...I took Honors Pre-Algebra in 7th grade. The experience lead to my passion for mathematics. My confidence in this subject inspired me to branch out and by my junior and senior year of high school all my classes were either honors or AP. (read more)
...I am a veteran of the United States Army. I have passed the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET) in math and chemistry. I hold a valid and current Certificate of Clearance along with a valid and current substitute teaching permit, each issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
"I hear, and I forget. (read more)
...Usually, students see a 5-point increase after 2 months of tutoring, 4-6 hours/week. I have worked with 5th and 6th graders, helping them get solid with the basics: additions, subtractions and time table, which are absolute foundations for their current school work and future studies. Also I'm familiar with the material they teach for Common Core Elementary Math. (read more)
...By my count, I have read and analyzed around 10,000 pages of screenplays within the last year. I am a speed reader and can impart many of my strategies to students, which is particularly valuable for the timed reading sections on the SAT, ACT, and GRE. And with the new writing sections on the ACT and SAT, strong writing skills are more valuable than ever for aspiring college students. (read more)
...Both of these career fields required a strong grasp of calculus, differential equations and physics. Also I have been tutoring students who have taken AP calculus at the AB and BC level. The minimum score by any of them was a 4 and this person bypassed the AB exam and took the BC exam. (read more)