...Just like in the Writing section, the list of rules you need to know in the Math section is both finite and manageable. Mostly it boils down to the formulas you learned (in theory) back in algebra and geometry. Here's the snag- you probably won't have enough time to solve all the problems in the same way that you would in your algebra and geometry classes.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...I have also taught classes at the undergraduate level. I have worked with over 100 students on standardized tests, including the SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, SAT, ACT, and GRE. I have experience as a volunteer afterschool tutor for elementary school students.
Oakland, CAView Tutor
...I received a 2200 on the SAT and was accepted to UC Berkeley. In my time at Berkeley I also had the chance to work with other students planning to take the SATs and helped them get their scores up by 300-600, by working together and with determination and hard work. I specialize in SAT preparation and I have been helping students take the SATs and apply for colleges for 4 years.
El Cerrito, CAView Tutor
...I have taught students some of this material for SAT (combinations/permutations) and college courses. I took linear algebra both in high school and in an abstract algebra course in college. I know all about vector spaces, linear dependence/independence, matrices, determinants, systems of equations, etc.
San Francisco, CAView Tutor
...I evaluate a student's baseline ability and identify the types of thinking skills that can be developed. I then design specific homework assignments and "brain exercises" to not only improve their grades, and their performance in future classes, but improve their ability to think. My goal is to impart skills, not just information.
Santa Rosa, CAView Tutor