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The ACT math test requires you to answer 60 questions in 60 minutes or less. To be successful you need both math knowledge and reasoning skills. This can be much easier if you: master a few testing strategies; have the ability to recognize a dozen common types of problems given on every ACT; and are comfortable with basic algebra and geometry concepts. I focus on these three areas in each tutoring session I deliver. I am a former business school professor with a PhD in management science and additional degrees in mathematics and computer science. I provide personal tutoring to students from m [more]

Hello, My name is Lauryn and I am a recent graduate from Oklahoma State University. I graduated with a degree in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in mathematics and psychology - a strange combination, but a fun one. I love math, but, even more importantly, love helping others develop a better understanding of mathematics. Given the right approach and the proper encouragement, I thoroughly believe that anyone can excel in the subject of math and even develop a love for it. As part of my educa... [more]

My minor from Texas A&M University (1991, Cum Laude) is in Accounting. I love working with numbers! As Valedictorian of my high school class, I excelled in math, receiving A's in every math class through Calculus. I have tutored in ACT Math, as well as arithmetic through Algebra 1, and I have helped students with strategies to score more points. You might point out to me that the ACT has lots of Geometry, but that's OK, because, though I detest proofs, I love working with angles and triangles and other shapes to solve problems. Since the ACT Math section requires solving 60 problems in 60 m [more]

Areas of Expertise: Statistics (for individual nurses and groups of nurses, college, high school, and master's level students) Research methods and clinical research methods Math (elementary through university, particularly pre-algebra, algebra, and stats) Standardized testing and beginner, intermediate, and advanced test taking skills (STAAR, MCAT, GRE, EOC, ACT, SAT, Gifted and Talented Test Prep, CogAT, ITBS, ISEE *Some of my students have scored as high as the 99% percentiles after workin... [more]

The Math section of the ACT Exam is extremely complex, as it involves material from multiple different math subject areas. I focus my ACT Math lessons on two things: 1) completing the problems on the page and ensuring an understanding of necessary steps to complete for each type of problem. 2) rebuilding essential fundamental skills that make up the problems, ensuring students have all necessary skill sets to execute more complicated problems Developing fundamental and advanced skill sets for execution of the ACT leads to improved test scores, as well as a more comprehensive understanding [more]

I have ACT math resources which can be used from the very onset to diagnose students' particular strengths and weaknesses. Skill building strategies can then be modeled and implemented to bring students to higher levels of achievement. **NOW SEEKING HS MATH AND PAP/AP CHEM AND COLLEGE GEN/O-CHEM STUDENTS IN PLANO/RICHARDSON/ALLEN/FRISCO/N. DALLAS/UTD/SMU/DCCCD-COLLIN COLLEGES** Hi, I'm Dr. Bruce, a consistent team player who builds strong mutual trust relationships with HS Geometry-Algebra 1 and 2-Precalculus/PAP-AP-IB Chemistry; college-level Math, Intro and General 1+2 and Organic 1+2 C [more]

For five years, I have successfully tutored in a region where, traditionally, the ACT was the main college admissions test accepted by universities. I have guided many students to improving their scores by significant margins in a relatively short period of time, thereby increasing the likelihood of gaining admission to a college of their choice. I offer clear explanations tailored to the learner. I enjoy demonstrating the process of building the relevant concepts at hand, so that the learner is guided as if by an usher, shedding light to the path ahead through the aisles of a dark auditorium [more]

Prevent summer "brain drain"! Help your child get a head start on 2014-2015 school year by previewing their next math class. Their math skills will be challenged as they first review the math from the class they took in 2013-2014 that they will need for the upcoming school year. We will then preview the new material that they will be required to master in their next class. I use the step approach so the students have a road map for where they are going and how to get there as the journey... [more]

My students take their success all the way to Ivy League colleges, scholarships, and medical schools! As one of the nation's top 1-3% scorers in the SAT, MCAT, ACS-GCE, a cum laude graduate in mathematics and physics, a former Google Networks quant analyst, and a medical student, I know what it takes to turn academic success into tangible results. I LOVE science and math, and have a decade of experience helping students succeed. I've taught math and science as a private school teacher and tut... [more]

I graduated from Colorado State University in May 2000 with MS in computer science and in May 2004 with a PhD in mathematics. I have taught mathematics and computer science at Colorado State University and Emory University. The courses I have taught include pre-calculus, calculus 1-3, business calculus, AP calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, discrete mathematics, Java programming, algorithms and data structures, college algebra, etc. I have been an AP reader of Computer Science ... [more]

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