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My best GRE scores are: Verbal: 164 (660 prior scale), 93 percentile Math: 154 (690 prior scale), 56 percentile Writing: 5 out of 6 My name is Jonathan, and I'm a professor at Nebraska Wesleyan University. I've been a professor for nearly three years while also tutoring a variety of students in varying subjects and age groups. I have experience teaching and tutoring adults, middle and high school students, as well as individual tutoring experience with elementary school children through volunteer opportunities. I love reading and writing, but my true passion is working with students. I wan [more]

I am an ex-national laboratory Ph.D. physicist who is between careers and looking to stay busy during my long job search. Tutoring gives students benefit from my extensive math and science education, and my proficiency in many subjects. It also helps me to continue to use this education, and so I consider it a win-win situation for the students and me. I have tutored University of Nebraska students in physics, and a high school student in calculus, all within the last year. I was sought o... [more]

I'm Harriet! I grew up in New Zealand and have lived in the USA for the past ten years. I have a BA in Linguistics and an MA in Latin. I taught as a graduate assistant at UVA for five years and have taught high school for the past six years. For me, the most important part of being a teacher or tutor is to find ways to meet students where they are right now and helping them grow and stretch themselves academically. My approach to teaching to help students find connections - how does what... [more]

I work as a robotics engineer at Union Pacific Railroad. My B.S. and M.S. are both from The University of Texas at Austin in Mechanical Engineering, and I've been tutoring for about 10 years. My experience varies from working with students just to prep for a couple exams to mentoring other students for up to 5 years (one led to an internship with my research group). I'm fortunate to have had many wonderful teachers/mentors/role models in my life, and I find great satisfaction in being able... [more]

My breadth of math subjects (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics) is ideal for a thorough review of all math topics in preparation for the GRE. Also, having spent many years as a graduate student, my general and physics subject GRE scores were essential in getting accepted into the University of Colorado physics program in 1992. While a graduate student there, I also served on a committee selecting new graduate physics students. So I understand the importance of good GRE scores in getting accepted into graduate programs in higher education. [more]

I scored a 165 on the GRE. I taught high school for four years and college for one year. Subjects covered were Statistics, AP Calculus, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Economics, and SAT prep. Because my background is so broad, I substituted for Chemistry and Physics as well. On a part time basis, I helped college students in Statistics, College Algebra, Science Projects, and GMAT/GRE prep. A very important aspect of teaching that is often overlooked is the ability to kindle a student's interest in a subject. Using t... [more]

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