...I have found that, because of big class sizes, students are only taught one way of looking at material. And, if they struggle to understand it or if their teacher is not very good at explaining the matter then they are overlooked and the class moves on. Most classes tend to build on previously taught lessons.
Bayonne, NJView Tutor
...I've also worked part-time as a web developer and designer. I've tutored AP Computer Science and was a TA for an intro programming course. I've studied many logic courses in college.
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...While other tutors may shy away from students who they think might be challenging to teach, I embrace these opportunities. My experience tutoring so many subjects and exams has given me insight that lets me simplify even the most complex material. That's why I believe myself to be such an effective tutor.
Old Bridge, NJView Tutor
...It's a step out of the morass of arithmetic into a more obviously structured way of thinking. Physics is different things to different people. As a body of knowledge, it's the collection of experimentally verifiable ideas about how the objective world works.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...GED Math: For the GED math test, students should know mathematical concepts and apply those concepts to various problem situations. They should have a strong grasp on problem-solving, reasoning and analytical skills. The test also includes graphs, charts, diagrams or tables, so they should be able to understand and apply mathematical concepts in real-world situations.
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