First off, a bit about me: I was born in Bulgaria but have lived here in Lexington over fifteen years. I attended Julius Marks Elementary, Winburn Middle, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where I also graduated from MSTC (the Math, Science and Technology Center). I'm currently a Computer Science Major and Math Minor at the University of Kentucky's School of Engineering, expecting to graduate December 2018 with a 3.9 GPA. This is my second degree; I graduated Summa Cum Laude from UK wit... [more]
The goal of each and every algebra problem is to solve the variable by isolating it to one side of the equation. We achieve this by using the basic arithmetic while keeping in mind using the Golden Rule of Algebra: what you do to one side of the equation, you must do to the other side.
Have taken up to Calc 3 at UK. 5's on AP tests in Calc AB and Calc BC.
Focus on the fundamental rules of geometry as applied to triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, and the coordinate grid.
Familiar with statistical analyses using both Excel and SPSS.
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Graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. in Psychology in May 2014.
800 on SAT Math, December 2009.
I scored a 168 Verbal Reasoning and a 164 Quantitative Reasoning on my GRE in June 2014.
I scored 740 on SAT Reading, December 2009.
I scored 780 on SAT Writing, December 2009.
I scored 34 on ACT Reading, October 2009.
I scored 35 on ACT English, October 2009.
I scored 35 on ACT Math, October 2009. You can considerably improve your ACT Math score by having a solid grasp on the fundamental rules of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.
I scored 35 on ACT Science, October 2009.