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My name is Joe. I am a student at the University of Alabama (BS CHE and MBA) and tutor at the UA engenuity Lab. I enjoy helping students prepare for exams (ACT, CLEP) and like to explain things in laymen's terms for a more clear understanding. I'm laid back and give a lot of encouragement. I try to act more like a coach than a teacher in the sense that I will push you to use your book and internet resources before giving up on a problem. I have a year of experience working at the engenuity ... [more]

I specialize in standardized test-taking, PSAT, PSAT for National Merit Honors,ACT,New SAT, State Standard of Learning tests and GRE. With an MBA and M.S. in Information Technology from the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, I have tutored students for 5 years in admittance to highly selective colleges and high schools. I also received a M.S. from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. I have tutored in Essay Writing, Science, Math (Algebra, Statistics, Trigonometry). ... [more]

I have been an educator since 1989. I have worked as the Center Director and Director of Education for the Sylvan Learning Center in Columbus, as a middle school teacher for Muscogee County, as an elementary teacher for Cobb County and as a middle school teacher for Georgia Cyber Academy. I have tutored students individually since 2007. I specialize in teaching basic math, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and reading comprehension. I've also helped students (both children and adults) in test preparatio... [more]

I am a magna cum laude graduate of Samford University. I have been educating my own children for the last 20 years and have two children in college on scholarships. I am familiar with many different learning styles and tailoring a learning experience to the individual needs of the student. I have taught all subjects, including elementary Latin and advanced math. I especially have a passion for good writing and the importance of literature. I have a love for learning and it is my hope to see s... [more]

I'm currently a graduate student at the University of Alabama. I obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry in 2011 from Lawrence University, WI and worked at the DuPont Experimental Station in Delaware as an Associate Investigator. As a graduate student I teach a lab class every semester and also tutor one or two students during the course of the semester. During my undergraduate years, I was a course content tutor for Chemistry and worked for the Center of Teaching and Learning at my unive... [more]

I received a 35 overall (max 36) on the ACT, including a 36 on the Mathematics portion, as well as an 800 (max 800) on the SAT II - Mathematics. In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discre [more]

I have tutored many students at Western Connecticut State University in Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry to prepare for their exams. My students have demonstrate lots of confidence with plane and coordinate geometry. I know many strategies to help dominate the ACT Math section, such as process of elimination. I promise to make problem solving a breeze. I graduated with a BA in Chemistry (ACS Biochemistry option) from Western Connecticut State University. I worked as an Organic Synthesis Research Assistant for the Whitesides Research Group at Harvard University. I am currently in a combined [more]

I graduated from the University of Kentucky and I currently teach Pre-algebra and Algebra 1. I remember being a students and struggling in math, therefore I know where most students are coming from. I am great at explaining difficult concepts and making them easily understandable. Additionally, I also have my students work on ACT bell ringers everyday and that has helped my students familiarize themselves with the ACT test. I completed my Bachelors degree is secondary math education at the University of Kentucky. I teach Pre- algebra and Algebra 1. After graduating, I moved to Auburn to pursue [more]

I have been a middle school and high school math teacher in Muscogee County School District. At this present, I am teaching college and high school online courses. I am a mother of a 3rd and a 6th grader, so not only do I teach at higher level courses, I also have experience working with small children. I have a bachelor degree and certification in Mathematics education K4-12. I'm certified also to teach English Language Art K4-8, and special education general curriculum K-12. My graduat... [more]

I scored a 34 on the math portion of the ACT. I am an Architecture Student at Auburn University and specialize in math and English. I grew up in Birmingham, AL and went to a top 5 high school in the state of Alabama while gradutating Magna Cum Laud with a GPA of 4.13. I received a 34 on the ACT with a 34 in math, 35 in science, 33 in English, and 34 in reading. While in high school, I received As in multiple AP courses including AP Language, Literature, and Calculus. Last semester at Auburn University, I finished with As in World His... [more]

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