...It comes next to Math. To be good engineers, one should be strong in Geometry. Helping students write good proofs make them think better logically and analyze successfully.
Bellevue, WAView Tutor
...Organic Chemistry was covered in my high school. When I attended Washington State University, I was placed directly into O-Chem; where I earned As in lecture and lab. Immediately following the class, I was selected by the WSU Chem department to be an O-chem peer-tutor (a tutorial instructor). I hold a BS in Chem E (GPA 3.7) with minors in Mathematics and Material Science Engineering.
Kirkland, WAView Tutor
I completed two quarters of C++ in college with an A and a B+ before moving on to other programming languages. I used C++ in my physics experiments courses and am familiar with the basics of computational algorithms including boolean logic, arrays, stacks, commenting code, and how to use Visual Basic.
Monroe, WAView Tutor
...If you start early, you develop the patience to read the longer books assigned by teachers and the critical reading passages in the SAT/ACT Verbal sections. Reading with a critical eye also helps you write more effectively. Most people pick up trigonometry in their quest to find angles in geometry problems in their homework or the SAT.
Redmond, WAView Tutor