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Hi! My name is Julianne. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Vanderbilt University in 2011 with a degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. I've worked in multiple manufacturing and lab facilities in both the chemical and energy industries. I was chosen to be a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society while in college, and am a certified Engineer in Training. Believe it or not, math and science can be FUN once you fully understand the fundamentals and finally reach that "light ... [more]

I have always loved learning and helping others. I have been involved in many clubs that had tutoring programs. I have just graduated high school in the top 10% with honors and distinction. I have taken all the honors and advanced placement classes available at my school. I also have taken four classes at a local community college. I have also been involved in a dance team that held yearly clinics in which we taught dance routines and skills. Math has always been one of my favorite subjec... [more]

After success in math contests in high school I went to the University of Rochester, taking primarily math coursework for two years before deciding academia was a bad fit. The biggest delight I take in mathematics is the feeling of triumph when realizing how to finish out a difficult solution - a feeling I look forward to helping others have the skills and confidence to feel. I've always had a reputation among my classmates of being good with math, so time and again I've been approached... [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've wanted to be teacher. I've always been good at Math and would often tutor my friends for free when I was younger. When I went to college I decided to pursue a degree in Mathematics because it was what I liked to do and kept tutoring throughout college. In graduate school I tutored less, but once I graduated I began working full time as a college professor--I simply can't imagine doing anything else. I still tutor high school students outside of my j... [more]

I worked as a Math tutor in the University of Maryland system during my entire undergraduate period. I spent the majority of my time tutoring introductory Math and Precalculus. Precalculus covers all of the math required for the SAT. I have tutored students in all levels of Math for over 30 years and prefer the precalculus level of mathematics. The areas of the Math involved in the SAT are very familiar to me. And with proper coaching and direction in your areas needing improvement you can be very successful on the SAT. I know Math and have a proven track record in teaching it to others. [more]

I have a lot of experience teaching the math portion of the SAT. I explain methods of problem solving using organizational mechanics which streamline efforts. I enjoy helping students succeed in their studies. I explain concepts and methods that they most likely have never been exposed to, which proves to be beneficial to almost every student. I assisted many students pass collegiate-level physics courses, along with high school math and physics courses, ACT, etc. I have teaching experience from the University of Louisville: Geosciences, Physics & Astronomy Department; Louisville, KY. I was [more]

With 9 years of work experience, four years of college education, and tutoring experience on WyzAnt since August of 2010, I feel that I am adequately prepared to tutor in a variety of subjects. I attended a top-ranked engineering school, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and received my B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry/Molecular Biology in 2007 with magna cum laude honors. I was later hired as a process engineer at OMNOVA Solutions, Inc., which manufactures specialty ch... [more]

The SAT is the most widely used standardized test for college admissions. The exam is created and administered by College Board. It covers three subject areas: critical reading, mathematics and writing. Students have 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam. Each section is worth 800 points, so the highest possible score is 2400. The exam is offered seven times a year: January, March, May, June, October, November and December. The SAT is designed to measure critical thinking and problem solving skills that are essential for success in college. [more]

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