I studied chemistry, zoology, nutrition, public health, and management and have advanced degrees. I attended the Air Force Academy, Johns Hopkins, the University of Georgia, and the Georgia Institute of Technology. My two daughters were Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Star Student of their schools. I worked with them on their math, science, SAT, GRE. They scored over 2200. Together we can achieve excellence: all it requires is that we both work hard and prepare well. I will give you t... [more]
I took the SAT in 1967 and scored 715 in reading and 715 in math without preparation. Since then, I have taken other standardized tests and scored higher. I worked with each of my daughters on SAT preparation and they scored higher than I had. I have worked with many students and improved their scores by hundreds of points. Chris
I have worked in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and South and Central America. I have worked with people who speak many languages. I can make English clear to them.
I took the TEAS in February, 2012. I was scored above the 99th percentile in science, above the 99th percentile in math, above the 99th percentile in vocabulary, and above the 99th percentile in reading. Those are the four parts of the TEAS. My test was scored in the top percentile in each and every part. Why was my score so good? It was because I had recently taken the required courses again and received A's in them except for microbiology lab, in which I got a B. I have a BS in chemistry with a double major in biology. Then I got a Masters in nutrition. Then I got another Masters in public health. So I have a lot of biology background, a lot of chemistry background, and I was told that I could have a minor in math because I took two years of college calculus and other courses in statistics and probability. Additionally, I score extremely well in vocabulary and reading. Not only was I scored in the 99th percentile in them, but I scored in the 99th percentile on that part of the GRE and similar parts of the MCAT and the GMAT. My vocabulary and reading skills are off the chart. When preparing for the TEAS, I worked with another student to improve her skills. I helped her understand the questions and how to answer them. In conclusion, I have taken the TEAS and did very well on it. I have taken far more than the required courses for it and did very well in them. I have taught the TEAS to another student. Additionally, I have successfully helped students improve their scores on similar tests, including the GRE and the GMAT. My ratings as a WyzAnt instructor are also very high.