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You are only one step away from getting to where you want to be. I took the ASVAB in 2000. I scored a 93 and am here to help. Let's work together and get you on the path to reaching your dreams. Let's be honest...You are the captain of your ship. You have goals. Whether you realize them or not. Maybe your goal is to learn a foreign language. Maybe your goal is to simply pass a test. Maybe it's just to get through that dreaded Spanish/French class! Or maybe it's to get your child some confidence because you love them so much and you can't stand seeing them struggle anymore. Deep down, you know. [more]

I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help with more advanced college-level topics. My experience with advanced mathematics gives me insight into how different mathematical concepts are connected, which means that I can present these ideas in several different ways. So if one way of looking at a problem doesn't work for you, I can find others! I remember my o... [more]

I scored in the 90th percentile in every sub-test of the ASVAB and have tutored over 100 hours while in the military and since getting out. My particular expertise is on the Math Knowledge and Arithmetic Reasoning portion of the ASVAB, especially since I am now a certified math teacher. Greetings, I graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a degree in secondary education for mathematics. I have taken several upper level math courses that include: Calculus 1-3, Introduction to Proofs, Axiomatic Geometry, Precalculus, Algebra 1-2, Trigonometry, Geometry, linear algebra, abstract algebra, foundations [more]

One of the best parts of tutoring is helping individuals achieve their career goals in life. All too often entrance exams such as the ASVAB can become a stumbling block toward a career goal. So it is especially rewarding to help individuals prepare and conquer the challenge of this test. I work with students to help them comprehend specific subject matter which may present as a weakness, to help them formulate a study plan tailored to their needs and to help them foresee the twists and turns of questions in a standardized exam! [more]

My name is Ilia. My family came from Russia in 1998. During the course of my life in the US I have gained valuable experience in education and culture of this country. I am not only bi-lingual but I also consider myself bi-cultural, which enables me to understand people from many walks of life and look at them from different standpoints. In my years in Russia I received excellent education as I attended something of an equivalent of prep schools in the US. In high school I studied physics and... [more]

I was in the Army Reserves for 13 years and have been a certified teacher since 1972. I am able to help with the MATH PORTION OF THE ASVAB. My teaching and military experience will help you pass this part of the test. My experience with teaching & tutoring started in 1972. Teaching 5th grade was my first assignment & then I continued my degree in deaf education. I'm able to tutor individuals from 2 years old to adults. Subject & expertise areas would include expressive and receptive language skills at all levels; all subjects up to 8th grade; students with an IEP; ADD or ADHD. I have also [more]

My educational background is as follows: I finished my undergraduate degree from Amherst College, 1985; majored in economics with concentration in math. I have Master's degrees from MIT (Business administration) in 1987 and Rensselaer Hartford (Computer science and engineering) in 1992. I've also taken courses more recently in Psychology, Biology, and Medical Interpreting, so I know what it's like to be a student. I had a 28 year career in finance before retiring at the end of 2015. I w... [more]

I have tutored others in ASVAB prep by going over practice ASVAB problems in various areas which clients were deficient in. If we meet, I will prepare you for the test by isolating and improving your weak areas and making you feel confident about taking this test so that you can succeed. I'm an experienced high school teacher with over 20 years of experience in education. I've tutored all levels of math up through advanced multivariable calculus level (calculus 4). I'm certified and licensed by the state of MA to teach 5th-8th grade math, 8th-12th grade math, and 8th-12th grade physics. I e [more]

I am trained as an electrical engineer and was fortunate enough to spend a rewarding career in that field. I recently decided to change careers in order to teach science and math in high school. I have completed my teaching license program at UMass Boston and earned my M.Ed degree and a MA license to teach Physics and Math. My involvement in education has been prevalent throughout my engineering career through volunteering at local, regional and state level science fairs as a judge. My teac... [more]

What I do best is engage students one-on-one or in very small groups. The conscientious student will learn the material, and will learn to think critically about the material. Chances are that we will have a good time doing it. [That's really all I have to say, but the form I'm filling out requires a minimum of 250 words for some unexplained reason (no critical thinking allowed?) so I'm continuing to write, giving you some background and maybe insight into the process I'm going through t... [more]

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