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I have supported a number of individuals in preparing for standardized tests such as the high school exit exam, SAT and GRE. Dear students and parents, Thank you for checking out my profile! I am a fully credentialed (CT - Single Subject Math, CA - Math/Science/English), energetic teacher with a positive attitude. I currently teach at a local STEM Magnet School in CT. Montessori trained, I specialize in using hands-on, brain-compatible instructional methods. I have earned two bachelor's degrees from UC Santa Barbara(Applied Mathematics and English). In addition, to help me meet the n [more]

Standardized tests can be intimidating for many people. However, they can be successfully navigated via two steps: a basic review of the underlying content; and a thorough review of the appropriate test taking techniques for the exam in question. I have over 20 years experience helping student improve their performance in math courses and standardized tests. I have an BS in Engineering with Math minor and also an MBA but more importantly, I have found that many of my 'secrets' of success can be easily passed on. The process that I use to help students maximize their potential involves custom [more]

I am a Yale educated scientist with extensive experience in teaching and paper/grant writing/editing. I got my PhD in Genetics from Yale in 2010 where I am presently a research scientist. I can provide expert tutoring in general biology, biochemistry, cell/molecular biology and genetics. I have experience tutoring at the high-school and college level. I can assist with both school exam and standardized test (GRE and subject GRE-biochemistry) preparation.... [more]

I have two years of experience guiding advanced middle school students through complex topics such as the chemistry of nicotine addiction and the human brain, and I enjoy helping students through confusing topics. As an undergrad, I also tutored adults in organic chemistry and gave a visiting lecture to a graduate chemistry class on theoretical chemistry. I believe in a supportive and friendly learning environment. In my sessions, no question is too "stupid" to ask, and every question should ... [more]

I have a Ph.D in Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. I have a lot of Experience in teaching math & Science, and am an experienced Teacher who can help with SAT, GED, CMT CAPT, GRE and GMAT. I can teach one to one or in groups. I can come to the student's home if within 3-5 miles from Hamden Library. I like to teach the basics and fundamentals of the subject. I am passionate about teaching and truly enjoy it.... [more]

As a student who is at present pursuing a Master?s Degree in Mathematics with Teacher Certification for Grades 7-12, I am eager to share my passion for learning with those seeking academic assistance. Since graduating from Smith College, I have worked as a math and English tutor for five different organizations including the Columbia University Academic Resource Center, Blue Tomato Learning Center, Tutor Jam, Parliament Tutors, and Tutor Doctor. I have also worked for an educational consult... [more]

I'm a 23 year old Master's graduate with a passion for math and helping students overcome their struggles in math. I have 9 years of experience and have had great success tutoring students ranging from preschool to college. I began tutoring in 9th grade at Kumon (Math and Reading Tutoring Center) where I would tutor multiple students up to 18 years old in math topics ranging from basic counting to college-level calculus. I was then hired by Arizona State University to became a private tutor... [more]

Struggling math students have found my help beneficial for more than 30 years. My passion is to see the "Ah ha!" moment when the student understands. I tutor basic math including fractions, decimals and percents through calculus 1 with the sole aim of seeing students improve. Having worked with students aged from 10 to 75 years old, I know together we can discover new, hidden math awareness and skills. My goal is your goal; to see math with understanding eyes, watching your grades improve by... [more]

Took Graduate Record Exam three times. From the first to the third my verbal score danced a little from the 84th , 63rd, and, then, 81st percentile. Strategically navigating this section is important. From the first to the third my mathematics score went from the 48th, to the 83rd, and hovered at the 80th percentile. There's only so much mathematical content on the exam. After learning the content, it's all about figuring out how to approach the problems. From the first to the third test my writing score improved from the 38th, to the 80th, and, finally, to the 93rd percentile. Here its [more]

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