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...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.

...I am now going to training in the new Common Core Curriculum and will be teaching this class in September. I have been teaching algebra and advanced algebra over the last 10 years. I have taught college algebra at the local community college.

...Although the GRE is designed to be the next-level parallel to the SAT and the ACT, students are surprised to find that they have more difficultly with the GRE than either of the earlier tests. With decades of experience in advanced subjects and testing I can reveal to you the theories that driv...

...I have tutored Chemistry at the high school Regents and Honors levels for seven years. In that time, I have prepared students for the Chemistry SAT II as well. At Princeton, I tutored students in both introductory and Honors Chemistry.

...The Act Math exam covers a multitude of math topics that I have studied through the 11th Grade. Having graduated from The Bronx High School of Science, and then earning my Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from St. John's University with an overall GPA of 3.47, I am familiar with the wide range of topics and its applications which the Math Act exam tests.

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