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I have been a math tutor for five years. I also worked as a middle school math teacher in a high needs school for one year. I believe in the UPS - check method of solving problems. That is: U - Understand the problem - what is being asked P - Plan how you are going to solve the problem S - Solve the problem Check - Check your solution, particularly for reasonableness I believe in giving the students the background so that they can understand how and why certain solution methods work. This... [more]

Hi, I am Pey Mun. I am a first-year master's student in UT Austin. I earned my B.E. in Civil Engineering from National University of Singapore. From my experience as a student, I noticed the key to score well in an exam is do understand the topic and explore all type of questions that might be tested in the exam. In order to truly understand the topic, I can provide interesting and fun method that makes learning much easier. Besides that, I will dissect the topic and explain the different typ... [more]

I have tutored the GMAT for six years straight, both on the verbal section and on the quantitative section. I have transformed students into scholars for seven years straight. I have worked with students from 3rd grade level up until graduate level, spanning from elementary math and science courses to advanced calculus. My six years of not only being a tutor but also being a friend and mentor have helped me understand student's needs and best approach towards better comprehension of arduous student curriculum. If given the right tools and motivation, everyone has the power to excel, and that [more]

I'm a full-time GMAT/GRE/SAT/ACT instructor and tutor, and a former high school math/physics teacher. I'm an accomplished and dedicated educator with 10 years of experience who loves helping students excel! I earned a B.S. in Chemical Physics from the Rice University Honors Scholar program and won many national, competitive awards and scholarships in high school: Junior Science and Humanities Symposium ($20,000 scholarship), Intel Science Talent Search, Intel International Science and En... [more]

I was also instructor for the GMAT (along with the GRE) at Kaplan. The GMAT is slightly different format-wise and scoring-wise from the GRE, but the underlying concepts (or basic tricks) needed for mastering it are basically the same as that of the gre. I know the typical problems students run into with these exams so I know what to it takes to correct them. For the GMAT and GRE, timing is always crucial, so what I try to do is show my students the quickest way(s) to solve (or answer) problems, as well as techniques and strategies they can use if they're ever in a position where they're runnin [more]

Hi! Let me guess: you're getting ready to run the gauntlet of standardized tests, AP courses, and college applications that guard admission to the school of your dreams, and it feels like that dream where you walk into a class naked, without having studied, and with no number-2 pencil. We can beat that monster together. I'm a graduate of Wellesley College (undergrad) and Harvard University (masters), with an SAT of 760V/750M and a GRE score of 800V/770M (160/153 on the current scale). I hav... [more]

My name is Joyce and I tutor all level of mathematics from elementary school through college level calculus. I have tutored since I was a college student, and have taught college level mathematics for the local community college and UH for 15 years. Prior to going into teaching, I worked as an actuary for 15 years rising to the level of Vice President of an international insurance company. I have a graduate degree from Rice University in Probability and Statistics. But, I also love algebr... [more]

I have been teaching math since 1983 at both the high school and college levels. After I got my MBA, I started teaching business courses such as accounting, finance, and economics at a community college, but math, SPSS, and statistics are my favorites. Most of the students I work with are at the high school level or above, and many are enrolled in online courses for which there is little instructor-led support. I also do test prep for ACT and SAT. I am available evenings and weekends and ... [more]

Why do people need math tutoring? Anyone who knows arithmetic has demonstrated mathematical ability. They are capable of recognizing mathematical concepts, memorizing logical rules, and applying them in the correct context. These abilities should be sufficient to master everything from Algebra through Differential Equations. It's just a matter of time and effort. Admittedly, some areas of study, like Higher Math, may require additional skills. How could it be, though, that so many stud... [more]

I became a certified teacher 9 years ago when my sons started high school. My own sons struggled with math and I started tutoring them, their friend, the neighbor's children. I also teach high school math classes at HCC so I have a lot of experience teaching struggling math students. I love to teach students. I have a lot of experience teaching all high school math subjects at Bellaire HS and at HCC. My first high school math tutoring experiences were my sons and their friends all sit... [more]

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