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The GRE Mathematics Test is a test of one's knowledge with proper understanding. In general, the questions are intended not only to test recall of information but also to assess test takers' understanding of fundamental concepts and the ability to apply those concepts in various situations. The following content descriptions may assist students in preparing for the test. The percents given are estimates; actual percents will vary somewhat from one edition of the test to another. CALCULUS ? 50% Material learned in the usual sequence of elementary calculus courses ? differential and inte [more]

I scored in the 95th percentile of the Verbal section of the old GRE, scoring 690 out of 800, which is equivalent to scoring 165 out of 170 on the new GRE. I scored in the 77th percentile of the Quantitative section of the old GRE, scoring 750 out of 800, which is equivalent to scoring 159 out of 170 on the new GRE. I am a full-time private tutor, specializing in English, primarily the SAT English & ACT English, despite that I was also an SAT Math instructor at a private SAT institute. Please review my credentials and qualifications below to see if I might be a match for your tutoring needs. [more]

I took the GRE during my final year of my undergraduate and scored above the 90 percentile across all test sections. I can help improve your score in for both the math, the English and even the essay portion of the exam. I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than that, having worked for 3 different companies before I started my own business. Having tutored many students in mathematics, I have covered subjects including Algebra and Geometry, [more]

I have been helping people prepare for the GRE since 2013. I myself took the GRE that year and scored in the 98th and 99th percentiles for English and Math respectively. Having relatively recently taken the test, and having taught it for several years now, I am confident that I would be able to help anyone with feeling comfortable and prepared for the test. I graduated with high honors from UC Merced in 2013 after only three years, and I graduated from CSU Fresno with an MS, also with honors. I've been tutoring since 2012, first at the Bali Learning Center in Merced (until Fall 2015), then pri [more]

Hello. I am Seoyoung H. I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2016. I majored in Integrative Biology and took various science courses and graduate with a GPA of 3.84. Although my Wyzant account is new, I have had many teaching experiences throughout my undergraduate years and after my graduation. I was a TA for a General Chemistry Lab course, Organic Chemistry Lab course, and Human Anatomy Lab course. In addition, I was a math tutor for a middle school student for nine months. I am passionate abo... [more]

--- INTRODUCTION --- I have long been passionate and enthusiastic about teaching math & chemistry. The primary reason why I love to teach is to provide a life-long understanding of the concepts and not simply pure memorizations. I do emphasize the importance of building a strong basic foundation as it's vital when learning more advanced topics for the future as I hope to establish with my students. A main part of my teaching style is flexibility in providing multiple ways of approaching a pro... [more]

I am a senior Electrical Engineering major with more than 3 years of experience, tutoring every level of mathematics from basic counting to vector calculus. Additionally, I have two years of experience tutoring physics and programming coursework. In the modern world today, knowledge truly is power and students must work harder than ever to understand concepts. As a lifelong learner, I love the effort involved in understanding and mastering a concept or subject. It is thoroughly rewarding, and... [more]

Forty years of teaching Mathematics in High Schools, public and private, foreign and domestic, traditional and alternative, magnet and remedial, have provided me with many experiences to learn three basic principles for teaching and tutoring. The first is that the primary information that a teacher needs to know is what it is that the learner needs to learn. The second is that every lesson must be a success for the student. And the third is that the lesson must start at the level of the stud... [more]

It has been a more than a few years since I studied for the GRE, but I feel that I would be of help to someone currently studying for this. Hi! I have been a registered tutor for 15 years. I am good with kids, teens, as well as adults. I have experience working with disabled individuals as well. I'm friendly, sincere and patient. I believe that everyone is smart; they may just not have tapped in to their brilliance or may not have been challenged. I think learning to read is the basic fundamental of all learning, and should be practiced every day! If you can read well, you have it in you to ma [more]

I have a B.S. in chemistry from UC Irvine, after which I worked in the pharmaceutical industry for a few years. I then decided that teaching would be a more fulfilling career, so I went back to school for an M.S. in physics. I just finished my degree, and I was also a TA for lab classes during my time as a graduate student. I got very good evaluations from my students, and I put in extra time to help them with their regular course assignments (even though that wasn't required). I also got ... [more]

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