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ASVAB math poses a big challenge to many. But all that it takes to ace the test is a little preparation. Just learn the formulas well and then have a good practice. The topics that must not be missed are the following: Priority rules for operations in algebra. Circumference and area of a circle. Exponents, fractions and factorials. Inequalities and how the inequality sign changes on multiplication by (-1). Simple interest. Different kinds of numbers like imaginary numbers, prime numbers etc. Patterns and sequences. Rules for rounding. The review of one of my students is as below: Sushanta is [more]

I planned to join the Army National Guard 4 years ago and prepared to take this test. I not only studied the subject matter, but how the test is scored to be as successful as I could be. As stated below, your future in the military is dependent on how you score on this test. I scored 98 out 99 on this exam and I can help you. However, it does take time and preparation! Let me help you start today! Hello. My name is Ben and I've been married for 21 years. We have 3 children (19, 16 and 11) who are all very well-rounded with school and other activities. I believe that staying active and par [more]

I tutor only the Arithmetic Reasoning and Mathematical Knowledge portions of the exam. I am intimately familiar with the content of these sections of the exam and focus students on developing and sharpening the skills required for that content. Most of the work is within the Pre-Algebra subject matter heading, though mastery of Algebra I concepts and techniques is also required to earn high level scores in these two sections of the exam. Over the past seven years I've worked with hundreds of students in math and statistics courses. Subject matter ranges from Pre-Algebra through Calculus, Intro [more]

I have a master's degree in biology. My focus in graduate school was plant research, Electron Microscopy, and education. In addition, I have worked as a computer programmer, university botany instructor, freelance photojournalist, veterinarian assistant, and sous chef. Currently, I am a 49-year-old writer and artist with a love for equations.... [more]

I am an expert in personalized tutoring and consulting to meet the needs of every student, every family, and every organization. I am a teacher who cares even more about building motivation than I do about improving grades. I attended two world-class universities and have taught in college and high school and in the corporate classroom. Wherever you are - from middle school to college bound to university students and beyond - you can rely on me for your class support tutoring, special ... [more]

I have been tutoring and teaching secondary level mathematics for 7 years. I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from UCLA and a master's degree in math education from CSULA. Currently I teach math full time and offer tutoring in the afternoons. Students and colleagues frequently tell me that my presence and attitude toward the subject of mathematics is calming. I wasn't always good at math so I know how frustrating the subject can be. I believe in my students and I think that with the... [more]

My name is David U., but many just know me as Dave the Math Tutor. I've been a professional math tutor for over 30 years, and I can help you make sense of anything mathematical, from elementary arithmetic to pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, statistics, probability, number theory, and more, including test prep for tests like the ACT, SAT, CBEST, CSET, GMAT, and GRE. With me you can learn to master the basics, then b... [more]

I enjoy teaching and working with students of all ages. I feel that my tutoring sessions should provide more than support with subject material. Students will build confidence in their learning as well as a greater desire to excel when working with me. I have many years of experience teaching in public and private schools as well as working with students individually. I enjoy students of all backgrounds and nationalities. While living in Ohio I encouraged many students who were learning E... [more]

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