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Data based on 1 reviews.

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

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Chester T.
Class of 2021
Jan 18, 2020

His teaching style is very math-based. He relies on formulas always. So if math isn’t your strong suit, get used to it. Just watch out for his THINKING questions. They typically are outside the box question that usually catch students off-guard, and is most common reason students don’t get perfect on tests. What’s most entertaining is after the tests are done and he points out students mistakes in humorous ways to avoid them in the future.