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I've taught the GMAT and LSAT for two decades. You won't find another tutor who can match my experience. If you're taking your preparation as seriously as you should for this important test, don't settle for less than the best. I have not just the knowledge of the subject matter, but what's much more important, the know-how that comes from years of teaching experience of how to communicate that knowledge to you, so that it works for you. But you don't need to take my word for it. I offer... [more]

Seeing a student succeed is the best part about being a tutor. I have helped many students earn higher grades and better test scores than they ever thought possible. My method of teaching is geared towards complete comprehension and mastery of a topic; I will ensure that your student can work out test problems and employ critical thinking skills on their own. Every student has the potential to succeed in any subject; I am only here to fill in the gaps of knowledge and show them that learning ... [more]

I graduated with honors in Biochemistry with a minor in Rhetoric and Astronomy at the University of Maryland, College Park and am a recognized member of the American Chemical Society (Department of Chemical Education). My strengths are in biochemistry, but I have produced, and was awarded, an honors citation thesis in the fields of Solid State Chemistry and Condensed Matter Physics (superconductors and the like). In college I have tutored for undergraduate courses and have been a teaching as... [more]

Hi there! You can call me Reza. If your goal is to pass a standardized test with flying colors and if you have high ambitions to get into your dream undergrad or grad school, I'm the guy with the key! I have been a teacher, a tutor, a professor, a test maker, and an examiner since 1994, 25 years. I have a PhD in Education (Curriculum Development and Instructional Methodologies), a Master's in Computer Science, a Bachelor's in English Literature, and a Bachelor's in Computer Engineering. I'm a... [more]

I am a retired university professor, and I have thirty years of experience teaching math and science at the college level. This includes courses in basic calculus, introductory physics, numerical methods, quantum theory of molecules and solids, and computational physics. I also have experience in tutoring in high school math and science, including SAT and AP preparation. I have a B.A. in mathematics and a Ph.D. in theoretical physics.... [more]

I have been teaching high school math for 13 years, and I am authorized to teach mathematics through Calculus. I have taught Algebra 2, Geometry, Algebra, Integrated Mathematics 2 and 3, Prealgebra. I have successfully tutored Precalculus and Calculus, as well as upper level college mathematics courses. I received my Masters degree in Mathematics at California State University Fullerton in May, 2012. I have tutored math since I was in high school. I believe that students learn math best ... [more]

Hello everyone! I've been tutoring on Wyzant for a couple years now, and thought I should update my profile. I am currently attending UC Irvine for my Master of Arts in Teaching, and am eager to apply what I'm learning to better help all of you succeed! I understand from firsthand experience how difficult science classes can be without a proper understanding of the concepts. I also know that with that understanding, science can be easier than you imagined (and fun!). Each student is differen... [more]

I have been a teacher for 20 years, and I love to share the excitement of the learning experience with my students. I have a Master degree in Education, cleared Multiple Subject teaching credentials K-12, and cleared single subject credential in French, English, and Math. I fluently speak and write French and Italian. I create dynamic individualized lesson plans that appeal to the learning abilities of the students. I can help you to raise your grade, pass a test, or teach you a new langu... [more]

The GMAT is such an interesting and challenging test. Time is highly restricted and since it is a computer adaptive test, the test taker cannot move on to the next question until an answer has not been submitted. It is a matter of time management and a strategic approach to questions. Math knowledge for the quantitative section, in which I can help, is not expected to be no higher than High School level. Reasoning and logic will help you get to the other side. I successfully completed this test when applying to a top Business School, USC. [more]

My name is Cooper and I am a recent graduate of University of South Carolina. In addition to obtaining my B.S. in Environmental Engineering, I am a diehard sports fan and an avid golfer. Growing up, math was always relatively fun for me. Numbers, patterns and sequences came naturally, and I could always see the "WHY" behind the principles being explained in class. After two years as a peer tutor in college I realized that the math that confused so many of my fellow students just needed to ... [more]

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