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Gilmore C. ...Anyway I just wanted to let you know I received a 29 composite score on ACT which I am surprised about. My scores increased one point on each test and two on science. I went from a 29-30 on English, 26-27 math, 31-32 reading, and 26-28 science.
28 Subjects: including ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Science
Costa Mesa, CA
Nicholas K. I grew up on the plains of South Dakota and completed my undergraduate degree in Biology as a Trustees Fellow Scholar at Augustana College, a small private liberal arts school. I completed two competitive, paid summer research internships--one performing biomedical research and the other a National...
38 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT English
Los Angeles, CA
Michael E. ...However, high school students are better prepared to understand why this habit produces life-long results. Gaining a large SAT vocabulary begins with quickly being able to tell words apart as visual objects. This also helps them recognize root word families.
25 Subjects: including ACT Science, reading, ACT Reading, English
Arcadia, CA
Diana B. ...I received my Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern California in 2014. This year, I received my Master's degree in Experimental Pathology. My future goals include going to medical school.
10 Subjects: including ACT English, English, biology, vocabulary
Los Angeles, CA
Bruce P. I believe that every student can learn. This has been my cornerstone philosophy in teaching my entire career. I believe in engaging my students in the learning process and challenging them to learn concepts that can then apply to any problem.
12 Subjects: including ACT Science, geometry, biology, anatomy
Baldwin Park, CA

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