Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
Boston University School of Law (J.D.)
University of North Florida (Graduate Coursework)
I enjoy working with students for whom math has been a struggle and who are facing high stakes situations such as possible course failure, end of course tests and SAT/ACT math sections. I have tutored gifted and home schooled students. I am able to zero in on skills gaps. My students move forward at their own pace which, with my help, they are often pleasantly surprised to find is quite fast.
I have tutored Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and Pre Calculus as well as GED math.
I have worked successfully with Georgia's Integrated Math curriculum and am familiar with the new Common Core Mathematics Performance Standards. I enjoy working with students for whom math has been a struggle and who are facing high stakes situations such as possible course failure, end of course tests and SAT/ACT math sections. I
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I have been active as a volunteer college counselor for a wide range of colleges from most selective (Harvard, my college for which I interview applicants) to open enrollment. I am able to help students choose an appropriate set of college choices and guide the testing, essay writing and other components of the application. My SAT/ACT tutoring experience is helpful as well.