...My specialties are Algebra, French, Spanish, Anatomy & Physiology; and a host of other subjects. I also have experience in medical interpretation (Spanish), having provided clinical services in Costa Rica, Honduras, and El Salvador. As a former Division I athlete, I combine my passion for health and nutrition with education to bring a unique perspective to the world of virtual learning. (read more)
...I also founded and acted as editor-in-chief of a newspaper dedicated solely to sports and school spirit. Early on, I learned how to balance a rigorous academic curriculum with the demands of athletic teams and other time-consuming extracurricular activities. This foundation served me well at Yale where I continued rowing crew, this time for an NCAA Division I program. (read more)
...Thanks again for everything!" - Naomi (Student) We're going to focus on improving your skills in three major areas:
1. Accuracy in the Science section -- how do you slice through the passage and the data, charts, and tables to find the correct answers?
2. Speed in the Science section -- how do you move FASTER while retaining high accuracy?
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...Thus, it is necessary to have a solid microbiology background. When I work with student preparing for a standardized exam, including ACT Math, I like to make sure they have lots of practice tests to work with. It's best if they've taken a full practice test before we meet, so we can see where they are at compared to where they want to be. (read more)
...Also I have already selected math as my subject to teach. I have been tutoring math for elementary and middle school students in the past ten years. Education is always my number one concern and that’s why I picked up this path to complete my own education so I could be more helpful to my students. (read more)