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My Experience being a MATHCOUNTS Coach

I had been meaning to write a long post detailing my experience coaching a bunch of middle schoolers for MATHCOUNTS competition at Peterson Middle School last year (2008-2009) but somehow could never find the time. Fortunately, a chance to share my experience at the upcoming GATE parents meeting at Santa Clara Unified School District office gave me the perfect excuse to prepare a slidedeck and slideshare.net lets me embed it right here. I only hope the parents coming to the meeting and listening to the talk don't see this before the meeting.

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Thank you for posting the slideshare deck and providing valuable exposure for MathCounts. If any reader has an interest in volunteering and giving back to the community, we are always looking for volunteers.

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