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As an undergraduate I completed the self-paced Precalculus course at UMBC in just 5 weeks and was hired immediately as a tutor. I quickly became the head tutor for the Learning Resources Center at UMBC and the tutor most sought after. As a senior I was the President of the Sigma Pi Tau (Society of Professional Tutors) honor society at UMBC. I

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My daughter really enjoyed David. He was patient with her and really spent time teaching her, which is what I wanted for her. She got a lot just out of the first session. I cannot wait for her next one and really appreciate how much David helped her.

Great tutor session as always. I have another one in two weeks. I will be using David fir the duration of my college math classes and I'm studying to be a engineer so there will be a lot.

My daughter just started with David, but she felt very comfortable with his teaching style. She is looking forward to more sessions with David, and I am thankful that she will be catching up on her Algebra thanks to David.

David has been tutoring my daughter for the past few weeks in Algebra II & Chemistry, and he's been great! My daughter attends online high school and the platform it is administered from carries so many deficiencies in the way the material is presented, teachers inconsistencies, grading, etc. David is able to weed through, the convoluted instructions, and instruct my daughter the important material she needs to understand.Thanks so much!

David immediately returned our message and although we were afraid Dalton would be to far to travel David assured us he would be happy to come to tutor our daughter. We set up an appointment, and David ran a little late but called to let us know which was fine. He evaluated our daughter's math and reading skills and came up with a plan of action. David told my husband and I that he loved working with students and it was very evident watching him work with her. I very highly recommend David to any one looking for a tutor for their child.

I was very pleased with my interaction with David. He is punctual, enthusiastic, and seems to really enjoy math. Some people teach because it is a paycheck and some people teach because they want to share their knowledge and to help others along. David is the latter. He really wants to help others along and he does so in a way that is understandable. Obtaining his services took a huge load off of my back.

David was extremly helpful and patient with my son. He helped him understand the concepts of calculus and was great in getting him ready for various tests.

Helped me review math skills for the GRE. Very patient with me and made sure I understood each problem presented to me.

Thanks so much Mr. F., I know she will work hard. It was her first lesson with you and I am quite sure she did feel uneasy with all the knowledge you have. I believe she'll try hard.

Again, Thanks so much. She says you are a wonderful teacher and I think so too. God Bless!!

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I am well versed in all levels of Math from the elementary level to senior level Mathematics. I an a professional trainer employed by the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission. A few years ago I took the Graduate Records Exam to work on a post graduate degree and received a perfect score of 800 on the Mathematics portion. The GRE and ACT are two very different exams, but the study and preparation methods are very similar for both.

I was an advanced student in middle school and started taking Algebra I in the 8th grade. I have tutored Algebra at the basic level for both high school and college students. I am familiar and comfortable with set theory, Cartesian coordinate graphing, algebraic laws, exponential operations and simultaneous equations, just to name a few. I am very confident that I can explain all areas of Algebra I to improve your knowledge and your ease in this subject.

I was an advanced student in middle school and started taking Algebra I in the 8th grade and Algebra II in the 9th. I have tutored Algebra at the basic and advanced level for both high school and college students. I am familiar and comfortable with set theory, Cartesian coordinate graphing, algebraic laws, exponential operations and simultaneous equations, just to name a few. I am very confident that I can explain all areas of Algebra I and II to improve your knowledge and your ease in this subject.

When I joined the Navy there was an armed forces entrance exam. I scored 99 out of 100 on this exam. The armed forces are becoming much more specialized and are demanding more and more of their people every day. The days of judges giving petty criminals the choice of "Go to jail or go in the service" are long past. Now it requires a competency in Math and English in order to pass with a high enough grade to get in the branch of your choice. Just like the physical fitness requirements, there are mental fitness requirements that can be obtained by exercise of your brain similar to the exercise that you put your body through. There is no magic pill, just hard work and exercise to get you there. I can help by showing you the areas in which you need to exert your mental exercises so as to make you fit in mind and body.

I was an advanced student in middle school and started taking Algebra I in the 8th grade and Algebra II in the 9th and so on from there. I have tutored Algebra thru Calculus and Multi Variable Calculus at the college level. When I started college (after 8 years in the Navy) I began in self paced Pre-calculus. I completed the entire course in 5 weeks and was hired the next day as a staff tutor. The next semester after completing Calculus I was made a Calculus tutor and also moved up to a staff position in the Learning Resources Center. I am familiar and comfortable with all aspects of Calculus. I am very confident that I can improve your knowledge and your ease in this subject.

As a Reactor Engineer working for a major utility I was actively involved in the programming of the Vax computer. I wrote programs in BASIC, FORTRAN and C++. In college I took classes in BASIC, COBOL, FORTRAN, PASCAL, PL-1, and C++. I spent a great deal of time tutoring BASIC and FORTRAN.

While a student at the University of Maryland I was one of a very elite group of Computer Science tutors. We were well versed in all of the Microsoft products. As well as the computer programming topics. We were all capable of doing our own computer upgrades. Quit often a computer would need an upgrade in memory or drive space or a new burner to which we were the ones that people would call upon.

