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Although I was a meteorologist for 40 years I always loved math more than anything and always wanted to teach students who found math a challenge or difficult.
I have had almost 5 years of experience tutoring math including algebra, geometry, trig, SAT Math and GED math. I have helped students understand and have found it more rewarding than my career. Although I was a meteorologist for 40 years I always loved math more than anything and always wanted to teach students who found math a challenge or difficult.
I have had almost 5 years of experience tutoring math including algebra, geometry, trig, SAT Math and GED math. I have helped students understand and have found it more
Dave is very patient and knowledgeable. My daughter said that she learned more in one hour with Dave then she has since September. Dave is a great tutor and would highly recommend.
David is an excellent teacher for all of the above reasons. Paige really enjoys working with him. It has helped her keep up with her weekly homework. Also, David is very flexible with time and this is helpful for a busy family life.
David is a very supportive and keen tutor. He jumped right in to help , has a very flexible schedule and was very effective at explaining the key concepts. Would highly recommend him.
David was able to come down the same day I requested a lesson even thogh it was extremely last minute to help my son study for a test the next day.
David was a great help to my son again this year. He's very easy to contact and schedule sessions which made it very easy for me. He's knowledgeable, patient, and truly cares that he is providing my child with the necessary tools needed to succeed. We will most definitely be contacting David in the future to help my daughter next!
David clearly loves math and inspired my son to find the fun in his work. He is very patient and keeps the positive feedback flowing. My son had a few lessons this summer to gear up for 7th grade pre-algebra and geometry. He is looking forward to the new school year and can hit the ground running thanks to David's expertise. I would recommend him highly.
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Algebra was a very fun subject for me in high school. I believe I can teach it in a way to make it very understandable and fun at the same time. I have tutored it once recently with my student passing the regents. I am retired from a 40 year career in meteorology but math is my passion!
I have tutored GED math as a volunteer once a week for the past two years. I really enjoy teaching the building blocks which include elementary math. I have created some sheets that help students understand some very basic but very important rules.
Geometry is the subject that I have had the most experience tutoring and I love teaching it. I have had three students over the past two years, all of whom have passed the regents (one just this past June). Geometry stands alone in many ways but is also very interrelated with algebra which I also have an excellent knowledge of.
I have tutored this level of math as a volunteer once a week for the past three years. I have created some sheets that help students understand some very important rules.
Recently I worked over the phone with a student going over numerous SAT math questions. This process went very well. I have an excellent understanding of this level of math. I taught using a copy of The Official SAT Study Guide 2nd Edition by CollegeBoard.
I found trig to be the purest form of high school math. I loved it as a kid and had almost a perfect year when I took the subject. I scored 100% on the regents exam with quarterly grades of 98 or 99 all quarters. Although that was in 1965-66 I still have a complete understanding of trig and believe that I could make most students understand how it works.