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I am familiar with the ASVAB test battery. I took a similar test - the AQT-FAR - as an officer candidate. My best experience as a tutor was working with an 18 year old army recruit candidate whose ASVAB score qualified him for every possible MOS except linguistic cryptology. Are you not getting the grade you know you deserve? Are you struggling with a new concept or formula? Does the latest assignment just not make sense? If this is you, then I can help! Clients say that I am trustworthy, reliable, accomodating, punctual, eager to help, and kind, with a great sense of humor. My tutoring is d [more]

This can be an age where a lot of students either come to hate math or start to think it's kind of fun. I can tell you, if it's fun, the next many years of it will be a lot easier! I've worked with students of all ages. I spent 5 years working at the University of Washington in the Computer Science Department helping pre-majors with Math and Computer Science courses. Right now my focus is ages 12-20. For the moment, I volunteer at daVinci Arts Middle School in the Library. (I love book... [more]

For 20 years Michael was a software engineer and manager at Intel Corporation. He has Math and Computer Science degrees from the Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota. While at the University of Minnesota Mike worked in the General College math anxiety program, assisting students 1-on-1. For the past ten years, Mike has taught math, statistics and computer science at post-secondary schools, Portland Community College, and the University of Portland. STUDENT FEEDBACK: ?Thank you... [more]

In 1998, I started tutoring 3 young kids just to earn extra money as a high schooler, and by 2002, I was doing this as as a full time career with 20+ regular students. Who would have thought that tutoring would become my passion? Throughout all these years, I have taught kids as young as 4 years old to college students. I absolutely love that even when I tutor the exact same subject 20 times, each time is new and interesting because each student has a different personality, learning style, a... [more]

I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Teaching. Hi, I'm Brenda B. I've been helping students with their math skills for many years, in several different capacities: as a tutor (10+ years), a middle school teacher (2 years), a high school teacher (2 years), a community college instructor (6 years), and a university instructor (2 years). I work at a public university, teaching lower level math courses, which I love, and I also tutor part-time during summer break. I've done in-person tutoring and online tutoring, and have my own materials... [more]

Children's education is a parental responsibility. Most parents strive to gear their children so that they have the best chance for success in adulthood. This requires exposure of the student to numerous aspects of life including basic, core and elective education. Schools, teachers and tutors may be part of the solution, or they may be part of a problem. I am part of the solution. Teaching is a difficult and time-intensive profession. Teachers must not only understand the subject matt... [more]

The ASVAB is a standardized test, with some categories unique to this U.S. Armed Forces battery of subtests: Assembling Objects, Electronics Information, Mechanical Comprehension, and Automotive and Shop Information. The ASVAB is more than a qualification exam. It helps determine the MOS to which you are best suited. In these four specialized subject areas, your experience will help you more than individual study. For example, if you have interest in auto mechanics, you will probably have taken auto shop in high school. The same goes for Electronics Information: those who've tinkered around i [more]

Hello, thank you for viewing my profile. I have over five years of experience tutoring students of various ages and backgrounds; including middle, high school, college, and returning adult students. I have worked for tutoring agencies, colleges, and privately. I am comfortable tutoring students one on one, or in groups. I focus on subjects related to Math, Engineering, and Science. The subjects I tutor are SAT Math, ACT Math, GRE Math, Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalc... [more]

My background for the ASVAB test: -- Math: I have tutored students in algebra 1 2, geometry, trig. I taught Math 20 (decimals, fractions) and 65 (intemediate algebra) at PCC. -- Word knowledge: I have a large working vocabulary. -- Paragraph comprehension: I always did very well on this type of test. -- Electronics: I was an electronics technician in the Navy and have spent much of my life in this field, teaching it in tech schools. -- Mechanics, Shop Information, Auto Information: I've worked on my own cars and motorcycles extensively. -- Assembling Objects: This is Spatial Relations, and [more]

I have a PhD in Agronomy (statistics minor, biochem, plant science, engineering courses, advanced math also). I work well with youth, treating them with respect. I also have years of telephone tech support experience that involves explaining usage of complex graphics software to inexperienced users so I am good at presenting things at the level of my students' understanding. I have a PhD in Agronomy with minors in statistics and engineering. I had a 20 year career in scientific research and publication where I published many papers and reviewed colleagues papers and proposals. I have worked [more]

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