I graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. I have been tutoring for about nine years and have tutored a wide variety of subjects, but my favorite to teach is Math of any sort. I started tutoring my peers in high school, and from there I started branching out and tutoring other high school students in my area. In college, I was an accredited Chegg tutor who also tutored for the Virginia Tech Math department. One of my favorite things about tutoring is what I call the "... [more]
I have a B.S. in Applied Mathematics from Virginia Tech.
During my time as a Applied Math major, I constantly had to use algebra to solve complex problems. Even though algebra is something we learn early on in our math careers, it is the building block of all math.
I have a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Calculus and Modern Algebra.
I have a B.S. In Applied Mathematics from Virginia Tech, including Prealgebra.
I have tutored SAT math for about five years now. In my opinion, there are two methods that you need to have practice with in order to succeed at taking the SAT test. The first is having a solid understanding of Mathematics. Graduating with a degree in Mathematics has greatly helped me in this area. The second is the strategy behind taking the SAT. I have done independent research on SAT strategy as well as taken a day long course by the company "2400" which has greatly increased my knowledge in how the SAT works.
I worked for Apple for close to three years in their AppleCare department. This means that I was trained and qualified to troubleshoot and fix the following products: iPhones, iPads, iPods, Apple Watches, Mac desktops and Mac Notebooks. I spent three years doing over the phone technical support while maintaining above 90% customer satisfaction.