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Doing well on the ASVAB is all about having a fundamental yet confident understanding of Math, English, and Science. Doing practice ASVAB questions will only get you so far. What I offer is a basic assessment to gauge the level of understanding of each of the subjects so the proper starting point is realized so future learning is sustainable and long lasting. Hello, My name is Vincent and I have been working very hard over the last five years through Wyzant to help students of all ages and backgrounds increase their grades and subject IQ's and in general feel better about their capability t [more]

I have done tutoring for the ASVAB Math portions, which I would compare to the SAT, or the ACT without the Trigonometry, both of which I have also done tutoring. There are two math portions on this test: Arithmetic Reasoning and Mathematics Knowledge. The Arithmetic Reasoning portion contains word problems, while the Mathematics Knowledge portion contains algebra and geometry problems, which may or may not start off as a word problem. Currently, no calculator is allowed, so mental calculations, and tricks for simplifying are very useful. [more]

I am a mathematics and science (STEM) tutor for levels ranging from 4th to 12th grades. I am also an undergraduate and graduate engineering courses tutor as I have a Master of science diploma in engineering. I am also a test preparation tutor for the SAT?, SAT ? (calculus, physics, mechanics, electricity & magnetism only) Subject? tests, PSAT?/NMSQT?, ACT? (math/science only), the ACT? preparatory tests : ACT?-PLAN for 10th grades [mathematics, science and reading], ACT?-EXPLORE for 9th and ... [more]

The ASVAB exam is much like the SAT and ACT. I helped my daughter score high enough on the exam for a higher rank upon entering the Navy. I will teach or strengthen you in the basics using visuals, games, and drill. Hello! I enjoy tutoring and helping students achieve. I have taught at all levels - university, community college, and most recently (as a substitute teacher) in high, middle and elementary school. These experiences have given me the ability to adjust my teaching methods and approach to specific needs of each age group and skill level. My Approach to Tutoring: My ACT, SAT and [more]

I am a current math and physics teacher and a part-time college professor. I consider myself an expert in what I teach and tutor and care that my students achieve success. As I tutor I also counsel my students on their education choices. My experience in tutoring started since I was in high school where I was peer tutoring my closest friends. We were studying in groups but I was the group leader in explaining the concepts when they did not get them. I was a great help to them to achieve succe... [more]

I have Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from California State University. As a high school math teacher, I have taught PreAlgebra, Algebra One, Geometry, Algebra Two, and PreCalculus. Also, I have tutored students on the ACT Math portion: they always get at least 32 or better on the Math portion. Some of my person received 36 on the math portion. Also, I have tutored students for the ASVAB which is asking questions about Math, Algebra One & Two, and Geometry. I am a High School Math Teacher. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Math from Califoria State University, Northridge, California. I [more]

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