FORTRAN is a shortened name for the computer programming language of Formula Translation. Fortran is often used for engineering applications due to its ability to handle complex numerical calculations and equations. I received A's in all of the Fortran courses that I took in college. I used Fortran programming in Reactor Engineering applications at my job at the E. I. Hatch Nuclear Power plant as both a reactor engineer and as a simulator engineer for seventeen years.

I have tutored students in Mathematics for over 30 years. A few years ago I took the Graduate Records Exam to work on a post graduate degree and received a perfect score of 800 on the Mathematics portion. The GRE and GED are two very different exams, but the study and preparation methods are very similar for both. I am very familiar with the math required by the GED exam and have tutored many, many students, from elementary school up through the senior college level with a great deal of success.

I have always been in the accelerated Math classes from primary school on up through college. I have been tutoring Math students for over forty years and have a very adaptive teaching style that can be adjusted to any student's needs. I am very versed in the basic Math skills, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry requirements. Even as early as High School, one of my teachers had me teach a lesson to the class because I was that far ahead and gifted at teaching.

I was an advanced student in middle school and started taking Algebra I in the 8th grade. I have tutored Algebra Multi-Variable Calculus at the college level. When I started college (after 8 years in the Navy) I began in self paced Pre-calculus. I completed the entire course in 5 weeks and was hired the next day as a staff tutor. The next semester after completing Calculus I was made a Calculus tutor and also moved up to a staff position in the Learning Resources Center. I took the GRE after being out of college for 15 years. I scored a perfect 800/800 on the math (quantitative) section and a 720/800 on the logic (qualitative) section. My language/grammar was not great but acceptable 520/800. I am very confident that I can help you with the math portions of the GRE.

I am currently a Senior Reactor Technology Instructor for the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission. I teach new employees about the systems and operation of Boiling Water Reactors. These presentations are prepared and delivered in PowerPoint. Quite often the PowerPoints are basic presentations with graphics incorporated into the slides. Other slides may have sound, videos or animations incorporated in them. I am familiar with the various file formats and presentation options. I am confident that I can help you with your presentations.

I have used Microsoft Windows now for more than 20 years beginning with Windows 3.0. I have also had it as the intro part of various engineering, accounting and computer programming classes.

Windows is the most common computer operating system in the world. Through Windows, we are able to open different sections (windows) for different tasks. Within different windows we are able to run different programs to allow a bevy of tasks at once, also known as multitasking. One window can be running a video, while another runs a word processor and still another runs a file management program allowing you to sort and move files among various subdirectories. The Windows platform integrates all of those DOS commands that had to be entered individually.

For eight years I served in the Navy. Deployed onboard ships there is a lot of free time while not on a watch station. During this free time the favorite pastime is to play poker. All of those years of experience and having a very good concept of numbers and probability has given me an edge when playing. With the new Texas Holdem format, versus 5 or 7 card stud or draw poker I have played many hours in non-cash internet sites. I always manage to maintain a positive credit flow and calculate when my opponent is bluffing.

I have always been in the accelerated Math classes from primary school on up through college. I have been tutoring Math students for over forty years and have a very adaptive teaching style that can be adjusted to any student's needs. I am very versed in the basic Math skills and Pre-Algebra requirements. Even as early as High School, one of my teachers had me teach a lesson to the class because I was that far ahead and gifted at teaching.

As an undergraduate I completed the self-paced Precalculus course at UMBC in just 5 weeks and was hired immediately as a tutor. I quickly became the head tutor for the Learning Resources Center at UMBC and the tutor most sought after. As a senior I was the President of the Sigma Pi Tau (Society of Professional Tutors) honor society at UMBC. I graduated in 3 1/2 years with a 3.25 GPA in Mathematics. A few years ago I had to take the GRE to work on a post graduate degree. I received a perfect score of 800 on the Mathematics portion which is mostly precalculus level Mathematics.

I worked as a Math tutor in the University of Maryland system during my entire undergraduate period. I spent the majority of my time tutoring introductory Math and Precalculus. Precalculus covers all of the math required for the SAT. I have tutored students in all levels of Math for over 30 years and prefer the precalculus level of mathematics. The areas of the Math involved in the SAT are very familiar to me. And with proper coaching and direction in your areas needing improvement you can be very successful on the SAT. I know Math and have a proven track record in teaching it to others.

I have a degree in Mathematics. Trigonometry is taught extensively in Pre-Calculus. Pre-Calculus is my favorite subject to teach and I have taught a great deal of Trigonometry. While taking High School Trig I was so advanced in the subject that the teacher had me teach one of the more advanced lessons on the logs of trigonometric functions.

I sing Lead in a Barbershop Harmony Society registered quartet. We sing in the Barbershop acapella style. I have been a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society for eight years and a member of quartet for seven. We perform as a 501(c)3 organization both as a chorus and as a quartet. Although I can not read music in its entirety, I am familiar enough to with notes, times, rhythm, vowel shaping, tonal control and stage presence to be able to help most aspiring performers.

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