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I cannot say enough about Kevin. My recent statistics course has been the most challenging class I have experienced in my academic career thus far. I struggled with the material, but Kevin walked me through it every step of the way. He was not only dedicated and well prepared, but he took a great deal of time between our sessions to construct study guides specific to my needs. He was always available when I needed him, and he was willing to answer emails and text messages between sessions. I worked with Kevin for a total of three months and in that time he maintained a high level of both enthusiasm and professionalism. He exceeded my expectations, and I can't imagine that there could be tutor out there who can do a better job. I feel as though I received my money's worth, but more importantly, I reached my goals for the class. There is no way I could have done this without Kevin's help. There is no question about it: if you need help with statistics, Kevin should be your first choice.

Kevin tutored me on statistics. He is very knowledgeable and above all very patient. Initially I was very nervous but when I had my lesson with Kevin, he simplified it and the content was well understood.

Kevin is very patient and meticulous. He explains the subject matter in an easy to understand manner and has helped my son greatly. My son was failing Algebra II, but on his last test, he made a 92! Thanks Kevin!

Kevin is great, he is a God Send. I really needed someone who could help me understand and apply Algebra concepts, and now I am able to continue with my online classes because of him. He is very knowledgeable and precise in the subject.

I love when Mr. H actually lets me work out the problems and then tells me what I'm doing wrong! It helps me because at the end of the day, I won't have him by my side when I'm taking the test.

My son was halfway through the quarter and was struggling in algebra 2. Four sessions with Kevin yielded a 97, 98 and a 94 on his midterm. He is a great teacher and has explains concepts in a way my son understands!

I have never seen my son so excited and encouraged as I have the past week. All the credit goes to Kevin for his excellent tutoring skills. My son is actually excited about math and really "wants" to understand it. Instead of struggling for hours a day to understand the concept of the equations, he is now actually completing them with confidence! Kevin shows my son easier ways to solve for the unknown to where he completely understands it. It is all starting to make sense to him.

Thanks Kevin for making all the difference!

Great job! My son struggles learning Geometry in a busy classroom setting but quickly comprehends everything Kevin covers in their tutoring sessions.

Kevin is a great tutor he's very patient and he breaks things down so that you can understand it better and when you're mathematically challenged 'like myself' that's very important, especially when your learning advance level math.

Kevin was my life line for Statistics which was 1 of 3 classes I had to complete in my last semester to graduate from Western Carolina University. We had a total of 8 sessions 1 for each week, since my classes are accelerated, and if I had any issues when I got home he would help over the phone to explain things again. Math is for sure not my topic, and he did not get mad at me or irritated when I didn't understand something for the 1,000th time. He not only taught me how to do the work, but he did the work at home on his own time prior to meeting him each time to verify it was correct and then re-did it during our tutoring session so he could show me the correct way. He is by far the best tutor I have ever had, and I have had a few. I would recommend him for sure to anyone needing help with math, especially if you are like me and have never been good at it and need it to graduate college! Kevin, as always, Thank You!

Kevin knows his subjects. He is on time, prepared, and spends the entire time working with his students. Wish he tutored in all subjects! VERY PLEASED!

Communication with Kevin prior to our first tutoring session was smooth and he was very prompt with his replies. Kevin immediately set up a game plan for how he will help me with my pre-Algebra. I didn't know what to expect at our first tutoring session. We met at a neutral location and got to work right away on the material. Kevin is energetic, professional and makes sure I understand the material. I look forward to improving my math grade with Kevin's tutoring assistance!

kevin has been very helpful in boosting my son's confidence in math. He doing very well and

in the top of his class as a result of kevin's tutoring. Kevin is very good about updating

on strengths and weaknesses with students. I love his genuine interest in his students.

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The ACT test provides college admissions officers with a non-biased assessment of a high school student's academic readiness for college. The ACT's math section covers high school geometry, algebra 1 and algebra 2. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects. The ACT is more knowledge based than the trickier SAT. Thus, the ACT provides a fairer depiction of a student's true math skills and if they can handle advanced math.

Algebra 1 expands on pre-algebra concepts discussed in previous grade levels. Common core math discusses algebra 1 concepts mainly in its Math 2 high school course. Math 2 focuses its algebra on the proper interpretation of quadratic equations and quadratic functions. Math 1 is more closely linked to traditional pre-algebra.

