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I graduated from high school in 2011 as valedictorian and gained substantial tutoring experience in both mathematics (algebra and geometry) and chemistry for junior high school and high school students. Immediately following graduation, I enrolled at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where I pursued a double major in Biochemistry and German. Throughout my undergraduate education, I took advanced coursework in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. My specialty is tutoring in math... [more]

I hold my Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Michigan, where I have had the opportunity to teach courses in composition and the humanities to a wide range of students. As a tutor, I rely on humor, Socratic method, and mutual accountability to motivate and build rapport. I attend to the content knowledge as well as the mindsets that transform learning and have helped students raise test scores, prepare admissions packages, and master new skills. I always enjoy hearing from ... [more]

I am a PHD student at Wayne State University, Detroit MI. Before coming to WSU, I was a Commonwealth Scholar at University of Bristol, U.K. where I graduated with Master?s degree in International Relations. Teaching and tutoring is my passion. Having excelled academically as well as in standardized tests?GRE and TOEFL?I find it gratifying to help others achieve excellence and defy mediocrity. Over the past two years, I have taught law at a public sector university in Pakistan and GRE at a D.C... [more]

Depending on the University/Program you are looking to enter, you may need to take the GMAT, or GRE. Preparation for the math portions of the GMAT and the GRE are very similar in topics: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Basic Probability, and Data Analysis. While a calculator is allowed on the GRE, it is a very basic one. For the GMAT, a calculator is allowed on the 'Integrated Reasoning' Section, but not the 'Quantitative' Section. So, while preparing for either test, you will want to practice mental and written calculations, and shortcuts for both. For the GMAT, hold off on doing the 'Da [more]

*Begin Disclaimer* Due to the constraints on my schedule with regards to medical school, I predominantly live in the Toledo, Ohio area now. I do all my sessions online through skype(or facetime) and idroo (online whiteboard). My students so far have loved it, and it's allowed me to keep my tutoring relationships with my previous students in the Detroit area strong. If you have any questions about how the setup works, do not hesitate to ask! *End Disclaimer* I graduated from the University of... [more]

I recently graduated from Michigan State University with a master's in industrial math. Before beginning graduate studies I worked in primary education in a bilingual school in Madrid, Spain. While completing my master, I was a lecturer for calculus courses and tutored for the university's Math Learning Center along with private students. Currently I work full-time as an analyst but after being in the classroom for four years, I'm finding it hard to completely step away from teaching. Althoug... [more]

I am a High School Math Teacher. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Math from Califoria State University, Northridge, California. I love teaching math and tutoring math. I tutor honor math courses, middle school and high school math classes. Also, I tutor SAT and ACT math portions of the exam. Please call me to setup tutoring session.... [more]

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