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As outlined below, the combination of academic excellence, an advanced degree in math and success as a tutor/teacher represent my qualifications. I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from elementary grades to high

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Our goal was to have our daughter increase her Math SAT score by at least 30 points. Ken exceeded our expectations and she scored 40 points higher. We are so thrilled and so is she. She has been accepted into 4 nursing schools, and we expect she will be accepted into more because she was able to meet the criteria. Ken is patient and reliable. We highly recommend him.

Ken was extremely patient with our daughter and opened her eyes to a better way of solving math problems. He was always on time and easy to reach. I highly recommend Ken to anyone with math issues.

Ken has been a wonderful tutor for my son this summer. He is very thorough with his preparation for the lessons and together they have been able to make steady progress. 10/10/13... to follow up, my son is doing great and has been very well prepared for the material they are working on in class thanks to your lessons.

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ACT Math,
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ACT English,
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As outlined below, the combination of academic excellence and an advanced degree in math and success as a tutor/teacher represent my qualifications.

I graduated in the top 5 of my high school senior class of 600 students and was awarded a full scholarship to Colgate University.

At Colgate University I majored in math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. This level of academic performance qualifies me in areas like English, math, etc.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses including algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from elementary grades to high school, SAT/ACT preparation, etc.

After majoring in math and graduating Magna Cum Laude from Colgate with a 3.86 Grade Point Average I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh where I earned a Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 30 undergraduate courses in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely. This teaching of a wide variety of math subjects qualifies me to handle the tutoring for the ACT and SAT math exams.

I have also enjoyed tutoring a wide variety of math topics to children of all ages, my own grandchildren and high school students in ACT and SAT courses.

After graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Colgate University with a major in mathematics I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate courses in algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely. Algebra 1 was among these courses

I have also enjoyed tutoring students of ALL ages in a wide variety of Math topics.

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Colgate University with a major in mathematics.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate courses in Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely.Algebra 2 was among these courses.

I have also enjoyed tutoring a wide variety of Math topics to children of all ages, including my grandchildren.

The combination of academic excellence, an advanced degree in math and success as a tutor/teacher represent my qualifications.

At Colgate University I majored in math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. This level of academic performance qualifies me in areas like English, math, science, arts, etc.

I was then awarded a teaching fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandchildren) in a wide variety of topics and have received excellent feedback. My students range from elementary grades to high school, SAT/ACT preparation,etc.

As outlined below, the combination of academic excellence, an advanced degree in math and success as a tutor/teacher represent my qualifications. I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from elementary grades to high school including SAT/ACT, SSAT and ASTBE test preparation.

At Colgate University I majored in math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. This level of academic performance qualifies me in areas like English, math, science, arts, etc.

I was then awarded a teaching fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses including algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc.

During my career as an IT executive at GE I was chosen to work with Harvard Graduate School faculty members to develop courses to be taught to IT managers at GE's Crotonville executive training center. Also while employed at GE I taught computer programming at a high school during the evening.

While employed at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center I was appointed to the faculty of their Total Quality Management (TQM) program to teach TQM statistical processes to doctors, other clinicians and administrative personnel.

I have also tutored/taught via remote technology but prefer personal sessions.

Implementing new systems and streamlining operations, I am a strong IT professional with extensive leadership experience featuring over 25 years in Information Technology. Working with Fortune 500 companies such as GE, Anthem BC/BS, Mayo Clinic, EDS and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center I have delivered large scale projects on time and under budget.

I have managed as many as 250 people including software developers, Computer Operations personnel and user technical support personnel.

I graduated in the top 5 of my high school senior class of 600 students and was awarded a full scholarship to Colgate University.

At Colgate University I majored in math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. This level of academic performance qualifies me in areas like English, math, etc.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandchildren)from elementary grades to high school, SAT/ACT preparation, etc.

At Colgate University I majored in Math and got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA.

I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in Math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 college undergraduate courses including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, etc.

I have also tutored students of all ages including my grand-kids.

I really enjoy teaching/tutoring.

I graduated in the top 5 students in my high school senior class of 600 and was awarded a full four year scholarship to Colgate University.

At Colgate University I majored in math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses including algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from elementary grades to high school, SAT/ACT preparation,etc.

