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I have received above the 90th percentile in both the ACT and GRE math sections. I minored in math in undergraduate school and majored in economics in both undergraduate and graduate school, which is a subject which requires high levels of mathematics skills. I am a former University of Kentucky student who has recently moved back to Lexington from the Nashville area. I am so excited to be back in the city and state that I love! I have over 1500 total hours of tutoring experience over the past 10 years and would love to help you conquer your math and economics fears! In addition to 3 years of [more]

During the last 20 years I have been a classroom teacher in all testable portions of both the SAT and ACT examinations. Pre-Algebra. Questions in this content area are based on basic operations using whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and integers; place value; square roots and approximations; the concept of exponents; scientific notation; factors; ratio, proportion, and percent; linear equations in one variable; absolute value and ordering numbers by value; elementary counting techniques and simple probability; data collection, representation, and interpretation; and understanding simple de [more]

I scored 35 on ACT Math, October 2009. You can considerably improve your ACT Math score by having a solid grasp on the fundamental rules of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. First off, a bit about me: I was born in Bulgaria but have lived here in Lexington over fifteen years. I attended Julius Marks Elementary, Winburn Middle, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where I also graduated from MSTC (the Math, Science and Technology Center). I'm currently a Computer Science Major and Math Minor at the University of Kentucky's School of Engineering, expecting to graduate December 2018 with a 3. [more]

Hello students and parents! My name is Lydia, and I am a graduate Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at Seton Hill. I am currently working as a physician in Miami! I also hold a masters in medical education, and a bachelor's degree in biology. I enjoy teaching, and have held several jobs as a peer tutor and as a teaching assistant. As an avid reader, I delight in sharing my love of the English language with students. I also have tutored in Introductory Biology, Molecular Biology, Integ... [more]

Hello, I am a UK student majoring in Mathematics. I am early in the phase of major studies, but have been asked by classmates in college Algebra to tutor them. My tutoring students have been very pleased with the attention that I provided. They were able to accomplish what they thought was not possible at the start. I really enjoy working with those who say that they dislike math. I have a very patient approach. I enjoy working one-on-one with students, giving them the attention that is nee... [more]

My name is Nate. I am a Junior at the University of Kentucky and I am majoring in middle school math and science education. I currently am enrolled in 18 hours and have a 4.0 GPA, two of my classes are elementary and geometry mathematics for teachers. I have had some experience in tutoring, and really love the opportunity to teach and help others learn on a personal level. Something I think is important about my tutoring style is that I cater my tutoring to each student's learning style. This... [more]

I achieved a 35 on the math section of the ACT, and went on to get degrees in Mathematics and Secondary Education. I also taught an ACT prep course at the Upward Bound summer camp at Berea College. Hello! My name is Ben S., and there is nothing I love more than helping people learn math. I have a MA in Secondary Education from UK and a BA in Mathematics from a liberal arts college. I always make sure my students are comfortable with things they don't know. I encourage them to ask questions, I am always patient when they don't understand something, and I help them be patient with themselves. [more]

I completed my undergraduate work in Secondary Education (Michigan Provisional Certificate) with a double-major in English and Mathematics and did my student teaching in Michigan in both subjects. I returned to school to complete a Masters of Fine Arts in English: Creative Writing (Poetry) from The University of Alabama where I taught full-time for several years and received multiple department and university commendations for my teaching. In 2004, I received the Maureen Egan Writer's Excha... [more]

While test prep can be a stressful time for all involved, my method of breaking every problem down into its simplest parts that can be understood one at a time takes a lot of pressure off of the student. In addition to helping the student master that math concepts tested on the ACT, we can work together on practice tests to make sure the student is a comfortable as possible with the process once test time rolls around. In high school I received a 33 on the ACT on my first try. Hello students and parents! My name is Kody and although I specialize in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathema [more]

I have studied in three different counties and have seen many different ways of explaining math to high school students. One thing that is similar across the systems is that you get better in math the more you practice different questions. I graduated in May of 2015 with honors from Earlham College with degrees in Biochemistry and Politics. Currently, I work at University of Kentucky, at Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center. I am exposed to science on daily basis, and therefore believe I can be a great inspiration and motivation for students who struggle. I was Teaching Assistant fo [more]

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