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Johns Hopkins University (Economics)
If you want to learn how to quickly attack your math problems on the SAT, GRE, or just in your math class, you'll want me.
I am a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Economics. As part of my education, I have developed a substantial math background that includes the typical college level engineering math courses (Calculus I, II, and III; Linear Algebra; Differential Equations). In addition, I have great deal of experience in Probability and Statistics.
More importantly, I was an official tutor with Johns Hopkins for over a year, and other tutoring experience on the side, especially with the SAT. In total, I have approximately 50 hours of tutoring experience, and have learned all the tricks of the trade. Math in particular is about learning which methods to use on a problem - learning how to quickly figure out what a problem is asking for, and the required methods for solution, is quite important on tests like the SAT.
While I specialize in math, economics, and standardized test tutoring, I also have a thorough understanding of the basic sciences, also learned at the college level, and would be happy to tutor in Physics, Chemistry, or Biology. If you want to learn how to quickly attack your math problems on the SAT, GRE, or just in your math class, you'll want me.
I am a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University in
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