I studied this subject in 7th grade. I am a college graduate with a B.S. Mathematics. I have experience teaching this subject too; I helped my friend go from F's to A's and B's.
I studied this subject in 9th grade. I have a B.S. Mathematics from a highly-rated university.
I have extensive knowledge of the American Civil War and World War II, having studied both in my leisure time. From the Seneca Falls convention to the disputed election of 1876, from the Scopes monkey trial to the space race, I know about a myriad of topics in American history.
Lehigh math majors must complete three semesters of calculus in order to graduate. In high school, I got college credit for the first two semesters from the AP test and from the Carnegie Mellon University summer camp.
I studied Chemistry in 10th grade, so I am familiar with balancing equations, VSEPR, and basic properties of solutions, compounds, and elements. I will not offer to, and I do not expect to be asked to, teach more advanced topics of Chemistry such as those one might find in college.
In college, I minored in Economics. Required courses were Intermediate Micro- and Intermediate Macroeconomics. I also took a History of Economic Thought class, covering topics from Hume, Smith, and Ricardo, through the neoclassical school of Alfred Marshall.
I scored 730 in Critical Reading and 800 in Writing on the SAT. In high school, I took Honors English classes from 9th through 11th grades; 9th grade was devoted to grammar and literature such as Julius Caesar, 10th to American Literature, and 11th to English literature.
I studied post-1648 European history in college. Another course I studied was Roman history from the early Roman republic to about midway through the Empire. As for in between, I learned much by reading in my leisure time.
I won my school's Geography Bee in 5th grade in a competition that included 8th graders. I studied AP World History in 11th grade. In addition, I have taken a class in geology. Overall, I am very familiar with the subject, from plate tectonics to erosion, from the countries of Asia to global climates.
I studied basic Geometry in 8th grade, the same year I qualified for the state-level Mathcounts competition (the Math equivalent of the Spelling Bee). I finished the book weeks ahead of my peers. In college, I took a class in college Geometry, which started with Euclid's five postulates and ended in non-Euclidean space. I earned a 780 on the Math section of the SAT, which includes Geometry.
Seit der 8. Klasse habe ich Deutsch studiert. Im Fruehling 2012 war ich nach Deutschland geflogen, ein Semester auf Deutsch zu machen. Da wurde meine Deutschfaehigkeit oft gelobt. Auch habe ich die AP-Pruefung gemacht und eine 5 bekommen.
In English: I have studied German since 8th grade. In the spring of 2012, I flew to Germany to spend a semester learning in German. My skill at German was often praised there. Also, I took the AP test and got a 5.
Government & Politics
I studied this subject in 10th grade. As part of continuing education, I follow political news regularly. I am very familiar with federalism, confederalism, popular sovereignty, divine right, and many other historical political systems.
I got an 800 on the Writing portion of the SAT. My score on the grammar portion was 71; on the essay, I scored an 11.
My English classes in high school were devoted to various literature. 9th grade was general works of literature, including "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Julius Caesar". 10th grade focused on American literature such as "A Farewell to Arms" and William Faulkner's "The Reivers". 11th grade was devoted to British literature such as "Wuthering Heights" and the works of Robert Burns. 12th grade was global literature, including "Things Fall Apart" and "Life of Pi."
I studied Physics for two years in high school, continuing for two more semesters in college, including a lab. In sum, I have studied Physics from Newton's laws to electromagnetism, including current induction and solenoids.
I studied this subject in 6th grade. I have a B.S. Mathematics from Lehigh University, an elite engineering school.
I studied this subject in 10th grade. I have a B.S. Mathematics from Lehigh University, an elite engineering university.
In high school, I took this class in 11th grade, where it was paired with Statistics. I took a more advanced course in college.
I scored an 800 on the Writing SAT, which includes a 71 out of 72 for sentence correction.
I scored a 730 on the Critical Reading section of the SAT.
I took the SAT in 2008 and got a 2310 overall. My score in SAT Math was 780.
I took the SAT in 2008 and got a 2310 overall. My score in Reading was 730.
I took the SAT in 2008 and got a 2310 overall. My score in Writing was 800. I got an 11 out of 12 on the essay and 71 out of 72 on the sentence completion/correction section.
I took this class in 11th grade, where it was paired with Probability. In college, I took a more in-depth P&S class and another class in Mathematical Statistics.
I took this class in 10th grade. I have a B.S. Mathematics from Lehigh University, an elite engineering school.
I earned a 730 in Critical Reading and an 800 in Writing on the SAT. This included an 11 out of 12 on the essay, which requires concise, mature vocabulary (not in the sense of vulgarity, but in that of depth of word knowledge).
I studied AP World History in 11th grade. This course covered everything from ancient Sumeria through the Chinese dynasties and the rise of Islam to the advance of the Western world and the modern era. Further, I took a class in European history after 1648 (the end of the Thirty Years' War).
I earned an 800 in the Writing section of the SAT. This included a 71 out of 72 in sentence correction and 11 out of 12 on the essay.