I am an expert in math and I certainly know all the material pertaining to the ACT test. I had a few lessons with a student who is going to take ACT, and I tutored him in the test preparation. I also tutored him in the simple test strategies.
I have taken various science classes since high school. Classes I took included: chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy. I am also a professional scientist, who practices scientific methods and does scientific analysis of the data.
I have known algebra since high school and I used to help my classmates with it all the time. Since then I learned math all the way to Calc 3 , complex variable functions, and other graduate school level classes.
I had astronomy in high school. I will also teach Introductory Astronomy in the next semester. Additionally, I studied astronomy independently since I was 10.
I had minor in chemistry as undergraduate student. I took several courses in chemistry, including general chemistry, chemical kinetics, and a few others.
I took a special course "Differential Equations" as an undergraduate student. Later I also took a course "Mathematical Methods in Physics," which involved solving differential equations with partial derivatives.
I have more than 20 years of knowledge of geometry, all the way up to high level of geometry at undergraduate courses level. I also had minor in Chemistry and took several classes in General, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics, and Chemical Thermodynamics.
I tutored GMAT physics to a prospective medical school student. I devised questions to probe her understanding, explained concepts, and helped her to master problem solving techniques.
I took a course in linear algebra during my undergraduate studies. I have also used linear algebra in physics courses extensively. Additionally, I have experience teaching physics with the application of linear algebra to students.
I am a professional physicist, who studied physics since 7th grade. I have taken general physics courses, theoretical physics courses, and experimental courses in physics. I also tutored physics and related topics to many students. I also was a TA for the physics courses at my Ph. D. institution.
Ph.D. in physics with the GPA 4.0. Worked as a teaching assistant for 2 and a half years, taught at summer camps. I have been tutoring a student in physics for the past three months.
I've known prealgebra since 5th grade. I also taught this subject for one semester to 6th grade students in 1995, back in Russia. I also tutored it to few kids in US. I usually use practical problems to connect material covered to the real-life situations.
I have taken Calculus, all the way to Calc III, so I have extensive knowledge of Precalculus. I also tutored it to several people over the 2013-2014 year. I had pre-calculus in my high school, completing accelerated mathematics program.
I am a native speaker. I believe this is enough. In addition, I always had straight A's for Russian language and literature at school.
I have been tutoring a student in SAT math, practicing problem solving with him, covering test curriculum. We also practice test strategies. I also teach extra information, which might be helpful in finding useful shortcuts to solve the problems.
I took trigonometry as part of my algebra course in middle and high school. I also took more advanced courses, where trigonometry and trigonometric functions have been extensively used. One of those courses would be Linear Algebra, where scalar and vector products of vectors involve trigonometric functions.