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As a top-percentile ACT scorer, I have tutored the ACT for the Princeton Review, other large test prep companies, and in my own SAT/ACT business for many years. Many of my students score in the 90-95th percentile and above, with some even receiving perfect scores. I have consistently received strong recommendations from those that I tutor the ACT on. I prepare students for matriculation to the best universities/colleges/graduate programs and private middle/high schools possible. I am currently a long-time tutor for the Princeton Review, have taught at UCLA (TA), and have over 11+ years of priv [more]

Content of ACT is taken from students' high school math classes with problems that are more sophisticated than those in the textbooks. The key to scoring high on ACT is to have a thorough understanding of the math courses and apply students' knowledge to ACT. Quick reviews, prior to the test, can refresh students' memory on formulas needed for the test. Having strategies to approach test items, and knowing the format of the test are also helpful to the mastery of this test. I am a graduate of the University of Miami, Florida, achieving a B.S. and a M.S. degree, majoring in math. I have been tu [more]

I am a highly successful high school physics and earth science teacher and tutor since 1996. I have been certified to teach physics and earth science/geosciences in three states including California. Courses that I have taught include Conceptual Physics, General Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics (both Calculus and non-Calculus based), Advanced Topics in Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science/Geoscience, Meteorology, Oceanography, Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, Algebra II and Pre... [more]

ACT Math is a race against time. Students often tell me that they could do almost every problem on the test if the time limit didn't exist. Paradoxically, the time crunch can work in your favor. Almost everyone feels rushed, so ACT Math often has a lenient grading scale. If you increase your speed a little bit, your score will go up dramatically. Because the ACT is a standardized test, it has to use the same kinds of tricky questions over and over. After some practice, the test will seem more familiar, and you'll be able to work faster. Every ACT Math question is multiple-choice, and you ca [more]

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I graduated from UC Davis with a degree in chemistry and I have over 8 years of tutoring exprience, substituting teaching and working in a group setting at a learning center. I tutor adults and children of all ages. I developed a passion for science early on and want to help others get excited about learning and pursuing careers in STEM. I don?t believe in simply memorizing steps to the problem, therefore I begin with basic concepts to tackle the topic and build on that, as well as apply conc... [more]

I started tutoring Math & Physics when I was 17 and my first (free) students were my classmates. I have continued tutoring ever since because I kept getting students referring me and because I truly enjoy teaching. My work experience includes: Over 15 years of experience in private high-end tutoring, working with gifted children (but not exclusively). Teaching Assistant for Physics 8A/8B at UC Berkeley (2006-2008) Instructor for Introductory Physics at UC Berkeley Extension (2009 & current... [more]

I'm a UC Berkeley Engineering Graduate, currently employed as a professional engineer by the State of California. I can tutor math, physics, chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering. Also, I can assist students in test prep, particularly the math sections of all standardized tests, as well as AP and SAT subject tests in selected disciplines. Extensive experience tutoring at the high school level with Making Waves Education Program, and at the college level for the UC Berkeley ... [more]

I grew up a math whiz. Minored in Mathematics in college, earned a Master's degree in statistics. I have worked as an educator, test prep instructor, and an actuary, and I'm now back working as a math and statistics teacher and tutor. I have worked with all grade levels and ages. I enjoy helping students master a subject that they have struggled in, and help student gain confidence. A tutor can be the best way to help a struggling student fill in the gaps, and find different ways to learn the... [more]

I am a pharmacist that has background in training. I have been in charge of training individuals and groups. In College, I won the 'Drug Abuse Prevention Award" by talking to high school classes about drug abuse. My first love is teaching, and I have background in sciences and math. I have great communication skills and motivation skills. Great patience and understanding. My teaching technique involves positive re-enforcement coupled with teaching organizational, memorization, and note takin... [more]

In 1985, I left one career and began another. I moved from a clerical career to a teaching career. After one year in the Mills College graduate teacher training program I graduated and obtained my teaching credential. Following graduation I substitute taught in the West Contra Costa USD while applying for a teaching position in the Oakland USD. In August 1986, I obtained a bilingual Spanish teaching position and taught 2nd grade Hispanic students for four year and Hispanic English-only st... [more]

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