...Skills Office there. I have tutored high schoolers at the MN Internship Center and worked with students of all ages from elementary schoolers to adults at the non-profit program Safe Place: Homework Help. A particular highlight of mine is the summer I spent teaching English to adults as a certified ESL assistant at the International Education Center in downtown Minneapolis. All these experiences have helped me develop a variety of strategies to adapt to different...
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...the opportunity to network with college admissions counselors across the country, and I gladly connect my students to any college admissions departments I am familiar with. Although my tutoring specialty is test prep -- SAT, ACT, PSAT, SHSAT, and GRE -- I particularly love tutoring writing, and creative writing is a hobby of mine. My philosophy is that even when we are preparing for a standardized exam, we should always be relating the work to...
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...energy sector in either the United States or Japan. From September 2014 through July 2015, I worked as a tutoring specialist for a company. I tutored students ranging in age from 13 to 50, in various subjects such as calculus and chemistry. While I enjoy tutoring students in all of the subjects I specialize in, I love tutoring students in physics (specifically, mechanics and waves). Physics is my favorite subject to tutor because while it...
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...a degree in mathematics. During this time I have acquired great experience in tutoring and teaching. I have a total of 8 years of experience tutoring mathematics, particularly calculus. I also have 5 years of experience tutoring in the sciences, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. My experience has come in the form of private, one-on-one tutoring with students ranging in ages from 7th grade through adult learners, college-level review courses, and even teaching SAT...
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...ideas, tips, and strategies that have helped my clients succeed on their own. I specialize in the STEM fields, but I am also gifted in some of the fine arts. I am currently working toward obtaining my BS/MS in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. As a tutor, I will give my all to help each and every student not only do well in their current class or on the standardized...
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...about to begin graduate school as a PhD Student in Condensed Matter Physics. I am currently working at an experimental physics lab at the University of Maryland, College Park. My tutoring style is pretty relaxed. In my experience, if someone knows what question to ask then they are already pretty close to the answer; they just need a push in the right direction. I like to help people talk through the problems. My job is...
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...from basic level high school math to college trigonometry and science classes including biology, chemistry, and general science. My favorite classes are mathematics, especially the higher level math because it challenges me also. I also enjoy tutoring math because so many students have a "block" when it comes to math and to see them get to understand it is amazing, not only for me, but especially for the student. When I tutor students they are...
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...students. I continue to pursue my educational and personal goals while at Brown. Although I am most experienced in the maths and sciences, I also love teaching English subjects as well as social sciences. I also value community involvement and have a love for the arts. I have danced for more than 15 years, on company teams and for benefit events in several communities. I also really enjoying figure skating, swimming, and participating in robotics...
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...am a recent graduate of the University of Oregon's Environmental Science program, and have minors in Biology and Latin American studies. In the fall I will be starting a program in Speech and Hearing Sciences, and plan to follow up with a masters in Speech Language Pathology. During my undergraduate career, I was enthralled with the life sciences, and am passionate about passing that excitement on. The subjects that I love teaching most are Algebra,...
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...courses there in the future. I am very excited on the first day of every semester to meet my new students! It is my goal to make all the material relevant and interesting. I want my students to be as excited as me to learn each and every class. While I currently teach college students professionally, I still really enjoy tutoring younger students. I have worked with students from kindergarten all the way to 12th...
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...the benefit of great mentor/tutors and have always tried to do the same for others. Formally, I have taught students at the high school and college level in math and history (Rutgers University - PhD, 1988) and advised many others informally as a banking and investment professional (Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), since 1994). Recently, I have become a math tutor, mentor and substitute teacher in the Denver Public School system and an historical adviser for...
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...began as a volunteer tutor for elementary school students in Math, Science, and Reading and decided to continue my love of teaching into higher level courses. I currently tutor in the above topics, with a specific passion for Biology, Chemistry, and test preparation. As a tutor, I strive to challenge students beyond fundamentals, while focusing on and accommodating individual needs and individual learning styles. As an sewing and crafting enthusiast, I understand that with practice,...
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...helping them reach their potential is very fulfilling. And seeing how a student can surprise themselves with their own abilities is the best thing a tutor can ask for. For mathematics, I've taken up to Calculus BC in high school, and Multivariable Calculus at UCR. I understand the concepts, but I can also explain them using applicable examples. Really, math is like a language; you need to know the basics before you get speaking fluently....
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...then plan to attend graduate school to continue my education -- I wish I could stay in school forever and learn about everything! Throughout my college career, and even in high school, I have dedicated most of my free time to mentoring and tutoring children and teenagers in math and science. I have a very easy time relating to people of all ages and a gift for explaining complicated topics in an easy to follow...
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...My name is JJ. I love math, and love helping others with math even more! I'm very good with all levels of students, from elementary school up to college and beyond. I am very patient and understanding by nature, and have a knack for getting to the root of any problem in order to help students understand it themselves. I am not interested in simply just giving you the correct answer. My ultimate goal is...
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...can help you or your child accomplish your goals in a respectful, patient, and personalized manner. As a life-long learner, I have a passion for teaching and rely on my educational background in neuroscience and psychology to help develop individualized learning and tutoring plans to help students accomplish their academic and personal goals. Whether it be elementary and middle school math or college level anatomy and physiology, I review and prepare for my students so...
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...certified 7-12 math teacher in the Philadelphia area with a master's degree in Math Education. I have experience teaching topics ranging from 7th grade General Math to AP Calculus BC (with a strong emphasis on Algebra/Geometry). I also have served as an adjunct math professor with experience teaching Probability/Statistics, Modern Algebra, and Pre-Calculus/Finite Mathematics. I use a wide range of teaching models to deliver instruction to best suit students' needs. I also have received the...
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...games - is to be found everywhere in the nature of the human brain; a living computer; a vast of potential of weighted logic gates which give rise to the substance of what we call learning when we - by our activities - so organize them. Even the most bizarre or inspired art - so I attest - comes from the negotiation and change of this substance of our minds, and there is real joy...
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...true understanding of subject material. I also try to teach concepts rather than questions, as being able to answer a question will answer just that-one question. Teaching to the concept will allow you to answer the question and all other questions that employ a similar strategy. I also advocate for showing work and repeating steps to synthesize the learning process after a problem has been solved. Outside of education, I'm a big fan of music...
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...for my post-graduate career, I was happy to hear news of two of my students receiving medals in the National Olympiad. In the U.S., I designed and taught Precalculus, AP Calculus and SAT Math Prep courses in a private high school in New Jersey. Many of my students got scholarships from major U.S. universities. One of them even got a perfect score in SAT Math the following year and enrolled in Duke University. Until I...
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Recent ACCUPLACER College-Level Math Tutoring Session Notes

