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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]

For more than 20 years, it has been my pleasure to help students embrace the beauty and power of language. As a certified teacher, I have taught grades 7-12. I currently teach college courses in composition and literature. However, my greatest joy comes from working one-on-one with students. I specialize in tutoring all areas of English Language Arts. Over the years, I've discovered that students fear grammar because they don't understand the logic behind it. I understand the mysteries of gr... [more]

ASVAB candidates are assisted in preparing for a variety of test subject matter, including: a. They increase their science skills (particularly chemistry and physics). b. They master rules, definitions and principles of math; and math problem solving techniques. c. Students master word usage, and understanding/interpreting paragraphs. d. And Much More! :) I am a certified tutor for small children, teenagers and adults in a variety of subjects. I started tutoring while I was a student at the University of Michigan (Ann-Arbor). I tutor: all K-8 math, algebra I and II (Honors), geometry (Hon [more]

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I am skilled at preparing you and helping you, so you pass the ASVAB test at once. I speak in clear and simple terms and in a friendly manner, so you quickly become comfortable with me and grasp the subject matter. My method is simple, by watching you answer typical test questions and identifying where you need help,I am able to focus on, and practice the types of problems for which you need help. You will see that, with some guided practice, you will be able to solve the ASVAB questions easily and accurately...and you will be prepared to pass the test. [more]

I graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and a minor in Communications. I have subbed for several years and have also tutored many Middle School, High School and College students with Math. I enjoy the one-on-one interaction with the students.... [more]

Test preparation can be a stressful and intimidating ordeal! I strive to make it as painless as possible for my students, while still preparing them to succeed. I cover major concepts with my students, and then we work on sample problems or questions together. Once I see where my student is struggling, I provide additional instruction and practice in those areas. Students preparing for the ASVAB often struggle with math, vocabulary, reading, and grammar/punctuation, so those are the areas on which I focus. If a student wishes to concentrate only on one subject (math, for example) then we w [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 have twelve years of experience in teaching math and science and I adapt quickly to various personal learning styles. I try to address the issues under the questions as much as the questions themselves. You can expect me to make recommendations on websites, apps, and podcasts that I think might benefit you. I know that I learn best when the information is structured so I try to do that for other people when I teach. I entered the chemistry teaching field after earning a bachelor's degree in Genetics from the University of California, Davis and served a farming community near Vandenberg Air [more]

I am a Teacher in grades K-5. I currently teach students who are struggling in reading, writing and math. I tutor students who need one-on-one time to develop their reading skills. I also tutor students from elementary math to Algebra, who are looking to develop new math skills and increase their overall understanding of math concepts. In addition, I tutor students looking to increase their AFQT score for the ASVAB. I have worked with students with special needs as well as talented and g... [more]

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