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“**Algebra 2, Outstanding Results!**”

I have taught at three Universities and at four High Schools, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses. I have extensive experience teaching in a classroom setting, small group, or one-on-one. My specialty is Science and Math but I can also teach a wide variety of subjects. I have a lot of experience tutoring students

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Jeff is a great Algebra 2 tutor. My daughter was struggling and had an F in the class. After a few sessions with Jeff, she received an A on the final 3rd quarter exam and was able to make up a few missing homework assignments. With Jeff's assistance, my daughter ended the quarter with a B, which was fantastic. eff is very professional, knowledgeable and patient. He is highly recommended for any high school math tutoring.

Dr M. was willing to meet me and go over GRE math questions. He was a great resource. He knows what he is doing and has helped me feel more confident with my studies.

Jeff started tutoring my son in the beginning of his 11th grade year for trigonometry. He was very patient and re-explained everything to my son in an easier to understand format. In the first quarter my son got a C on his report card. In the 2nd quarter he got a B. The next semester he took pre calculus. For both the 3rd and fourth quarter he received a B which has helped his accumulated GPA go up. During the last few weeks he has been tutoring my son to help him prepare for his upcoming SAT test. He not only has helped my son with his school subjects but also has talked to him about his different options with colleges. I would highly recommend Jeff as a tutor.

Thanks Jeff for all that you have done to help Kamea.

Jeffrey gave me a lesson on power point. He was has extensive knowledge and is wiling to take the time to answer all my questions. I would recommend him to friends, family and co-workers who are in need of his services!

Mr Jeffrey is currently helping my son with the math portion of the ASVB test and he is showing great strides with the help of Mr Jeffrey.

My 16 year old son, who had always been excellent in math, was suddenly struggling with C's and D's the 2nd semester of Algebra 2 this year. He just wasn't clicking with his current instructor's teaching style, and said everything was going over his head. But with Jeff's expert and patient help he was able to regain his footing and finish out the year with a B. Better yet, he actually feels prepared for more advanced math. We started late with only a little over a month left in the school year and with a lot of material to cover before the final exam, but somehow they pulled it off. Jeff is always prompt, courteous, and professional and I would highly recommend his services to anyone seeking a math tutor.

Mr. Jeffrey was early and ready to go quickly. Within a few minutes of discussing the immediate issue concerning my wife's math work, he was able to assess her knowledge level and approach the lesson in a way that was proportionate to her experience. As a military member, I had little time to properly seek out a effective tutor, so it was a real relief to find Mr. Jeffrey the first time up. My overall assessment is: "Highly recommended."

Jeff is a good listener and patient teacher who encouraged me to experiment or "play with" my new Mac, iPhone and iPad. My sessions with him are consistently productive. I now feel much more confident and comfortable reaching out to alumni and family through Facebook and Skype. He was able to troubleshoot my Wifi and a tricky problem that slowed my laptop speed intermittently. I brought it to Geeksquad and they couldn't figure it out, but Jeff did. He aslo taught me how to check it out myself if it happens again. He set up my new iPad and dropbox so I can read music on it, a huge improvement for me. I'm 58 and felt more comfortable explaining my ignorance and confusion to him than I did to the much younger previous tutor. That may be because he could understand my confusion over the differences between the PC I'd been used to and the Mac. His consistent promptness and attentiveness to my priorities was a blessing.

I was looking for an ASVAB tutor for my nephew and found Dr. M. He seemed very knowledgeable with great experiences. He is very professional and understanding while tutoring. He is also motivated to help my nephew solve problems and learn the material. Very patient when explaining a problem or the situation. He is also very intimate with what he knows and shares with my nephew to help him better understand the majority of the questions.

Dr. M was very easy to get in touch with and very flexible with the hours he was willing to tutor. He also travels to meet my nephew at his school to make it easier on him.

I highly recommend Dr. Jeffrey M for your tutoring needs!

After our initial meeting, Dr. M took a few minutes to note my concern for this course I am taking. He immediate started to provide clarification on the terminology used by the course, making it easier for me to understand a little better.

Dr. M was very professional and very knowledge in the course subject.

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In High School I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math). When I took the GRE I scored at the 96% on Quantitative Reasoning. I taught High School Math at International School Singapore.