Also, during my career as an IT executive at GE I was chosen to work with Harvard Graduate School faculty members to develop courses to be taught to IT managers at GE's Crotonville executive training center. I have also taught programming.

I have around 30 years of experience as an IT professional. I have programmed operating system software for IBM.

As a manager I have managed up to 250 personnel including business analysts, programmers, computer operators and Help Desk (technical support) personnel.

Taught programming classes at night in a local community college.

I graduated from Colgate University with a BS degree in Math. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with an MS in Math. I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to Pittsburgh and taught approximately 20 college undergraduate Math courses in a wide variety of Math subjects.

One of the subjects was Geometry.

I have also enjoyed tutoring public school students in a wide variety of Math topics to children of all ages, including my grandchildren.

I have been an IT professional for about 30 years.

Microsoft Outlook was used in every position I held in approximately 12 major corporations where I was either an IT employee or an IT consultant.

I have personally used it to manage my e-mail, schedule/reschedule meetings, establish recurring meetings, provide attachments, verify attendance,etc.

I have also created /managed/updated lots of folders.

I have a Master's degree in Math which I got through a Teaching Fellowship. As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 college undergraduate courses in algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc. and enjoyed it immensely. I also spent a lot of time helping struggling students during off hours on a voluntary basis. Prealgebra was not specifically among the courses I taught but I did teach both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2.

I have also enjoyed tutoring students of differing ages in a wide variety of Math topics. I have tutored children ranging from the third grade thru high school including my own grandchildren using tools like their textbooks,their homework assignments, math games, flashcards, the Internet, etc.

After graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Colgate University with a 3.86 GPA and a major in mathematics I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 25 undergraduate courses in algebra, calculus, trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely. Calculus 1 was among these courses

I have also enjoyed tutoring students of ALL ages in a wide variety of Math topics including test preparation for SAT,SSAT, ASTBE.Accuplacer,etc.

At Colgate University I majored in Math, got a BS with a 3.85 overall GPA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. This level of academic performance qualifies me in areas like English, Math,Science,Arts, etc.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh which funded my MS in Math. As part of the fellowship I taught approximately 20 undergraduate Math courses including Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry,etc.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from Elementary grades to High School, SAT/ACT preparation,etc.

I have a Masters (MS) in Math that I earned at the University of Pittsburgh. My undergraduate degree was from Colgate University where my GPA was 3.86. I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to attend Pittsburgh. As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses in algebra, calculus,geometry etc.

I enjoyed teaching college students and have also enjoyed tutoring students of ALL ages in Math topics.

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Colgate University with a GPA of 3.86 and majored in mathematics.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate courses in Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely. This teaching of a wide variety of Math subjects qualifies me to handle the breadth of the SAT math exam

I have also enjoyed tutoring a wide variety of Math topics to children of all ages, including my grandchildren.

I have enjoyed tutoring and teaching students of ALL ages (including my own grandkids) in a wide variety of topics from elementary grades to high school, SAT/ACT preparation (Math and English), etc.

During my career as an IT executive at GE, I was chosen to work with Harvard Graduate School faculty members to develop courses to be taught to IT managers at GE's Crotonville executive training center. Also while employed at GE I taught computer programming at a high school during the evening.

While employed at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center I was appointed to the faculty of their Total Quality Management (TQM) program to teach TQM statistical processes to doctors, other clinicians and administrative personnel.

I truly enjoy teaching/tutoring.

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Colgate University with a GPA of 3.86 and, although my major was mathematics, my GPA attests to my excellence in reading comprehension and verbal aptitude.

I was then awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate courses in Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, etc., and enjoyed it immensely. This teaching of a wide variety of Math subjects qualifies me to handle the breadth of the SSAT quantative math exam.

I have also enjoyed tutoring a wide variety of Math topics to children of all ages, including my grandchildren.

After graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Colgate University I was awarded a Teaching Fellowship to the University of Pittsburgh to attain my Master's in Mathematics.

As a teaching fellow I taught approximately 20 undergraduate math courses and enjoyed it immensely. Trigonometry was among these courses.

I have also enjoyed tutoring students of ALL ages in a wide variety of topics including SAT, SSAT, Algebra, Geometry, etc.

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