I specialize in MCAT
tutoring. Having taken the MCAT myself in 2013, I remain familiar with just about everything you need to know to do well on the MCAT. I can advise you about what is going to be tested on the 2014 or early 2015 MCAT exam, and how to best prepare for it. While I was studying for the exam, I thoroughly studied nearly all questions in most of the MCAT prep books, like Examkrackers, The Berkeley Review, AAMC Practice Tests and Self Assessments, and The Princeton Review's Verbal Workbook. I would be happy to help you out with any of those question or passages, as well as, any others. I also offer guided study plans for students starting from scratch.
To provide you with a little history
about myself, I've had a lot of experience tutoring. In fact, I've tutored my peers ever since childhood. I've always had a talent and passion for science
, and enjoyed teaching others. In high school, I was credited with helping several peers dubbed as "C
-students" make their way to getting A's in Algebra
. I continued tutoring students off and on throughout college. Several years ago, I graduated from Northeastern University's Honors Program cum laude, with a double major and minor. And as mentioned above, took the MCAT in 2013 with excellent results.
24 hours notice required
First lesson is free. If you find my lessons helpful, you will begin paying after the 1st lesson.
Travels within 40 miles of Boston, MA 02108
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Velocity times time equals position. There you go!
To calculate a 24% profit, multiply by 1.24. To find the original price of the home before the increase, you calculate a 24% loss to counteract the 25% gain.
$260400 divided by 1.24 = $210,000.00 was the original price
To increase a number by 25% means to multiply it by 1.25. I'll demonstrate:
n(1.25) + 11 = 51
n(1.25) = 51 - 11
n(1.25) = 40
n = 40/1.25
n = 32
(32)(1.25) + 11 = 51