I have a large amount of experience in many science fields. I have a PhD in Zoology, which included 129 semester hours of Biology or Biology related courses (Zoology, Biochemistry, Botany, Physiology). At the US Naval Academy I took 2 semesters each of General Chemistry, Physics, Meteorology, and Oceanography plus one semester each of Fluid Physics, Geology, Waves and Tides, Oceanic and Atmospheric Processes, and Underwater Acoustics. At Navy Nuclear Power School I took Chemistry, Physics, and Nuclear Engineering. In graduate school I tool two semesters of Organic Chemistry and 3 semesters of Ecology. I have taught University level Introduction to Biology/Zoology multiple times, in addition to Freshman Biology and AP Biology. At International School Singapore and St. John’s School I taught sections on Physics, Radiation, and Environmental Science.

In High School, I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math). When I took the GRE I scored at the 96% on Quantitative Reasoning. I taught High School IB Math at International School Singapore and at St John's High School.

I have recently taught Trigonometry, Precalculus, and Geometry at a local high school. I taught Precalculus and Trigonometry at the International School of Singapore. In High School I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math).

I have a PhD in Zoology which included taking two courses in anatomy (Comparative Anatomy and Human Anatomy). I taught Human Anatomy and Physiology at the University of Hawaii. At the International School Singapore I taught IB Science, which included a section on Anatomy.

I have taught high school and university science and math. At the US Naval Academy and at the Navy Nuclear Power School I took a variety of Electrical, Mechanical, and Nuclear Engineering courses. I retired after 21 years in the Navy, qualified in submarines, so I have experience with all aspects of the knowledge required by the military.

I have a PhD in Zoology, which included 129 biology or biology related courses (Zoology, Biochemistry, Botany, Physiology). I have taught Introduction to Biology/Zoology multiple times, in addition to Freshman Biology and AP Biology. I have worked in the Biology field (Aquarium Management)for many years, which included overseeing many Biological Research projects.

In graduate school, I took two semesters of Biometry (Biostatistics). For my PhD Thesis in Zoology I used a lot of Statistical Analysis. I taught Statistical Analysis at St John's School and International School Singapore.

In high school, I took one year of Chemistry. As an undergraduate, I took two semesters of Chemistry and one semester of Chemical Oceanography. In graduate school I took two semesters of Organic Chemistry and one semester of Biochemistry. I have tutored my children in various Chemistry courses.

In High School I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math, including pre-calculus, calculus and analytical geometry (2 semesters), differential equations, and engineering mathematics. These courses included virtually all the topics in Discrete Math. I taught algebra II to freshmen and pre-calculus to juniors and seniors at the International School Singapore.

I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math). When I took the GRE I scored at the 96% on Quantitative Reasoning.

In Graduate School I took 13 semester hours of Ecology classes. The main focus of my PhD research was Behavioral Ecology. I have taught a variety of Biology and Zoology courses at two Universities (Univ of Hawaii and Maryland), including Principles of Zoology, Principles of Biology, Marine Biology, Animal Behavior, and Ichthyology – each of these courses had an Ecology component. The High School courses I taught all had Ecology components.

In High School, I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math). When I took the GRE I scored at the 96% on Quantitative Reasoning. I taught High School IB Math at International School Singapore and at St John's High School.

I have a large amount of experience in many science fields. I have a PhD in Zoology, which included 129 semester hours of Biology or Biology related courses (Zoology, Biochemistry, Botany, Physiology). At the US Naval Academy I took 2 semesters each of General Chemistry, Physics, Meteorology, and Oceanography plus one semester each of Fluid Physics, Geology, Waves and Tides, Oceanic and Atmospheric Processes, and Underwater Acoustics. At Navy Nuclear Power School I took Chemistry, Physics, and Nuclear Engineering. In graduate school I tool two semesters of Organic Chemistry and 3 semesters of Ecology. I have taught University level Introduction to Biology/Zoology multiple times, in addition to High School Freshman Biology and AP Biology. At International School Singapore and St. John’s School I taught sections on Physics, Radiation, and Environmental Science.

I have the most experience teaching science and math but I an also experienced with reading and writing. I taught high school science and math at International School Singapore and St John's High School - these classes included writing assignments.

I have been using personal computers since 1982, and am experienced with Windows and Macintosh Operating Systems, in an office/management environment, the academic world, and with professional printing companies. I am adept with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Acrobat, Photoshop, Quark and many other assorted programs.

