...A typical advanced precalculus course might include modules dealing with set theory, number systems, functions, logarithms, trigonometry, conics, series, vectors, matrices, permutations/combinations, parametric equations, polar coordinates, induction, and limits, but there can be huge differences... (read more)
...I will use them to thoroughly prepare for each session.
3. Come prepared, with all of the work assigned from the previous session done exactly as instructed. If this is what you are looking for, let's chat!My undergrad major was in the life sciences at UCLA, and right now I am a PhD student in Harvard's neuroscience doctoral program. (read more)
...So what makes it so challenging? Well, many students may have seen the math, but that doesn’t mean they remember it all. Part of my approach is to use practice tests and other tools to identify those weak areas that each student brings to the test. (read more)
...Some students miss out on learning in school because they have their own troubles at home in life, or with specific teachers or teaching styles. And some subjects - such as Evolution - are simply not taught in all school systems. I use diagnostic probes to explore students' mathematical thinking and help to shore up their knowledge gaps. (read more)
I am an experienced, licensed math teacher in Massachusetts who enjoys helping students of all ages to achieve great results! I graduated in 1999 from MIT with a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most recently, I completed my Master of Education degree at Harvard University. (read more)