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I can help you come to grips with challenges in physics, chemistry, math and related subjects (see list of subjects). I am available to tutor students at all levels, up to and including grad. school. I have experience tutoring elementary and high school, ACT, SAT, college, MCAT, and graduate school. Whether you are struggling with material, or if you are an advanced student looking for a complete understanding, I can help you. I am passionate about teaching these subjects, but I realize that ... [more]

I am currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago. I have extensive training in math, physics, and science subjects from my undergraduate and graduate schools. I graduated with a B.S. in Physics from the University of Southern California with a 3.9 GPA, and currently have a 4.0 GPA at the University of Chicago in a medical physics Ph.D. program. I am well qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses, and math courses through calculus and differential equations. I also tut... [more]

-Scored 760 on SAT math I graduated in 2016 with a Master's degree in biomedical engineering from Arizona State University, and am now working on a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Chicago. I have experience in all areas of math and science, particularly physics, chemistry, biology, and any math course. Specifically, I was an in-class math tutor for over a year and have been tutoring independently for over four years after that. While working in these positions, I have developed a method for tutoring tha... [more]

I've worked as a full-time, professional tutor for the last fifteen years. In the wide field of test prep, my areas of specialty include GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests (literature and U.S. history), the CARS section of the MCAT, AP tests (literature, language, all histories, human geography, and government), and TOEFL. I have helped between two to three thousand students improve their scores on all of these tests. Though I have an extensive liberal arts background, please note that... [more]

My experience in both ACT and SAT tutoring makes me state from the beginning that if you are a student who likes to think more and figure out things by yourself, then the SAT is for you. The ACT is more straightforward. Guessing is penalized on the SAT but it is not on the ACT, although guessing should not be your approach. SAT is more of a reasoning and logic test than ACT. It does not include trigonometry. I have been a mathematics tutor in the Chicago area for over ten years now. I?ve tutored students ranging from elementary to high school, helping them not only raise their grades and test [more]

I have over 20 years of experience tutoring in math and science. I have a strong math and science foundation. I received my PhD in Molecular Genetics in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and I currently work at the University of Chicago as a research scientist. I use math and science in my everyday life. My goal as a tutor is not only to help students learn math and science, but also to share my enthusiasm and passion for these subjects. When I work with students, I make sure t... [more]

I am an experienced special education teacher and tutor. Being a special education teacher means that I know how to pinpoint exactly how each student learns best and I have the patience and ability to guide students, no matter if they are in special education, gifted education or somewhere in between. I am the mom of a teenager, and I know how to blend caring and consistency with the firmness needed to get the job done. I have a broad base of knowledge and feel comfortable with any subject up... [more]

The SAT math section is curiously different than the ACT math section. Although the SAT math test does not test trigonometry as the ACT does, the test is in some ways conceptually more difficult than the ACT math test. I have been tutoring students successfully on both of these tests for nearly seven years and and I have a definite appreciation for how the math tests are similar, how they differ, and which test a given student should take - based upon their own skills in math. I am a certified teacher with 16 years of teaching experience and nearly seven years of tutoring experience, specializ [more]

I am an experienced tutor and love working with high school students. I trained with Kaplan Test Prep and taught SAT/PSAT classes for two years. Of the 100 or so students I taught during that time, my students gained an average of 225 points. Some students achieved even greater gains than the average, of 300-400 points, driven by their willingness to complete homework and to engage with me and ask for help. I'd be happy to help you achieve this level of success in your SAT/PSAT test preparation. National Merit scholar with a 98th/99th percentile score on the SAT/PSAT Math section. Author of [more]

I earned an 800 on the SAT Math Level 2 Subject Test, and a 770 on the SAT Math section. I also helped one tutee raise her section score by 180 points. *** Please read my "How to Work with Me" and "FAQ" sections below before messaging me. This makes it easier for me to help you, since I get a lot of messages. Thank you! *** I went to Princeton University and majored in molecular biology. I was high school salutatorian (2nd in a class of 500+) and completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. I've been tutoring continuously since high school, as both a private tutor and a volunteer, [more]

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