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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]

*Please note I have amended my rates & policies for cancellations and lateness... Lateness Fee: $10 per 15 minutes Cancellation Fee: Full Rate charge The Cancellation or Lateness Fee does not apply if I am told within 12 hours of session. My tutoring experience includes: * AutoCAD with high school and college students. * Basic Mathematics with multiple students ranging from 6th to 8th grade. * Algebra 1 with a 9th grade student. * Geometry with a 10th grade student. * Microsoft Excel... [more]

Passion and patience are what drive me to help students achieve their goals. I work as a teacher at a prestigious private high school in New York City and enjoy helping students reach the pinnacle of their ability in math and physics. I have a B.S. in physics from the California Institute of Technology and a M.A. in mathematics education from Bard College. I am also a certified teacher in 7-12 Mathematics and I have over 7 years experience tutoring and teaching. I specialize in helping high s... [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]

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]

Although, I have not taken the ASVAB, I have taken the GRE and ASTB tests. These are standardized tests that use many of the same testing procedures and skills that the ASVAB requires. One of my ASVAB tutor students improved his ASVAB Math score by a few points after several tutoring sessions. An ASTB tutor student reported their scores improved as well in all of the score areas OAR, AQR, FOFAR, PFAR. I have a great esteem for people desiring to serve this country in the military so I would offer a military discount upon the student's request. [more]

I have tutored 15 students in a similar test for over 10 years. Most of them have passed the test successfully with high scores in the math portion. My love of teaching comes from a life long love of learning. As a graduate from a Russian University, I know that hard work and dedication can pay off. As one of the best math teacher in my country, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students, from high schools and colleges, realize their own potential and see their grades and test scores improve. I still remember my excitement when my algebra tutee received his first A on a quiz. [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]

I am a recent Rutgers University graduate with a degree in biological sciences with a minor in Psychology. During my undergraduate coursework I have excelled in courses pertaining to but not limited to: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology and Calculus. In addition to college-level coursework I am also qualified to tutor for Standardized Tests. I have scored in the 95th percentile for the SAT and in the 91st percentile for the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test), as such I have strong fo... [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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