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Boston University School of Management (Business Admin)
I am a full time Mathematics and Life Skills teacher at the Department of Youth Services, right here in Boston. I've taught SAT Math and English as a Classroom Teacher/Private 1-1 Tutor for The Princeton Review for several years, hold a Massachusetts Teaching License for Middle School Mathematics, and teach chess part time for Chess Wizards.
I specialize in SAT/ACT Test Prep, Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Data Interpretation, as well as the building blocks of math such as Properties of Numbers and Arithmetic. I've taught these concepts to dozens of students over the years and believe every child can succeed given the right approach.
My teaching style is focused on tailoring the lesson to the individual needs of your child. I make learning fun and enjoyable, so class is something the students will look forward to and be excited about!
I've loved math since I was a kid - I think it's one of the most important subjects to excel at because it's applicable in everyday life. Which cell phone plan to choose, how much money to save every month, and how to calculate your gas mileage are all just math problems. I will not only help your child with school work and test preparation, but will also show how the math concepts learned in school can be applied outside of the classroom.
If you are looking for a professional, tenured, and fun tutor to help your child with math, please contact me. I look forward to working with you! Hello :)
I am a full time Mathematics and Life Skills teacher at the Department of Youth Services, right here in Boston. I've taught SAT Math and English
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