...And in graduate school, I was a Teaching Assistant in college psychology courses, which made heavy use of math and statistics. After that, my 35-year career has included economic modeling, computer programming, and software engineering/design/management, fields where math and logic come into play every day. And throughout that time, I've never lost my interest in basic math and science.
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...The exam is divided into several parts. One section is the Physical Sciences, essentially physics and chemistry. The topics in that section include force, energy, momentum, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, electric circuits in the physics section, and electronic struc...
Belmont, MAView Tutor
...The section score evaluates quality of explanation in addition to correctness.) Because of my results on the MTEL, I obtained certification to teach Math, 8-12 in public schools in Massachusetts. I have experience helping students prepare for the PSAT. According to one student, this preparation was also helpful in laying the foundation for later success on the SAT.
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...I received an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT on every practice test I took and on the real thing. I took Micro and Macro Economics in High School and got an A in both and a 4 and a 5 on the AP tests respectively. I also took several economics courses in college, getting at least an A- in all of them.
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