...For each question I'll show you not just why the answer is correct, but how YOU can solve them for yourself in the future. Along the way I'll highlight the main strategy points you should keep in mind. I'll also give you additional exercises to work on to hone your skills. (read more)
...Often times, algebra is rushed through without the proper framework. With the right structure, it can definitely be learned. I have assisted many students in identifying any underlying deficiencies math fundamentals, which often make learning algebra more difficult than it should be. (read more)
...I love to share that perspective with my students as we establish ways to know and remember history. I also offer experience preparing students for the AP US History exam. Everyone can learn Calculus. (read more)
...I have also continued to pursue Yiddish through self-study. I have completed Ariel Weinreich's College Yiddish program; Rebecca Margolis's Basic Yiddish; Sheva Zucker's course program (all levels); Assimil's French-Yiddish study course, and many others. I played varsity volleyball in high school and in college, and coached students who were on a team composed of 7th-9th graders. (read more)
...There are six sections to the test. The first section contains two essays. The next five sections cover verbal ability (reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence) and quantitative ability (problem solving, quantitative comparison, and numeric entry).
GRE verbal part of the exam tests vocabulary primarily in context, and with extensive reading comprehension. (read more)