...I have worked many very difficult math problems over the years and should be able to help any high school student from algebra I through calculus. When I started in college, I was nervous about getting through calculus and algebra. I found some of the material hard to understand, but I overcame... (read more)
...They will learn the differences between acids, bases, and salts; and how they are formed.
k. Students will become adept at discussing and solving problems related to solubility, molarity, molality, and normality.
l. Students will learn about electron orbitals and valences, and electronic and chemical molecular structures.
m. (read more)
...My role as a TA was to go over lessons plans to individual students who needed additional help. Having access to assist more people allowed me to solidify my teaching strategies and made me a more effective tutor. I believe in order to be a successful tutor, I need to teach a student not only the material, but also how the material connects to what they already know. (read more)
...We were studying in groups but I was the group leader in explaining the concepts when they did not get them. I was a great help to them to achieve success in a final exam we were taking at the end of the year. I also enjoy seeing math click for my students especially when it never made sense to them before. (read more)
...I have also supported university students with both the verbal and essay (issue and argument) sections of the GRE and GMAT for more than eleven years. Examination preparation continues to be one of my most successful endeavors. The redesign of the new SAT affects the way the test is structured, administered, timed, and scored. (read more)