...Therefore, students need to be well prepared and comfortable with the testing structure/format. They also need to be familiar with the type of questions and wordings. I will help to diagnose your weak areas and develop a plan of study to improve your abilities in those areas.
Waterbury, CTView Tutor
I have been tutoring for SAT math tests for over twenty years specializing in test taking tactics. I became a certified math teacher 13 years ago. I only had to take Praxis II because my SAT scores met the bar.
Torrington, CTView Tutor
...I would recommend planning ahead and start preparing for the test 1 full year ahead, if you envision 1.5 hour session a week. A minimum of 8 sessions of 1.5 hours are needed just to briefly review all the required chapters. If you want to learn Romanian, there is no better way than having a native speaker as your tutor.
Wethersfield, CTView Tutor
...I use various math games/activities to help them better refine their mult. facts. Once their mult/division skills have been mastered, I will then have them focus on learning how to add/subt. fractions with like denominators first and then we start to look at unlike denominators. Then we will start to look at mixed numbers using fractions.
Wolcott, CTView Tutor
I have taught an algebra course to adults, as well as having over four years experience tutoring Algebra 1 and Honors Algebra 1 for several middle school and high school students. I am currently tutoring three students in Algebra 2, so I am very familiar with the curriculum. I have helped my failing students maintain B averages.
Milford, CTView Tutor