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A native of North Carolina, I earned an M. Ed. and my NC teaching license in Special Education from UNCG in 2008. I also hold a B.S. in Mathematics and US History from Randolph-Macon Woman's College (now Randolph College). All through college, I worked as a tutor and have continued to work as a private tutor since graduating. For one semester, I taught in a small charter school where I functioned as the sole mathematics teacher and was responsible for teaching grades 6 to 12. For two years, I... [more]

I enjoy helping students prepare for the GRE, which is my favorite standardized exam. I especially enjoy the math and my students seem to think I can explain it well. Hi, My name is Phil, and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor for five years. I have also written five science books for advanced high school students and provided solutions to more than a thousand math and science problems for Chegg, the student website. I work with high school and college students, assisting th [more]

I have been test prep tutoring for over two years now full-time. I did very well on the GRE when I took it and have since helped many students do much better on this exam. Standardized tests take a very specific mindset to do well on them, and I can show students how to approach these tests in a better way. Teaching and tutoring have always been things that I enjoy. Even when I studied for my own classes, I would always study in groups and would help teach others concepts I had already cemented in my brain. My first official teaching position was as a Teacher's Assistant at Kalamazoo College i [more]

Hello! I'm Kara. I have one Master's degree in Mathematics Education and one in Mathematical Sciences with a focus on Computation. I have been teaching high school math and computer science courses for 11 years. My favorite part about learning is the moment when a hard concept suddenly makes sense. It is my joy to help students achieve these moments of success and gain confidence in their abilities. I excel at being able to adjust lessons to various learning styles so that all students can un... [more]

75th percentile or higher in all subjects I am a 3rd year graduate student at Wake Forest University working on a PhD in neuroscience! My love for science is all encompassing but I specialize in neuroscience (of course!), general biology, physiology and pharmacology, and elementary math and science. My career goal is to teach at a primarily undergraduate university so I'm looking forward to working with you or your son/daughter and share my enthusiasm and passion for biological sciences! Although my degree is in neuroscience, I use... [more]

I have been helping students to prepare for standardized tests for almost two decades. I have worked for several tutoring companies, including Kaplan, and I have 4 years of experience as a classroom teacher. Every student is different, and one on one tutoring is the best way to ensure that students will receive the precise type and amount of instruction and practice necessary to achieve their goals. Tutoring is incredibly rewarding for me and it is often even more rewarding for my student... [more]

I took GRE test twice and got 167 out of 170 in Quantitative section. I graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA in Math degree, so I comprehend and master all materials covered in GRE Math section. When I prepared for my GRE test, I practiced hundreds of Math problems and summarized different types of questions. I am a graduate student at Wake Forest University studying Business Management. Besides what I am studying now, I also have extensive knowledge in Math, Music and Languages. During my college, I had experiences tutoring students on Math and playing flute. Outside school, I also [more]

I have been a GRE tutor since 2001. I have worked with students who are strong in math. For them, the usual need is to become familiar with the more difficult GRE math questions. These often differ from the math they have learned in school, and require that the students apply their math skills in new and different ways. I have also worked with students who are weak in math, who have math anxiety, or who have decided that they are "just not numbers people." For them, GRE math coaching requires the un-learning of negative attitudes. I have found that treating GRE math as a puzzle to be solv [more]

Hello! I am a recent Ph.D. and lecturer in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's History Department. My training as a historian of modern East Europe and Russia has required me to critically engage texts, use them to formulate and corroborate compelling arguments, and present my findings to a larger audience, both orally and in writing. These are crucial life-skills that I help my students to attain as well. I've also spent countless hours reading what other historians have alread... [more]

My name is Myra and I am here to help! I have the patience and time to ensure that you not only understand the work, but also have fun doing it. I find that one-on-one tutoring works the best. I do assign homework and give tests. I firmly believe in having a flexible structure so that students know what to expect, oftentimes a "getting started" activity is used to transition into the tutoring session. I break the session into several shorter segments of various activities, i.e., 10 minut... [more]

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