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Hello, I am Tina. I recently graduated from UC Irvine with a degree in Chemistry and I have also received American Chemical Society certification for professional education while at the university. I have been tutoring students in math and science for the past couple of years. I've tutored math subjects ranging from common core mathematics to differential equations. I've also tutored students in chemistry, biology, and physics. I have taught students one on one and have also tutored in aft... [more]

It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alt... [more]

I studied both neuroscience and music at a liberal arts college (graduating magna cum laude). I have a voracious appetite for learning and I enjoy fostering that same natural curiosity in the students that I tutor. Because I have a love for learning and sharing interesting information, I frequently led study groups, both large and small for my classes in college - including English, psychology, and neuroscience. I often proofread students' papers to help students improve their grammar, clar... [more]

In 2015, I graduated as a double major in Applied Mathematics and Quantitative Economics with double minors in Statistics and Education. In high school, I passed 8 AP exams and received 5's on Calc AB, Calc BC, Statistics, and Chinese. I have been tutoring students since high school and have had many years of experience tutoring mathematics. Over the years, I have taught both privately and in classroom settings. My favorite part of teaching is making a difference in students' academic succes... [more]

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I scored an 800 on SAT math. I was a tutor for both SAT I math and SAT II Math IIC. I was an SAT instructor at camp in South Korea - Summer 2013. I am a former high school math teacher. Hi folks! My name is Ryan. I'm a full-time tutor and former physicist/astronomer with an excellent background in math, science, economics, and English composition. I have considerable teaching and tutoring experience at high school and college undergraduate levels. My primary subjects are physics, math (from Algebra 1 to Calc II), English writing, and SAT/ACT test prep. I also do some chemistry and economics. [more]

I earned perfect scores on the SAT and the SAT II Math Level 2 subject test. Since then, I've spent years helping students maximize their scores. I can train students to interpret tricky word problems, quickly identify applicable math concepts, and use knowledge of the SAT format to answer questions efficiently. I have been teaching students from elementary school through adulthood since I was twelve years old. My mother, a teacher herself, showed me that students learn best when they are active participants in every stage of the learning process. Thus, I focus on understanding each student's [more]

For as long as I can remember, I have loved math. For the past 5 years I have worked as a credentialed high school math teacher (AP Calculus, Trigonometry, Statistics, Geometry) to ensure that all my students understand and feel confident in their own unique math talents. I have been tutoring students in math & SAT/ACT prep for 12+ years and have worked with hundreds of students to increase their math capabilities and comprehension. I graduated from USC with a full-ride academic scholarship a... [more]

I have worked with many students over the years to get them ready for SAT/SAT II and PSAT Math portion. SAT Math is hard for a lot of students mainly because the questions are being asked in such unfamiliar ways. The topics tested in SAT math only goes up to Algebra 2, with some Trigonometry, Geometry and Statistics. Most high school students have already taken these courses when they started preparing for the SAT; however, their biggest problem is they couldn't recognize what the questions are asking. So in my works with students in SAT prep, I often focus on "translating" the math problems [more]

TEACHING EXPERIENCE I've had vast experience in teaching and tutoring, including teaching history and philosophy at a graduate level, mentoring college students, and college career prep with high school students. I've been a guest speaker at high school graduations, university assemblies, Rotary, camps, and conferences. I currently teach at two universities. I'll take every opportunity I can to help someone acquire knowledge and reach their goals. WRITING AND EDITING EXPERIENCE I've als... [more]

The SAT seems to instill a fear in students. It influences their future. It affects their choice of colleges. Yet, it actually is quite approachable. The math portion is more about reasoning than it is about memorizing. My approach is to show the student that the reasoning required is likely contained in the knowledge and skills he or she already possesses. My approach is thus geared toward lowering the anxiety level that students have but needn't have. My students already typically have the skills needed to do well. I try to maximize those skills while reducing the amount of memorization [more]

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