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I have taken and passed New York Regents exams, possess a New York Regents Diploma, and have taught, tutored, and coached students taking New York Regents exams. I taught in private schools and tutored in New York for many years, and I still travel frequently to New York and maintain social, academic, and professional contacts in New York. Although these exams are not given in Vermont, they are given in New York, which shares a rural border with Vermont. Educator for more than twenty years; English major with significant graduate work in education and theology; several years' experience in d [more]

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I have taught three years of regents math courses: Algebra and Geometry. I have also taught summer school Algebra with 100% pass rate on the regents. The regents classes I've taught have been in NY. Vast experience with working with youth, as I began tutoring students K-12 14 years ago. After I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Education, I began my teaching career. I have worked in the middle school setting, as well as teaching high school mathematics. In addition to the public school experience, I have taught and tutored in the mathematics department of a state university. My [more]

I used to work for a corporate tutoring center and have spent many hours assisting students in preparing for Regents exams in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, biology, and chemistry. I typically give a practice test, choose some items from that test to study further, and help my students create their own study guides. I know a lot about resources for regents prep, and am happy to share my knowledge with my students. I love to help students learn. I used to work for a private tutoring company and have experience helping students with middle and high school level math and science classes. I al [more]

I am only familiar with the New York State Regents examination in English which has been administered to eleventh grade students. The test there has been pared down from a six-hour, two-day exam to one session of three hours. Finally NYS realized the previous decades of that test were overkill. The NYS Regents is a test of thinking, analyzing, and presenting in written format an evidence-based argument on a given topic about which they read three or four articles. I am a retired educator who has taught English for 27 years. Most of that time was having fun teaching English to middle school [more]

I have prior tutoring experience for the algebra II Regents exam. I have a copy of the most recent exam in 2017, for which I have step-by-step explanations of each problem on the test. I provide students with proven test-taking strategies such as back-solving, selecting numbers, and strategic guessing using logic. I am a graduate of Christopher Newport University with a magna cum laude B.A. degree in Mathematics. I have worked as a tutor in the CNU math lab and as an instructor in the Math Emporium at Thomas Nelson Community College. For over twenty years, I have helped numerous students impro [more]

The Integrated Algebra Regents goes over the topics of the algebra 1, statistics, probability, and the very basic geometry ideas of area and perimeter. The Geometry Regents goes over the topics of geometry (constructions, loci, triangle and circle proofs, and transformations). The Algebra 2/Trig Regents contains the topics of algebra 2, probability, statistics, and trigonometry. I have gone through the subject tests on all these different topics covered by the math regents, and have tutored these parts in the past for students through WyzAnt. These pieces come together as an entire regents r [more]

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