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Hello everyone!

So I've got a question. First, some background: I'm currently a high school math teacher and a mathematics education graduate student, and I've been tutoring students in math (Kindergarten through College level) for the past five years. I've also taken the GRE Math Subject Test, and my best score, which was on the September 2014 test, was a 900 (97th percentile). Anyway, I'm looking to see if I can actually start tutoring people (either locally or online with Skype or similar) who are looking to prepare for the Subject Test, since there isn't a whole ton of practice material out there and I think I could possibly be of some help to students who want increase their scores. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to go about this? (Of course if anyone on here might be interested as well, that would be great as well, and feel free to say so!)

Any suggestions will be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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My Website:

http://www.solidangl.es

My YouTube Course, "Introduction to Higher Mathematics":

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... UQBQ8TSWVX