I have tutored in my university and privately for almost 2 years in every undergraduate Math topic. I have a complete head to toe mastery of Algebra, as it's used in all levels of Mathematics.
Algebra II is often a challenging topic for students because it is the transitional piece from "basic" math to "advanced". As an undergraduate in mathematics all algebra II topics rear themselves again and again in Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics and so on. Because of this I have a great understanding and a multitude of practice.
I have extensively independently studied nutrition, exercise/fitness (particularly with resistance, and stretching). I was also the president of my high school's weightlifting club (for 3 years), to which our club helped train a member to 2nd in the state for his weight-class (in power-lifting).
I have been tutoring all types of Mathematics since I was a sophomore in college. I worked in my university's tutoring center and also tutored privately for many ranges of Math as well as many ages. On my exams for math teaching, my highest scores of which were in Calculus, I placed in the top 15% in the country. I feel I can help any student with any Mathematical topic.
I have a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, have three years of Varsity Wrestling experience, and have the equivalent of a blue belt in Brazilian Jujitsu currently (am studying).
I have extensive knowledge in the areas of diet and exercise, and have even conducted research and experimentation on particular diets (particularly psychotropics and their affect on the human brain). I also have received A's in all exercise or nutrition related courses I've taken.
I have a grand slam score in all areas of the Praxis I, as well as a virtuoso understanding in its Math segment as I am a Math major. Also it is practically a copy of the SAT, of which I have tutored and taken to great success.
I have a deep and well versed understanding in most areas math, as I practice it daily, am a JMT, and have completed a Bachelor's in Mathematics and Education.
Precalculus is the backbone of Calculus and introduces students to many topics including Matrix Algebra. I have an excellent understanding of this course because it's referenced and used repeatedly in all the math courses after it.
I speak to crowds in different venues. I was a student ambassador for a year and had to speak in front of 40-150 students at many times, and on many topics (from studying, to college transition, and a few others). Speeches were improvised many times, and also prepared just as many times. I also represented my college and had to speak in front of crowds professors and even some politicians for small stints.
All speaking related courses in college I've received an A or B+.
I scored in the top 15% nationally in the Praxis II. I feel prepared to teach any material from the SAT math because the Praxis II for Math is essentially a college version of the SAT math. The SAT math portion covers all topics up to Algebra II, all of which I am well acquainted.
Trigonometry is a bread and butter of mine. It combines all the pieces of Math I enjoy most because it requires analysis as well as logical understandings of shapes.