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...When I took the test in 2006 I received the following scores: 770 V | 750 M | 760 W. More recently I have been administered a number of full length practice tests and have never received below a 780 on any section. I also applied, and was accepted, to a large number of universities.

...I strive to develop a warm, non-judgmental rapport with the student. The most effective learning occurs when the student is fully engaged, being both relaxed and focused.I have been tutoring nursing students at Montgomery County Community College for over 5 years. Coaching nurses in both writing research papers and test preparation are my specialties.

...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.

...My natural aptitude for science and mathematics makes it so easy to tutor students. Generally students may have different backgrounds in their subject of interest, but regardless of their capability; elementary or advanced, I have the technical know-how to comfortably make them fit in under my ...

...I have formally taught Excel (on Windows) since the mid 90's to both high school and college students. I continue to use Excel in my own work to organize and analyze data. Geometry is a branch of math concerned with points, lines, angles, shapes, and space (on a plane). It also develops skills such as logic, reasing, and proofs.

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