...It is important to build from the bottom. I go deep into the student's knowledge and find out whether they have all the necessary building blocks first, and then I try to build up their knowledge. If you don't have a good foundation, you cannot build upon it.
Livingston, NJView Tutor
...Therefore, been able to give a logical reasoning and then be able to word it correctly briefly is equally important. In addition, I make sure that my students do not see each topic as isolated islands but as a whole connected to each other. For example, while solving a word problem about a comp...
Edison, NJView Tutor
...The reasoning and language parts present the major stumbling blocks for students. I believe that geometry is among the hardest subjects to teach and to tutor. But... I love it!
Newtown, PAView Tutor
...I enjoy math very much and have enjoyed teaching students on a one-on-one basis. Over the years I have tutored students in subjects from Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, discrete math, trigonometry, etc. I have experience teaching SAT math, GRE math, and GMAT math for the Princeton Review back when I was at Rutgers for my first degree.
North Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...SAT/ACT math is difficult because of the of topics that it covers, not the depth. Mistakes often happen when students are not sure about the content of that particular question. It?s wrong to treat SAT as a trick test and try to game it by spending time to learn empty ?technique? commonly found on SAT-prep books.
Basking Ridge, NJView Tutor