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The SAT tends to pose a challenge to my students in one of two ways. Either they feel un-prepared in the content, in which case we dive into why Math functions until the feel prepared, or they have a hard time understand word problems. In the case of the latter, we tend to focus on honing in to what the questions are asking as well as what information they are providing. Beyond this, I also work with students on test-taking strategies, helping them feel secure in their preparedness. My love for teaching stems from a long line of teachers, dating all the way back to my grandparents. I've had th [more]

I?m Thomas. I graduated with a Bachelor?s degree in Mathematics, and a minor in History. I enjoyed the History classes more than the Math classes because I could write in the abstract if needed and history timelines were of great interest to me then as well as now. I certainly believe that you can?t understand the present without understanding what happened in the past. I have always tried to be an expert on certain specific material and I try to use this philosophy in my tutoring approach. I... [more]

I have always been good at math and computers. In junior high school, I started competing in math competitions and doing very well, usually placing in the top 25-100 in the state of Michigan throughout high school. I tutored math in college, and am able to find many ways to help a student solve a problem or learn a concept. My favorite areas of math include algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations. I have a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Applied and Computational Math... [more]

I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading recitation, office hours, and extensive grading with advanced student feedback. In graduate school, I instructed a senior level lab in analog integrated circuits. My passion is to learn how you learn and show you how enjoyable it really is. Math and science as langu... [more]

Dear Parents/Students, I was a tutor in Western Michigan University. I was tutoring Pre-calculus, Calculus, Pre-engineering, Algebra 1 and 2. I like to help other people and hence why I chose to tutor in my undergraduate. With me as your tutor, you are going to be the best in your class. My attitude towards tutoring together with my education and experience will make parents happy as their children are with a professional who cares about their performance. ... [more]

For 15 years I taught all the courses needed for high school completion including Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. I have tutored SAT Math and my students have increased their scores. START NOW. Each April sophomores and juniors take the SAT. Learn to HOW to take the test. 1. Read more effectively. 2. Write proficiently. 3. Compute mathematically. Then practice the strategies on actual published materials. I do not use copies! As a new high school teacher I saw many students struggle with their textbook reading assignments. So to help them I completed a Master's Degree in elementary [more]

I am a graduate from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and I currently teach High School Mathematics. I love all topics in math, and I love helping students with them. I enjoy teaching my classes, but I find that individual attention is much more productive for all students. I have been tutoring students on Michigan's east side for 10 years, and as a newer resident of Kalamazoo, I would like to meet new students who can benefit from my guidance. I have taught all high school math... [more]

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