This was my final session with this student before she takes the college math placement exam. We went through most of a difficult (and long) practice test. She is doing so well compared to where she started. She still gets tripped up by negative signs and cancelling sometimes when she shouldn't, but is getting the concepts. I found a more detailed breakdown of the test and how well she needs to score. Based on that, I am confident that she will do well on this test.

I had the student finish what was left of his homework and we went through the answers. He needed clarification on many of the exponent rules we went through in our last session so I assigned him some homework on the same rules. We did problems on all of the homework sheets so that he had example problems to look on to.

We worked through concepts on the Accuplacer practice exam. Concepts reviewed included: adding/subtracting integers, identifying terms, combining like terms, distributive property with both positive and negative integers, absolute values, and exponents.
I encouraged the student to use a test prep website to watch videos and work additional problems until she is confident with the material.
She stated she needs additional sessions. We will tentatively schedule for next week.

Today, I brought several worksheets to review the steps for solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable with the student. We worked several of the problems together. I would show her the steps, then she would work some on her own with me watching how she did. Corrections to mistakes were immediate and positive. I left her the sheets and the answers so she could have more practice. We made arrangements to meet on Wednesday.

We worked on a variety of problems on a practice exam. The student is strong in many areas, but she wants to practice more examples that involve factoring polynomials. She also knows to watch out for small errors that involve positive and negative signs. She is self driven, motivated, and has a good sense of her own strengths and areas for improvement.

We reviewed multiplication and division from previous sessions and covered the elementary algebra problems that the student can do easily. We also worked on strategies to use with problems that she cannot solve completely but can reason for a better educated guess. I sent her links to specific practice related to elementary algebra problems. She has improved vastly from the 1st session on the arithmetic portion of the test.