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I am currently a 7th grade math teacher at a local charter school in Jersey, City NJ. I have been teaching for one year, but I was previously a permanent substitute. I have been tutoring math for three years and enjoy working with all age groups to lay the foundation for algebra, and strengthen basic algebraic skills. I originally went to college for Chemistry and Physics, which required a strong mathematics background. Following my B.A. I went to community college for a year to take math... [more]

I have a MA in Economics Rutgers, and a BA in Economics with Minors in Math and Physics overall GPA 3.75. I've been tutoring math for over 20 Years. I've tutored all levels from early childhood through Harvard Graduate School students. I am a mother of 3 (2 with learning disabilities), and active in my school community. I've worked with different learning styles and have connected higher level math to real world experiences in order to enhance the students' understanding. I'm willing to ... [more]

Recorded a perfect score on the ASVAB out of high school with no advance preparation. Recruiters at the busy Fort Dix were impressed with the record speed the test was taken with. With the training I have done since, I can easily and quickly upgrade your score by a significant percentage, by engaging you in my specialized course, boosting your critical thinking over short periods in order to achieve the superior results you deserve. Important for impressing your future NCO's and peers, it is also a very important factor in the job choices available to you in the military. Please consider me [more]

I have substantial experience tutoring students in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus. With this, I am able to help those who are aiming to pass the ASVAB math portions. I have a Master's in Economics, and I have taught Economics and Statistics courses to graduate and undergraduate students for many years. I also have a Bachelor's in Civil Engineering and may be able to tutor and do Standardized Test preparation in Math subjects such as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus. I recently took the Praxis II test on Mathematics Content Knowledge and received a Recogni [more]

Hi everyone! I have a 5 year experience working as a Pre Calculus tutor in a College setting. I've worked in groups and one on one. I am currently a professors assistant for two college pre calculus courses. During summer I taught an intensive workshop (CEAFE) to a group of 30 students in a College setting. I love tutoring Pre-Calculus because it never feels like work to me. ... [more]

I am a retiree so I am available to go to your home at an hour convenient to you. I am the best tutor you can find. My students do very well in a short time. I've had high school students come to me for help with math because they were failing, and after just a few lessons they start getting 100% on their tests and are full of confidence. I tutor by first determining what the student knows and is comfortable with, and building on that. I am very patient and considerate. You can't do b... [more]

I have prepared a student for the ASVAB. I focused on the math portion. He took the test and passed. I am currently pursuing a degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education at the College of Staten Island. I have tutored alegbra, geometry, and basic math the last two years. I have also prepared students for the ASVAB and TASC (GED) tests. I have taught a handful of GED math classes. I currently teach at the Staten Island Hebrew Academy. Their rigorous math program is Common Core aligned but heavily focuses on Singapore Math. For those of you who may not know Singapore Math is very pictoria.. [more]

I developed a deep passion for numbers and the art of using right methodologies and resources to teach. It was then natural for me to help my family and friends in their studies. In this journey, I later tutored at Bloomfield College?s Learning Center for years and graduated with Honors with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Mathematics. I am convinced that math goes beyond its general misconception. So, instead of students having to portray it as difficult and boring, I use my enthusias... [more]

Lessons for The Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test prep are conducted in two different ways: The first way is to raise a student's Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) percentile. This is accomplished by focusing on four of the nine sections that make up the AFQT score. The students are drilled on questions in: Arithmetic Reasoning (AR) Mathematics Knowledge (MK) Paragraph Comprehension (PC) Word Knowledge (WK) Students' lessons include questions in both math and reading because a majority of the points come from the PC and WK sections. The PC and WK sections make [more]

The ASVAB examination is known as the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery assessment. First, I try to increase a student's Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) percentile. I do this by primarily focusing on a few sections that make up that percentile. Next, I tutor my students in Arithmetic Reasoning, Mathematics Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, and Word Knowledge. My tutoring lessons are mostly made up of math and reading questions since these are the questions that garner the most points based on the exam's profile. [more]

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