All through high school, I took honors English classes. I passed all of these classes with straight As, and was among the top of each of the classes. On the ACT English portion specifically, I scored very well, and I have tutored several students on ACT-related material.
I have much experience in all of the Math subjects that are tested on the ACT test (Algebra, Geometry, etc), and have used the material from those classes for years. Math is one of my strongest core academic areas, and my test scores reflect that. I have also tutored several students on this very material, to great success.
All through high school, I took honors English classes. I passed all of these classes with straight "A"s, and was among the top of each of the classes. I have also had an above average reading comprehension level since elementary school. On the reading portion of the ACT specifically, I scored very well, and I have tutored several students on ACT-related material. Many of my students have significantly improved their ACT scores after receiving my help.
I am a science major, so naturally science is my strongest academic area. My highest scoring section on the ACT was in the Science section, and I have since studied much more in the realm of science. I have also tutored several students on the ACT test to great success.
I took a graphic design class in high school, where we heavily used Photoshop to edit images and create graphics. Also, I spent a year doing marketing work for a company where I was in charge of designing and creating flyers and other graphic-based pieces. Photoshop was my primary tool for this task, and I have become quite proficient with it because of this.
I took Algebra 1 when I was in 7th grade. I was in the MEGSSS program at my middle school, which put me two school years ahead of the average student in math. I have been using many of the concepts from this course in my furthered math classes. This is one of my most requested subjects for tutoring.
I passed Algebra 2 with a grade of "A" in 9th grade. I have since practiced many of the skills and concepts I learned in that class in my furthered math classes. This includes everything up to Calculus - and I have practiced Algebra 2 to some extent every year because of this.
I have great experience with the material covered in the science and math portions of the ASVAB, since I am a science major (which requires a lot of math as well). I also have some hands-on experience with some of the more mechanical questions asked on the test (pertaining to automobiles, electronics, etc) from my previous work experience. On top of that, I am very familiar with how to approach studying for standardized tests such as this, and am very capable of assisting with building those skills.
I am currently pursuing a degree with a Chemistry major and a Biology minor. Because of this, I have a strong background in many areas of science, including Biology. I received all "A"s in Biology 1, and had an excellent professor, who covered much more material than the course required. I have tutored many students in this class as well.
I took the AP Calculus test in my junior year of high school after passing the class with an "A". I scored a 4 out of 5 on the test, earning me the complete college credits. I also have tutored several students in AP Calculus both during and after my own personal time in the class.
Chemistry is my major as well as my passion. I have taken advanced chemistry classes in high school and received many "A+" grades from college-level chemistry courses. The bulk of my tutoring experience comes from helping students with this very subject, and I am always looking forward to taking on another.
I passed all of my high school classes with above average marks, and was in accelerated or advanced placement classes the whole time. In addition to that, I have completed my first two years of college. This has granted me my Associate in Arts as well as a high school diploma.
I have had a computer for most of my life, and learned to use them entirely on my own. I have also worked as a Technician at a computer and networking company, where I gained a much better understanding of computing. I am also very frequently helping family members learn how to perform basic functions on their computers (such as searching the internet, checking e-mail, paying bills online, etc.).
I passed Geometry when I was in 8th grade in an accelerated math program. I had one of the highest grades in my class, and got "A"s on every assignment. Much of Geometry is needed in Calculus and Physics, so I have continued refreshing these concepts every year since, as well as tutoring several students on this very material.
I have been using Excel for personal use for several years to keep track of budgets, bills, and other things. I have also used the program as a student to create spreadsheets for lab reports in many of my science classes. On a more professional level, I have had to use Excel at a previous job to keep track of client databases. I am capable of imputing functions into the cells - not just having the program act as a grid-based list. It is more than that, and that is what I tutor.
I have several years' experience with Powerpoint, both as a student and a tutor. I have created countless presentations for various academic courses throughout my education, and many of them were quite complex. I have also tutored classmates in the past with Powerpoint to help them create more professional and effective presentations.
I have almost a decade of experience with Microsoft Word as both a personal and professional user. I have created many different documents of varying types and complexities for a previous employer, and have learned many of the "tips and tricks" to the software. This is a very important program to learn for business purposes, as it is capable of much more than simply recording type.
I have completed and passed my Organic Chemistry I course at Saint Petersburg College (and the required laboratory course) with a grade of "A". I have also helped several students with this very course. One in particular, had a test grade turn-around of 2 letter grades ("D" to a "B") from my tutoring. I have also completed Organic Chemistry 2 (with lab) from Florida Gulf Coast University, which significantly helps me bring better understanding to my tutoring of Organic Chemistry in general.
When I was in 6th grade I was enrolled in the IMAST program at Pinellas Park Middle School, which was an advanced science program. This program continued through 8th grade, and had a large focus on physical science. I passed all of my related courses with straight "A"s and was among the top of the program.
As you can see from my other math qualifications, mathematics is one of my strongest academic areas. I have experience tutoring in very advanced math courses as well as more beginner classes. Prealgebra is very familiar to me, and I have much experience tutoring at this level. This is the course that can be the "make or break" point for many students, and it is important to get a solid understanding of the material early on.
I took Precalculus two years before most students, and passed the class with an "A+". I later moved on to take AP Calculus and college-level Calculus 2 - both of which build off of the basics from this course. I have also tutored students in trig and precalc (very similar courses) to great success, and I continue to use much of this class in every math class I take.
I scored an 1840 on my initial attempt at the SAT. My math score was my highest at 650 out of 800. And my reading score was 630 (also out of 800). I have tutored many students over the years on PSAT and SAT-related material to great success. I believe it is important to be prepared early for the test, so you can maximize scoring potential.
I scored an 1840 on my initial attempt at the SAT. My math score was my highest at 650 out of 800. This placed me in the 85% national percentile. I also have great experience as a tutor for the Math SAT, as this is one of my most requested subjects.
I scored an 1840 on my initial attempt at the SAT. My Reading score was quite high at 630 out of 800. This placed me in the 85% national percentile. I also have great experience as a tutor for the Reading SAT, as this is one of my most requested subjects.
I took Trigonometry two years before most students, and passed the class with an "A". I later moved on to take AP Calculus and college-level Calculus 2 - both of which use trigonometric concepts. I have also tutored students in trig and precalc (very similar courses) to great success.