...The first step to mastering the test is to know how to do each type, the next and most often neglected step is to know how to do each type with ease and the last step is to be able to quickly recognize each type and apply the techniques necessary for solving them. My method for achieving this is...
Far Rockaway, NYView Tutor
...I tell my students to work on their essays and the Common Application during the summer so that once the school year starts, they have that much less to do. In addition to that, I discuss with students which teachers and advisers they ask for letter of recommendation. I also help review essays and have helped many students put together applications and edit resumes.
Old Bridge, NJView Tutor
** Specializing in Algebra, Statistics and Actuarial Math ** * sessions held at the following Libraries: Connetquot, East Islip, Hauppauge, Nesconset, or Sachem * I am a college professor who loves getting others to understand mathematical concepts. My philosophy is TEACH TO UNDERSTAND. It is not a series of formulas to memorize and shouldn't be taught that way.
Ronkonkoma, NYView Tutor
...As a professor of mine often said, "You've got to feel it in your bones!" As a physics and chemistry major at Harvard, I've come to rely on strong visual and intuitive models. Once you can see the essence of the idea in your head, problem solving is a piece of cake. No matter what, we will always go step-by-step.
Morganville, NJView Tutor
...Algebra 1 is a textbook title or the name of a course, but it is not a subject. It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities. While it can be confusing at first (eg "how can a letter be a number?"), it can also broaden your intellectual scope.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor