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I have much experience in teaching test-taking techniques. All test types have patterns; understanding how to approach the test and plan and practice how you take it can give you a significant edge. The GRE is fairly straightforward in that the emphasis is on reasoning skills and general knowledge. I have found that the best way to prepare is to take practice tests (I have a collection of them), score them, and analyze what works and what does not. We can identify any possible deficit areas and target them directly. An organized and thoughtful approach can overcome test anxiety and get you th [more]

I have several years experience tutoring the Quantitative Reasoning (math) section of the GRE. I majored in Philosophy/Computer Science and minored in Mathematics in college. I tutor math, physics, general engineering, writing and test prep for high school, college and adult students. I also work with mentally disabled, ADD, autistic and bipolar students. During college, I worked as a network engineer, chef and tutor. I teach in a logical and straightforward manner and try to cultivate my students' personal understanding of the material. I accomplish this by giving them plenty of ques... [more]

I have 28 years of experience as a certified math teacher in the state of Oklahoma. I have taught 7th grade Math up to AP Calculus in my 28 years of teaching. In the last 10 years, I have taught 8th grade Math, Algebra 1, and Algebra II. I have most recently taught 8th grade Algebra 1 to accelerated 8th grade students. I have also taught Algebra 1 Part 1 to classes that were taking Algebra in two years at a slower pace. I am the Math Department Head at my current school. I am responsib... [more]

I have been tutoring the GRE for several years now, particularly the math section, with very positive results! Most of my GRE students were all admitted to their graduate school program of choice and some of them received full scholarships. I have helped students pursuing both master's degrees and doctorate degrees. One of my recent clients was an adult student hoping to matriculate at a particular doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) program. She contacted me after had already taken the GRE four times, had been rejected from that program every time, and was ready to give up. The admission [more]

I am a very passionate individual about Mathematics and truly believe Mathematics represents "THE QUEEN" of all the science. It is a great way to represent many things in real life and it is a universal language..I consider math as a way of thinking, and it?s important to see how that thinking developed rather than only showing the result. I graduated from Edinboro University of PA with a dual degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I performed 5 consecutive semesters as a tutor of math ... [more]

I am a very passionate individual to teach Mathematics and improve Student results and grades. I graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I taught many students with difficulty in understanding Maths while graduating through College and generated very good results with them. Parents were always interested in me as the Maths teacher for their children due to the results that I produced and the ease with which I was able to expl... [more]

I took the GRE test two times while preparing to go to grad school. I used various prep books, but never made use of any classes or programs to help boost my score. After taking the GRE, I was accepted into multiple universities. I have recently finished a Master's degree in French literature, and am now in the Oklahoma City area. I have previous experience teaching English to students in France, as I used to live in the region of Bretagne. I also have experience teaching French to university students here in America, as I was a TA up until last May. Finally, most of my tutoring experience [more]

I got a perfect score on the GRE Quantitative section, scored one notch below perfect on the essays, and scored well above average in the Verbal section. Here's my advice for each section. Quant: review all the math you've forgotten through high school geometry, beginning with the most basic arithmetic. If the GRE gives you letters, pick some numbers. Substitute your numbers into the problem to give yourself a concrete example. Verbal: learn your vocab. Pay particular attention to *seldom-used definitions of common words.* What does catholic mean, besides the religion? What does flag mean, b [more]

I have taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in Statistics, Finance, and Economics for seven years and have tutored for both Calculus I and Calculus II, Statistics, Economics, Finance, Strategic Management, Marketing, and many others. I have a Master of Sciences in Economics and a Master of Arts in Philosophy. I can tutor in a variety of statistics and mathematics related disciplines as well as in Economics, Philosophy, and Finance. I have experience tutoring both college students... [more]

My educational background and work experience is broad and diverse in disciplines and subjects. I hold a Master of Science Degree from Springfield College in Emerson Falls, Vermont in Human Services Administration with a focus on Organizational Management and Development. Also, a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida in Psychology/Sociology/Criminal Justice with Spanish as a second language and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Jones College of ... [more]

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