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I tutor GRE, SAT, and ACT test prep specializing in teaching and reviewing math concepts, learning the right formulas, and strategies for solving problems. I tutor SAT, ACT, GRE , GMAT test prep, math 1-3, AFM, pre-calculus, high school calculus, prealgebra, algebra, trigonometry, geometry, German, and some other subjects. My Qualifications: I have been a full-time tutor for the past 5 years, and love my job! I am great at explaining difficult concepts and finding out what my students need to know. I want them to succeed! For math, I have equations, graphs, examples, and sample test materia [more]

Greetings! I have a bachelor?s degree in Chemistry from The College of Wooster, a Masters in Chemistry, and a PhD in Environmental Science, both from George Mason University. My professional endeavors have included being a Chemist at the American Dental Association Paffenbarger Research Center, a pre-doctoral fellow at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, a Scientific Liaison at the US Geological Survey, and a consultant for the Energy and Environment team for LMI. In 2007 I became a stay ... [more]

I have been a GMAT tutor since 2001. Although I primarily teach ACT and SAT, I recently re-took the GMAT in preparation for teaching it, and scored 760. For most students, the GMAT's data sufficiency problems are the most challenging, and I concentrate on those with most students. Also, the GMAT places significant time pressure on students. Good preparation means increasing speed, along with increasing accuracy. I focus on both. I'm a graduate of Bates College (B.A.), the University of Illinois (M.S.), and M.I.T. (M.S.), with degrees in economics and management. I've been a tutor sinc [more]

I am an experienced tutor that can help students at every grade level with Math and Science. I can provide engaging, effective, instruction in Computer Programming, Math including Algebra I and II, Trigonometry, and Calculus as well as Chemistry, and Physics. I was an excellent science and math student in high school and in college where I majored in Electrical Engineering and Physics and have taught computer programming on the Junior College level. I have had great success in finding th... [more]

My area of specialization is mathematics (including word problems). Most problems in physics are word problems. I scored in a high percentile on both the SAT and GRE. I have taught math (from introductory algebra to calculus I) and physics courses (from conceptual physics to calculus-based physics with labs) for more than 10 years at community colleges. I have worked as a private tutor and a tutor at Gaston College and I also have experience as a substitute teacher in public school. Often the key to helping a student is careful attention to details that reveal what misconceptions are impeding [more]

I do not have one particular teaching style, because students will always reveal how they learn best in the earliest sessions. I always get to know students, work within their interests (e.g., a particular sport, hobby, or even T.V. show) and teach the material from within the context of something they've already mastered. I graduated high school with a GPA of 3.97, and college (University of Michigan) with a 3.7. I am currently taking Master's Degree classes, and maintain a 4.0 GPA. I ... [more]

I'm 32 years old and have a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from UNC Charlotte. I can tutor any level of high school math, some college math, business subjects (finance, accounting, marketing, strategy, etc.) and standardized testing (SAT, GRE, GMAT, etc.). I scored 99th percentile on my SAT (1530/1600 in early 2000), 99th percentile on the US Air Force standardized test (April, 2008) and 98th percentile on the GMAT (July, 2008). I currently work full time in m... [more]

Through my experience teaching students from young children to adults, I've seen the importance of adapting to individual learning styles. I like to explain concepts to students in ways they can relate to and understand. I started tutoring during my 10 years as a chemical patent examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office and continued tutoring while earning my master's degree in counseling, both at tutoring centers as well as with private clients. I am well-versed in chemist... [more]

I have taught for over 30 years and just recently retired from the public schools. I taught math and science at a private middle school in Hickory for the past two years. This year I will be working with a Charter School opening up the Upper School, "High School" and mentoring new teachers. During the past 30+ years, I have taught and tutored math and science including: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra IA, Algebra IB, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, Statistics(non AP), SAT ... [more]

I have been a community college mathematics instructor for the past 3 years. At the college, I teach all math classes through Calculus. My students give me lots of positive feedback, and I consistently hear the comment from them, "I used to hate math, but you explain it in such a way that makes sense to me". I was a Master Tutor for the Princeton Review for 5 years while I was earning my degrees. With the Princeton Review, I tutored and taught classes on the GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT, and m... [more]

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