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I took the GRE exam as part of my admission to a Materials Science graduate program at UC Berkeley which at the time as a top three program. I had a near perfect score on the math portion of the test. In addition to teaching the concepts behind the math portion of the GRE I give my students test taking techniques that allow them to maximize their score. Background I?ve always had a passion for teaching and working with young people, and I want to share my love for math and science with others. I believe that students can learn difficult concepts best in a one on one environment. The stu [more]

I have been teaching GRE prep for 25 years. I was the principal instructor for a major test preparation company for a number of years, and I am certified to teach test prep for the PSAT, ACT, SAT, GMAT, and GRE. For more than ten years, I was an instructor for Math, Reading and Writing for a major after-school education program. As an Aerospace Engineer and Professional Tutor, I am fully qualified to tutor Math from elementary mathematics through Algebra II and Geometry, and Reading and Writing from phonics and grammar through colleg... [more]

I have been tutoring all levels of math for over 7 years now. I really enjoy math as a subject, and try to impart the fundamental concepts of math rather than trying to just teach the algorithms. Math really should be about understanding the logic behind it and less about route processes (we have computers for that). A bit about me. I currently do tutoring and statistical consulting full time. I worked at a Fortune 500 tech company for almost 2 years (doing math and statistics) but really e... [more]

The GRE is use is to compare students from different colleges so admissions has a better idea what your GPA means. A major difference from most other tests is that this test is done on a computer, so all your scratch work needs to be done on the 6 pages of scratch paper you are provided. (It you need more, it may take a while before the administrators get to you.) The big difference is that the computer looks at what you do on the first section of a test to determine whether in the second section you will be given easy, medium, or hard questions. So the first part is very important in determ [more]

With GRE scores in the 95th percentile, I have a great understanding of the test, especially after being tutored myself. Years of tutoring others have helped me understand it more thoroughly, and more importantly, how to teach it to others. The GRE can often be quite tricky, and knowing what kinds of questions you'll get is just as important as studying vocabulary or math concepts. Currently, I?m working on a Master?s program in Library and Information Science, but I am also a recent graduate of UC Davis where I received my Bachelor of Arts in History with an emphasis on Medieval and Early Mod [more]

*** September 2018 Update: I only have open slots during weekdays (mostly mornings and very, very early afternoons). Otherwise, my schedule is currently full. Also, I only meet with students who are willing to come to my home (in Santa Clara) or meet online.*** I am a career student who has a love for both learning and teaching. I have four degrees: a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from MIT, a M.Ed. from Tufts, a MFA in Writing from Bennington, and an Ed.D. from USC... I collect degrees becaus... [more]

Hello! For the past six years, I have worked as an instructor at a top test prep company in Manhattan. In this capacity, I tutored SAT and ACT students one-on-one and taught small group classes at some of New York's most elite high schools. Because I am moving away from the city , I am excited to explore the online tutoring space and use my talents online! I always tailor my instruction to the particular student's learning style, and I believe in breaking down every problem into bite-sized, ... [more]

I enjoy teaching and this is a passion that is a very big part of my life and something that I am good at. I hold a Master's Degree in Operations Research, so in short I am very good at all math applications and optimization. I have tutored since I was in high school and my students were successful in not simply solving equation but understanding the principles and extending the knowledge to unknown and never before seen problems. My teaching style is structured and I prefer to have a pl... [more]

I gave the computer adaptive GRE test and received stellar scores my first try and admission into 4/6 graduate schools that I applied for. **Projects for students interested in Artificial Intelligence and Health Care beginning August** This summer and in Aug-November, I am teaming up with a Machine learning professional to develop exciting science projects for students. Here is a synopsis: This 8 weeks course (August-October) provides the necessary foundation to do an Artificial Intelligence project. It is meant for high schoolers planning to do AI-based bio apps in their junior/senior year [more]

Hello! I have had such a great time tutoring and teaching hundreds of students over the last 15 years, and I would love the chance to work with you. Learning can be fun, learning should be fun, and learning IS fun. After tutoring elementary, middle school, and high school students while I was in high school and college, I taught middle school mathematics from 2002-2006. This was my approach: understanding "why" math works is just as important as learning "how" to do math problems successf... [more]

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