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Nisala A. ...I possess a passion for teaching this course, as I taught students calculus during high school as a mentor for two years. All the math courses that I took in high school and the math courses that I have taken so far in college have geometry in them. Even as a high school student mentor, I've taught geometry to many students.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, geometry
Queens Village, NY
MONA S. ...I also have been tutoring the ACT which has the same type of emphasis on mechanics and reading. Additionally, having lived in Europe and learned two languages, I also know the importance of speaking and auditory comprehension. I have personal experience in tutoring Italian and what methods work or don't work while trying to become fluent in another language.
46 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, reading, English
Wantagh, NY
Hilton T. ...The ACT Science does not require a student to have any prior knowledge of any Science subject. However, students must be able to comprehend passages, and interpret or infer information from graphs and tables. Nevertheless, the most important factor for a student to do well is probably time management - a student has only 35 minutes to answer 40 science questions.
21 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, reading
South Richmond Hill, NY
Rodrigo P. ...As a new tutor, I proposed and implemented an innovative coaching method consisting of reviewing current class material and homework with students in a classroom setting. The review was conducted on a weekly basis where 80% of the class participated in this voluntary review. As a result of the ...
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, physics
Bayside, NY
Jonathan L. ...Easy points. The SAT writing has changed significantly since I took the test back in the mid-2000s (analogies, anyone?), but that doesn't mean it's any easier or harder—just different. The bad news for the student is that, yes, you still have to study LOTS of vocabulary... but the good news is that this WILL increase your score, no doubt about it.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, reading
New York, NY

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