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I received a 36 on the ACT math section. I understand that the math section on standardized tests can be challenging and scary for many students. I have worked with many high schoolers in the past when I tutored at Kumon, and have tutored various math courses during my undergraduate career at the University of Notre Dame. My goal is to help my students learn and understand the math concepts necessary to obtain their target scores. Currently, I am a medical student at the University of Toledo. I did my undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame. During undergrad, I tutored students in organi [more]

The essence of my teaching philosophy is to engage each and every student so that each ultimately attains a solid understanding of the course material. I strive to have every student develop the analytical and quantitative skills required to become successful practitioners of the subject matter taught. A key aspect of my teaching style is to clearly bridge from one concept to another while stressing connections between concepts and how a given concept embeds in a broader context. I also li... [more]

I have tutored a variety of K-12 topics such as prealgebra, algebra, and geometry for several years. I have tutored math for the ACT for the last several months, and can help with both strategy and content review. I use a variety of methods and approaches to evaluate which question types students are struggling with. I also provide a comprehensive review of math topics that are likely to be covered on the exam. *FREE CONSULTATION* I encourage all interested students and parents to schedule a free 20-minute phone consultation regarding my tutoring services. I develop individualized tutoring a [more]

My best official ACT math score was a 36 on a test in which I scored a 35 composite. I have taken the test only twice, the first of which I scored a 33 composite. I understand very well exactly what the ACT math section tests on and what is needed to perform well on the test. I also have many ACT resources I would love to share with students to help them prepare. I received a B.S.E. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan's College of Engineering and currently work as a software developer for a trading company in Chicago. Throughout the past 5 years I have tutored many students in [more]

ACT prep is one of the subjects that I teach at my current permanent job. I will expose you to all the Techniques and Strategies to help you improve your scores to and above the college readiness score level. I will show you all methods to help you work fast and be accurate during the test. I am an expert in using the Graphing Calculator to help you guarantee accurate answers. I will expose you to a host of FREE ACT self-practice websites. I have it all. Just try me. You will not be disappointed. [more]

Hello all potential tutees (and parents)! First off, thank you for your consideration. It means a lot to a graduate student trying to pay for finances. I understand that you are paying me for my best work and that's what you will receive. Listed below are my experiences as a teacher or tutor: - Starting freshmen year of high school, I began tutoring middle school students who were behind their in classes. That was probably one of the best experiences of my life. I learned that everyone unde... [more]

Hello, my name is Morgan and I want to help you be successful in your math or physics class. I currently teach physics at Washtenaw Community College. Before that I spent over 5 months teaching middle school math and Algebra at Detroit Leadership Academy and before that I received my MS in Applied Physics from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. I've always loved learning and that has transformed into a love of teaching and tutoring over the past 12 years. In addition to my time spent te... [more]

I am a person who has always been passionate about learning. As a student of Mechanical Engineering, I focused on understanding concepts rather than memorization, an approach that led to academic success. I carried this approach to my position as a Teaching Assistant at UC Berkeley, where I taught introductory engineering courses for three semesters. In both discussion section and in office hours, I would strive to ensure that my students understood the reasons behind the engineering formulas... [more]

Hi! I am very excited for the opportunity to tutor you or your child! I recently externed at an outpatient center where my primary role was to evaluate and assess children and adolescents for learning disabilities, ADHD, mood disorders, neurological conditions, and developmental disorders. However, I also love working with adults! I taught psychology courses and study skills courses at the college/university level. Prior to becoming a professor, I was a tutor at my university where I helped ... [more]

The key is to success in ACT Math is to get the student confident and comfortable with the format and the type of logic/strategy needed to answer the questions. Sometimes students know the concepts, but don't understand what is being asked of them in each problem. Others get nervous because they only get 1 minute for each question--there are 60 questions that must be answered in 60 minutes. My job will be to get her/him past the concern of time and content being asked in each problem. To do this, I teach efficient subject sessions, and follow those with practice problems, homework, an [more]

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