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...University of Maryland, College Park. I tutor math at all levels and mostly focus on math, but can also cover theoretical CS, programming in Java & C, and basic physics. I've tutored students in high school through the math honor society, and continued tutoring in college through the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Education. My long term plan after graduation is to enter grad school, get a PhD in math, and eventually become a math professor,...
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Is it your dream to pursue graduate-level studies in mathematics? If so, one of the obstacles that may stand in your way is the GRE Subject Test in Mathematics. This imposing exam covers all of the mathematics that you've learned in high school and college, as well as certain topics that you likely have never encountered in class. Many students, upon glancing over the expansive range of material that this test covers, immediately feel overwhelmed, and understandably so. As a result of this apprehension, many procrastinate or attempt to review all of the material regardless of their skill level in working with each particular topic. The fear of missing a crucial concept can compel students to study in ways that can be inefficient and time consuming. While you too may initially feel overwhelmed by the test, don't fall prey to the difficulties that such anxiety can cause. There is a better way to prepare for this exam: personal tutoring.

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Tutors streamline the process of learning. During your sessions together, your tutor can present you with exercises and problems targeting your weakest areas of understanding. Since each tutoring session is conducted in a one-on-one environment, you can have the full attention of an instructor and can receive feedback and get questions answered as soon as a need arises. Your tutor can also help you prepare for the exam by sharing valuable test-taking strategies specific to the GRE Subject Test in Mathematics, and structuring your review so that you are learning to solve problems in the ways that will be required of you on test day. Class-based review and online resources are often impersonal, and reviewing alone can be overwhelming. Save yourself the hassle and stress that accompany other forms of preparation by focusing on the content you need to know for success on your exam with GRE Math tutoring.

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Recent GRE Subject Test in Mathematics Tutoring Session Notes

This session mostly focused on reviewing the work that the student did for homework. This consisted of three sections. First, we worked through questions from the sentence equivalent section, focusing on some vocabulary building techniques. Following this, we reviewed issues she had on absolute values and inequalities. These were minor on the whole and where they were repetitive, we were able to address the root problem very quickly. Finally, we had to spend some extra time on percentages, which I then reassigned. She really just needed a little reinforcement. I believe that things will progress better in this regard for our session on Friday.

We finished all of the math for the exam, specifically probability and normal distribution in this lesson. Then, we covered Reading Comprehension passages. We went over the different question types, how to spot wrong answers, and did a whole lot of practice.

The student and I had our first session of GRE tutoring. In this session, we covered the basic format of the tests. We then spent much of the session going over a variety of practice problems. He needs a lot of help going over the fundamentals of GRE math, though he seems very willing to learn. If he can apply that energy to preparing for the test, he will do well.

The student and I discussed a practice test she had taken and I pointed out some things she could do to raise her score. We then looked at a few practice questions to review our previous session. We spent most of the remainder of the session going over the geometry that is tested on the GRE, and looking at practice questions. Topics covered included circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, inscribed shapes, lines and angles, shaded regions, oddly shaped shapes, and the general strategy for all geometry questions (1. drawing any relevant figures that are either provided or described, 2. labeling all given information as well as information you can get using geometry rules and formulas, and 3. writing down and using useful formulas). I gave her some tips on how to practice what we were going over and also on how to study vocabulary effectively.

Covered several reading comprehension strategies and approaches to tone and supporting answer choices.
Reviewed in-depth figures and angles, especially triangles and special triangles.
Reviewed essay outlining and thesis development in providing essay structure.
Student was active and attentive, and performance was much improved from last session.

We began by surveying the analytical writing analytical writing section of the exam, focusing in useful structures around which the student could write his response. After using a couple sample questions we moved forward into the handful of verbal material he needed to cover before tomorrow, most of which was just rehashing text completion exercises from before. Once he got the hang of it he was doing great. We then spent the rest of our time discussing how to convert word problems into equations, so that he could answer them correctly. In our last moments, we covered very quickly the two or three topics we hadn't had time for beforehand that he felt he need to touch on before our session ended.