Common core math spreads out algebra 2 among Math 1, 2 and 3 high school courses. Math 1 introduces students to the idea of a function and its basic characteristics. Math 2 mainly discusses quadratic equations and quadratic functions. Math 3 provides a solid understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level math courses.

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) test is for students seeking to enter the military service or to identify job-related interests for suitable employment. The math covered on this exam spans from elementary number sense to non-advanced high school math. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects.

In high school I obtained a top score on the Advanced Placement Calculus AB exam. This allowed me to bypass taking Calculus I as a freshman at North Carolina State University. At the completion of my undergraduate curriculum, I received an "A+" in Calculus II (more integration based) and Calculus III (multivariable calculus).

The Common Core, according to www.corestandards.org, is a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA). These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do at the end of each grade within K-12. The standards were created, supposedly, with the intention of having all high school students graduate with the prerequisite skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in college, career, and life, regardless of where they live. The Common Core has been adopted by most of the United States. The North Carolina State Board of Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction adopted Common Core starting in the 2012-2013 academic year. I tutor all math subjects covered underneath the Common Core Standards.

The motion of various real world phenomena can be described and modeled through the use of ordinary differential equations. The course mainly provides rigorous study of first and second order ordinary differential equations. This includes the use of calculus, Laplace transforms and linear algebra as important methods to solve them. As a sophomore at North Carolina State University I received an "A" in an ordinary differential equations course. This course was part of my undergraduate curriculum toward obtaining my bachelor's degree in meteorology.

The GED (General Educational Development) test provides an opportunity for equivalency to a high school diploma. It also allows for entry into the workplace and to pursue higher education. The math covered on the GED encompasses material from elementary number sense to non-advanced high school math. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects.

High school geometry expands on spatial recognition concepts discussed in previous grade levels. Common core math spreads out high school geometry among Math 1, 2 and 3 courses. Math 1 links algebraic formulas for midpoint, distance and slope of a line with the coordinate plane. Math 2 discusses transformations of figures, congruence/similarity theorems and basic trigonometry. Math 3 mostly focuses on a robust understanding of circles and their interaction with lines, line segments and established angles.

The GRE General test provides a non-biased assessment of an undergraduate's readiness for graduate-level courses and academic research. The GRE General's math section covers high school geometry, algebra 1 and algebra 2. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects.

The ISEE (Independent School Entrance Exam) is a test for students seeking admission to private middle schools or high schools. The actual specific ISEE test taken (Primary, Lower, Middle , or Upper) depends upon the student's grade level. Thus, the math covered on this exam encompasses material from elementary number sense to non-advanced high school math. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects. The SSAT, akin to the ISEE, is a similar admissions test for private middle and high schools that I also prepare students to master its math sections.

Pre-algebra expands on number sense concepts discussed in previous grade levels. Common core math discusses pre-algebra concepts mainly in its Math 1 high school course. Math 1 introduces students to the idea of a function and its main characteristics. Math 2 is more closely linked to traditional algebra 1.

Pre-calculus involves the understanding of advanced trigonometry, advanced functions, analytic geometry, and data analysis. I excelled at pre-calculus in high school and I know that this course provides substantial preparation for future calculus courses taken in high school or in college.

At North Carolina State University, I excelled in a "Probability and Statistics for the Physical Sciences" course. This data-intensive and inferential course was required for me to obtain my Bachelor’s degree in meteorology. Therefore, I mainly tutor undergraduate-level probability concepts.

The PSAT/NSMQT test provides a non-biased assessment of a high school student's academic readiness for college. The PSAT/NSMQT's math covers high school geometry, algebra 1 and algebra 2. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects. Taking the PSAT/NSMQT allows for automatic screening into the National Merit® Scholarship Program (an annual academic competition for recognition and college undergraduate scholarships).

The SAT test provides college admissions officers with a non-biased assessment of a high school student's academic readiness for college. The SAT's math covers high school geometry and algebra 2. I am already well qualified to tutor those math subjects.

At North Carolina State University, I excelled in a "Probability and Statistics for the Physical Sciences" course. This data-intensive and inferential course was required for me to obtain my Bachelor’s degree in meteorology. Therefore, my statistics background is mainly on the undergraduate level but I also tutor graduate-level statistics.

The study of pre-calculus includes the understanding and manipulating of various trigonometric equations, identities and formulas. This trigonometry is more advanced than what is encountered in middle school and high school geometry. I excelled at this advanced trigonometry in high school and I know that it is absolutely essential for future calculus courses.

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