Prior to getting a PhD I had to take a diagnostic test that included genetics, which I passed. All the Introduction to Biology/Zoology courses I taught included a section on genetics, covering Punnett squares, dominance, heredity, gene loci/mapping, mutations, gene sequencing, etc. The AP Biology course I taught went into greater detail on all these genetic topics. I feel I was very successful in teaching these difficult concepts.

I taught Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus at Waialua High School, and I taught Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry at the International School Singapore. In high school, I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and a 700 on SAT math. I have tutored my son for the ACT and SAT (he received a 34 and 640 in math).

When I took the GRE I received a 94% or higher on the verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing sections. I have taught a variety of math and science courses in High School and College, which included several writing assignments.

I have been using PowerPoint for presentations for over 15 years. I initially took a seminar in graduate school and have improved my skill through practice and self tutorial. I use PowerPoint extensively when teaching.

In high school I took a year each of chemistry and physics. At the US Naval Academy I took 2 semesters each of General Chemistry, Physics, Meteorology, and Oceanography plus one semester each of Fluid Physics, Geology, Waves and Tides, Oceanic and Atmospheric Processes, and Underwater Acoustics. At Navy Nuclear Power School I took Chemistry, Physics, and Nuclear Engineering. In graduate school I tool two semesters of Organic Chemistry and 3 semesters of Ecology. At International School Singapore and St. John’s School I taught sections on Physics, Radiation, and Environmental Science.

I took a year of Physics in high school and two semesters in college, plus I had Physics in Nuclear Power School. I received an 'A' in all classes. I tutored both my children in Physics and they received an 'A' or 'B'. I also tutored a colleague during graduate school, and he received a 'B'. I have a good grasp of the logic of physics and how to use the formulas.

In High School I took 4 years of math and in undergrad I took 8 semesters of math. I received a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son for the ACT (he received a 34 in math). When I took the GRE I scored at the 96% on Quantitative Reasoning. I taught High School Math at International School Singapore.

I recently taught Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, and Geometry at Waialua High School. I taught Pre-calculus and Trigonometry at the International School Singapore. I have taken courses in pre-calculus, calculus and analytical geometry (2 semesters), differential equations, and engineering mathematics. I have completed over 100 hours tutoring high school math subjects (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and PreCalculus).

I have taken 9 semester hours of Probability and Statistics courses (all “A”s). I taught Probability and Statistics at International School Singapore and St. John’s School (as part of the IB Environment Systems and Societies course). My PhD research included a large amount of statistical analysis, and while supervising research at various aquariums I have advised the researcher on appropriate statistical methods.

I received a 795/650 on my SAT Math/Reading and a 36/27 on my ACT Math/English. I have tutored many students, including my son and daughter, for the ACT and SAT (they received a 670/600 and 640/580 in Math/Reading). I have tutored many students on Reading, English, and Math.

In undergraduate school I took 6 semesters of literature courses (basically a minor in literature), and while working on my PhD I was required to read, analyze, and understand a large variety of written works. I frequently assist my son and daughter with their literature assignments in a variety of courses.

I received a 700 on my SAT Math and a 36 on my ACT Math and I have tutored my son and daughter for the ACT and SAT (they received a 670 and 640 in math).

I received a 795/650 on my SAT Math/Reading and a 36/27 on my ACT Math/English.I have tutored my son and daughter for the ACT and SAT (they received a 670/600 and 640/580 in Math/Reading). I have tutored many students on Reading, English, and Math.

I have taken 9 semester hours of Probability and Statistics courses (all “A”s). I taught Probability and Statistics at International School Singapore and St. John’s School (as part of the IB Environment Systems and Societies course). My PhD research included a large amount of statistical analysis, and while supervising research at various aquariums I have advised the researcher on appropriate statistical methods. I am currently tutoring two MBA students on their statistics.

I taught Trigonometry, pre-calculus, and geometry at a High School. I taught Pre-calculus and Trigonometry at the International School Singapore. I have tutored several students in Trigonometry who all received improved grades.

I have taken courses in Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus and Analytical Geometry (2 semesters), Differential Equations, and Engineering Mathematics.

I have a PhD in Zoology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where I took 55 semester hours of Zoology courses. I have taught a variety of Biology and Zoology courses at two Universities (Univ of Hawaii and Maryland), including Principles of Zoology, Principles of Biology, Marine Biology, Animal Behavior, and Ichthyology. At the two High Schools I taught AP Biology, Environmental Science, and IB Science.

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PhD with experience teaching College and HS (AP, IB) Science and Math