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I excelled at the SAT math section when I took it. I got a 760 (out of 800) on the math portion. SAT math is tricky, but it really comes down to understanding the fundamentals of math. Hello, my name is Kelvin and I am a third year undergraduate at the University of Florida. I am currently pursuing my bachelor's degree in biology. I am hoping to go to medical school after I finish my undergrad. I grew up in Gainesville, FL and went to Eastside High School for two years. My family and I moved to Brandon, FL before my Junior year, which is where I finished my high school career at Strawberry Cr [more]

Hi, I'm Ivan! I recently graduated CU Boulder with a Master's in geology (and a concentration in geophysics), and graduated UF cum laude with a Bachelor's in math and physics, and a minor in geology. During graduate school for two years, I taught undergraduate classes in physics as a teaching assistant, which I found rewarding and developed my skills in communicating complex quantitative concepts to students. I place a strong emphasis on rigor, but facilitate students' understanding throug... [more]

My name is Michael S. and I love teaching math. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy. I have been tutoring since my freshman year of college and am currently a certified math teacher. I am extremely passionate about education as a whole and wish to help any student to my fullest extent. My favorite aspect of tutoring is the fact that I get to offer students the individualized attention they require; something I was, unfortunately... [more]

I got a 750 on the SAT math section Hey I'm Hannah! I'm a fourth year student at the University of Florida, and I'm starting my Master's in Accounting at UF in the fall. I have a 3.71 GPA. I have had a strong love for mathematics ever since my 6th-8th grade math teacher, Mr. Griffin, made everything so much more understandable and enjoyable! Coming to college I knew my future career would have to revolve around math, and that is why I chose to major in Accounting. Looking back I can see how my teachers have shaped me into the ... [more]

Hi everyone, my name is Sam, a junior year college student from University of Florida. My major is Chemical Engineering with minor Material Science. I really love math, especially algebra, and I started to tutor math for my classmates and friends since the middle school years. I made 36 on the ACT math part, straight As for all of my math classes in high school and University of Florida. Math gives me a unique way of thinking, and I would love sharing with you! Guys, I will try my best to... [more]

Hi, I'm currently working towards my PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Florida (UFL). Before joining UFL, I worked as a teaching assistant in Rutgers University, NJ for two undergraduate courses. I have 4 years teaching experiences and my specialized area is Math and Physics. After studying with me, some of my students have successfully entered Top Ranking universities, such as University of Pennsylvania and University of Florida. From my experiences, some s... [more]

Hi, my name is Richard! In the fall of 2013, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Florida and a mathematics education minor through the UFTeach program. I am an extremely hard worker, and my student's learning has always been my number one priority. In order to ensure that my students understand the material, I believe it is important to encourage and support them in a very caring and respectful manner. I believe that patience is a virtue and that learning is a... [more]

I am currently a third-year Chemical Engineering undergraduate student at the University of Florida. I've been taking Chemistry courses since my freshman year of high school and began taking Calculus courses since my junior year of high school (and tutoring for both ever since), so I'm pretty well acquainted with a majority of topics in both subjects. I've also been taking physics courses throughout all of college so far, so I feel well-equipped to help with that too. Throughout high school, ... [more]

The best way to prepare for the SAT or any math test is to do as many practice problems as possible. Below is what I will tutor, but the topic of the SAT Math will be up to you if you so desire. Number Properties Word Problems Ratio and Proportion Quadrilaterals Percent Solid Geometry Probability Coordinate Geometry Data Analysis Counting Problems Algebra Hello, My name is Alexander or Alex. I am a veteran of the Armed Forces. I currently attend Keller School of Management, where I an currently obtaining my MBA in Computer Communications and Networking. Before that I was a tutor for my high [more]

I am a second year Math and Physics double major at UF. I've been tutoring Calculus for over 2 years now. Not only is it rewarding to help give students an appreciation for math, but tutoring also helps me to gain a better core understanding of the material myself. This better understanding allows me to explain things more clearly. As Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." Therefore, I can approach explaining a problem in many different ways. I... [more]

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