...Due to my pursuit of 3 master's degrees over a 15 year period I have had to take the GMAT exam 3 times. I have never scored below 720, being consistently in the 95th percentile or better in the quantitative sections, and 99th percentile in the verbal and writing sections. I have never spent a dime or one minute studying or preparing for any standardized test in my life.
Haverford, PAView Tutor
...The ACT math questions are more straight-forward than those on the SAT, and the ACT reading passages are at a slightly lower level, but many students struggle with the ACT's science section. Also, the ACT covers trig and elements of pre-calculus while the SAT goes only through Algebra 2. A major difference between the SAT and the ACT is that the ACT has a science section.
Newtown, PAView Tutor
...I have extensive experience teaching English as a second language (ESL) overseas for Berlitz and for both European and Middle Eastern universities, for which I can provide any necessary documentation or certificates. I loved my job as an ESL teacher and would love to have the opportunity to do so here again. I am available to teach a wide range of subjects.
Conshohocken, PAView Tutor
I have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics, one of the most mathematically demanding branches of physics, from UCLA. My undergrad degree from Cornell U. was also in physics. From my five years as a teaching assistant in Physics in graduate school at UCLA, I have a great deal of experience with students, and I know that most of them say "I hate physics", and that's OK.
Wynnewood, PAView Tutor
...I should also mention I am a certified Java professional, and am very comfortable discussing those concepts as well. I look forward to guiding you or your child to full comprehension and much success!Algebra I/Data Analysis -- Essential Curriculum UNIT I: Patterns and Functional Relationships U...
Lansdale, PAView Tutor