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...After 5 lessons, one of my SAT Math students improved her Math test score by 140 points last year! I have a degree from UCLA in mechanical engineering; my math skills are what got me through it. I was always a top math student in high school and college, and I am able to patiently show students more than one way to solve most problems.

...I have taught and tutored all of these specific subject areas for 8 years, and I will be happy to work with you as you prepare to take the ASVAB and to enter a career in the military. The TEAS V is a test structured to help nursing admissions staff determine future success of nursing school applicants. This test has 5 sections: Mathematics, Reading, Science, English, and Language Usage.

Working Consulting Scientist and previously adjunct professor at Drexel and Villanova Universities teaching undergraduate Physics, Electrodynamics, graduate Radar Systems Engineering. First Class Tutoring offered in Mathematics, Physics, Physical Sciences and basic Microsoft Computer Skills (Word, ...

...Like most mathematics courses, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 cover a wide range of material, but most of this material can be reduced to simple concepts. It is my experience that most people who struggle with mathematics courses do so because they are unclear on one or more fundamental concepts, and t...

...I have also taught undergraduate and graduate courses involving linear algebraic techniques. I am an instructor in Electrical Engineering. I taught courses on circuit theory, digital electronics, semiconductor device physics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, and electromagnetic wave propagation.

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