...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.
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...I received my bachelor's of science in biology from SUNY Geneseo. My degree included required coursework in physics, chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. I scored in the 99th percentile on the MCAT physical sciences section, which demonstrates my competency to tutor in this subject.
Bellerose, NYView Tutor
I studied Mechanical Engineering and I got an A in my Math courses including Calculus I graduated with a Bachelor in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering and I got an A in my physics courses. As a mechanical engineering student, most of the problems encountered required knowledge of trigonometry. Therefore, in the process, I've come to master the subject.
Albertson, NYView Tutor
...I am an economic historian and am currently working on a number of papers for presentation at conferences. I am equally familiar with American and global history. I have taught chemistry privately and in college for over thirty years and have BS and MS degrees in the subject, as well as R&D experience.
Bronx, NYView Tutor
...Additionally I can integrate calculus with trigonometry and geometry. As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems. I have that dual ability to teach the Mathematics and relate it to the physical problems.
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