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I have tutored for many years. My goal is to break any subject into pieces a student is able to digest. I believe in having fun in what I do and I hope the student will have fun while learning. Let us face it - most math teachers try to make the subject harder than it is. Mathematics has plenty of patterns. My goal is to help the student find the pattern easy for him/her and this will give the student an advantage in later studies. I am a relaxed person, but I have an excitement for M... [more]

Looking for extra help with college / high school math or physics, or college computer science? Perhaps that AP Calculus exam is looking like a challenge, or your son or daughter would like to improve their SAT scores? I have helped a number of local students make sense of math or physics...check out my reviews and ratings. It's so great when I hear my students tell me they got an A on a big test, a 5 on an AP exam, a 1440 on their SAT, or they passed that hard mandatory class for their m... [more]

I am a Physics student at ODU looking to help those those who need a assistance or deeper understanding in math. I have 3+ years of tutoring experience and I am currently employed at ODU as a Math tutor and Supplemental Instruction Leader. I specialize in math courses, with the exception of statistics, but I am also proficient in English and am able to give full preparation for SAT's or Math and English SOL's. I personally enjoy tutoring and helping others love math. I am also a dancer and ca... [more]

Hi, there! I'm Robert, and I'm a Tidewater Community College Engineering alumni, currently pursuing dual degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering! I love teaching and tutoring, not only for the satisfaction of seeing my students succeed, but also in learning how my students approach problems and think about them. With more than 4 years of official tutoring experience in the community college system, as well as numerous free-lance tutoring jobs, I've worked with a variety of students; hig... [more]

The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute test designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade. The test presents multiple-choice questions that require you to use reasoning skills to solve practical problems in mathematics. You need knowledge of basic formulas and computational skills to answer the problems, but you aren't required to know complex formulas and perform extensive computation. Don't struggle through or "just get by" another school year or college semester. Together we can take your skills to the [more]

Hello! I am a Georgia Tech college graduate looking to help YOU with your math skills. I have a deep love for math and teaching others how easy math can be. As a Georgia Tech graduate I have taken several courses in higher mathematics - Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Probability, but really enjoy teaching lower levels of math. I enjoy working with kids from elementary to high school students and above and really helping my students learn how to grasp different math concepts with eas... [more]

I have been teaching ACT/SAT Math as well as all ACT subjects for 4 years. Most of my students have done quite well during the years. I have had over 7 years of tutoring experience. Ever since I have been a college student, I have had a passion for interacting and mentoring younger students, aspiring to succeed in his/her career in high school, college and beyond. I am equipped to tutor in all elementary to high school level math, English, SAT/ACT/AP/IB preparatory, biology, physics and even the piano. My goal for the students I work with centrally involves building confidence, interest in pr [more]

The ACT tests, for most colleges, are accepted as much as the SAT. The advantage of taking the ACT is that, in general, it is easier to do well on than the ACT because the emphasis is more on math knowledge than on problem-solving It is said that one only needs the math up through the 9th grade to think about and compute problems on the ACT. The SAT is harder because it tests the student on how well he or she can apply math knowledge to solve unique problems and situations. The ACT has some of the same questions, but, in general, ACT questions are more direct, testing the student on math c [more]

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