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I am a 2014 graduate of Vanderbilt University with teaching credentials. I received my Bachelor of Arts through a double major in Sociology and Earth/Environmental Science. Through my studies, I realized a love for data and research?and, most importantly, developed unwavering beliefs in the importance of education. I believe that through education, students must be able to make well-rounded and purposeful connections with information in order to grow academically and be college and career rea... [more]

I have taught and tutored high school and middle school math since 1976 and taught math at Granite Oaks Middle School up until retiring in June 2016. There are four components to my tutoring: 1. Concepts and Skills: help students understand the concepts behind what they are learning and give them practice on the skills they need to become mathematically fluent. 2. Accuracy, Organization, and Efficiency: help students organize their work and become accurate and efficient problem solvers. ... [more]

I became a math major because I couldn't imagine school without doing mathematics. I've worked with students who feel exactly the opposite: they can't imagine enjoying school when "doing" mathematics is part of the equation. In my eight years of teaching (Pre-algebra through Precalculus) and 16 years of tutoring (Pre-algebra through Calculus as well as Integrated Math 1-3 as part of the Common Core Curriculum), I've discovered that many students who just didn't "get math," achieved understan... [more]

I tutor students preparing for diverse exams: ASVAB, ACT, SAT, SSAT, GRE, CAHSEE, GED, etc. My strategy is to work from the best sample test materials available. All of the major standardized exams have materials available which clearly define the subject matter covered. Using these materials students can focus their time and energy efficiently. In most cases, working with these materials quickly highlights strengths and weaknesses. The work then becomes about building skill and confidence over the **entire** subject matter covered on the exam. Often exam preparation/study is done independentl [more]

You know you know the math. Now you need to learn to recognize it in the language that is known as SAT. And that's where I come in to help and rescue. Success is imminent - take the plunge. "Why study mathematics?" and "How will I ever understand this stuff?" are two of the most real and common questions I am asked when students, along with their parents, ask me to help. I use methods and techniques that I've perfected over the years to show the applicability and the beauty behind "the beast" known as mathematics...and my students get it. I break down and re-assemble the processes of math so [more]

Score improvement in SAT Math is much easier than that in SAT English. All that you need is sound knowledge and a few hours of practice. I can make your Math knowledge free of any confusion and also can teach you those tricks, which make problem solving quicker. When you find Math easy to understand practicing it will be fun. I have helped many improve their SAT scores before. The review of one of my past students: "Sushanta has made my daughter love math. Now she is doing math all the time. I had to put a limit on her math practice hours so that she finds time for other subjects too." - M [more]

I have tutored many high school students in SAT Math, resulting in substantial improvements in scores and confidence. I teach students not only the concepts that are applied during the test, but also the process of problem analysis and solution. Improving these skills not only gives students a better understanding of the subject, but greater confidence in their ability to think through a problem. I am a mechanical engineering student about to graduate with a math minor. I love to teach and believe that a good tutoring relationship improves the mental well-being of everyone involved. I have c [more]

Test preparation (SAT/ACT) is my favorite subject because it requires a unique combination of math and problem solving skills, plus a lot of critical thinking. Besides that, you have to be quick in making decisions since the time on the SAT test is limited. I started test prep in 1997 and all of my students were able to top the scores, mainly because of the unique methodology I apply when teaching them. My name is Liliana and I am a math professor with an extensive teaching/tutoring experience. My tutoring career started with basic skills math sessions, when I worked as a math tutor in the p [more]

I graduated at the top of my class in high school, and I had SAT scores that were good enough to get into the college of my choice. I have taken the SAT twice, significantly improving my Math score after studying intensely on my own, and I am able to share all of the skills that helped me do well on that test. I was a member of the Mathematics club in college as well as Kappa Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honors society. My favorite thing about tutoring is seeing concepts finally click for students like you. I absolutely love those "aha" moments because it makes all of my effort as a tutor worthwh [more]

I have been teaching for about 20 years. I started off working as a teacher's aide for students who were emotionally disturbed, sexually abused or children who were born to mothers who were doing drugs or alcohol while in their mother's womb. I then finished my degree in Computer Science from Sacramento State University. I have been working as a tutor for Sylvan Learning Center, Huntington Learning Center, Tutoring Club & presently I work for Tutor Doctor. I tutored all levels from elementary... [more]

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