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...I achieved a top 2 percentile **math** score on the ACT multiple times (as well as top 1%) I received an ACT Science score in the top 5% multiple times. I have practice exams available, as well as tips from ACT classes I took in high school. I also have some personal experiences (both negative and positive) to help prepare with more than just the actual questions on the exam.

...I am also designated as Highly Qualified to teach **math** with the Illinois State Board of Education. I've taught regular and honors geometry for several years, and my 8th grade students outperformed their high school counterparts on final exams and district assessments. I also have over 10 years of experience tutoring geometry.

...I have also taught algebra through the physical sciences to a wide range of students, who need to be proficient in algebra in order to excel as scientists. As mentioned in other subjects, my teaching and tutoring have been highly awarded and praised. I have taught and tutored chemistry at a high-school and college level for 4 years.

...I have enjoyed tutoring students throughout the years, and to see them make the connections that are necessary in **math**. I can help you with Prealgebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Precalculus. I hope to hear from you soon and help you reach your goals in **math**.I have taught credit recovery Algebra I, an double block Algebra I course, Algebra I, and Honors Algebra I.

...I believe this is only part of what makes me a good tutor. My patience, creativity, and my relational attitude help me to engage with students, helping them to feel more comfortable to tackle problems on their own. I try to ask questions that will get students to think and understand concepts on their own, but will reexplain ideas and concepts in different ways if the material is confusing.

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