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“**Dottie is awesome!**”

I have taught math for the past forty years. I have a love for teaching math to students and adults desiring to learn the concepts of math. I have taught college students and adults, high school students, middle school students, as well as individuals.

My experience has been with both private and public schools. I taught college math

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Dottie has worked with my daughter on ACT math review. My daughter needs to bring her math score up, and Dottie has been working through math practice tests, helping her review and master all types of math concepts and problems.

Dottie is pleasant to schedule with, and she has flexible availability.

Wendy, thank you for your kind feedback. I know she will make a higher score on her math ACT test. I wish her the best as she takes the exam. She has shown a great improvement in her math grades, and she deserves 'kudos' from all of us. Again thank you, Dottie B.

Ms. Dottie was a truly delightful tutor. She was very patient and gave positive encouragement! She connected well with my students and was able to help them accomplish their goals.

Miss Dottie is a wonderful and kind Math tutor. She tutored my 13 year old child in pre-algebra and algebraic slopes. After only one two-hour session, my child went from failing in her first semester with only one day before her final exam, to a passing 70!! I am very pleased with Miss Dottie and my child's progress. I know with subsequent sessions this grade will vastly improve. I recommend Miss Dottie for tutoring as she is kind and prompt and works with my child's Teacher to create a well laid plan for my child's success! Thank you Miss Dottie!

Lisa Ann,

I didn't know that Isabel made a 70 for her final exam grade. I can not take all the credit for this. Isabel's teacher gave me concepts to teach Isabel and Isabel was diligent in learning and applying these learned concepts. I know she will surprise her teacher and herself by being the 'most improved student' in her class by the end of this school year!!

Thanks for your kind feedback,

Ms Dottie, I would like to say thank you. Thank you for the patience and your time you had helping me obtain my GED. At my age I thought it would be impossible for me to understand algebra and geometry. Thank you for teaching me how to apply the formulas and algebra equation. Believe it or not Ms Dottie. I pass my GED test with and average score of 534. I'm enrolled now at Chattanooga State, in the career field of Industrial Electricity. With a attitude of (I CAN DO THIS) and you encouraging me.

I succeeded in obtaining one of my goals.

THANK YOU.

Antonio,

I'm so proud of you. I knew you could pass the GED, I just wasn't sure if you knew it!!

Please keep me posted on your success at ChattState. I'm not sure what Industrial Electricity involves, but I'm sure mathematics will be very much in the picture!!

Thank you for your very kind message.

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The ACT (American College Test) and SAT are the two standardized tests accepted by most colleges and universities for admissions purposes. The ACT tends to be more popular in the South and Midwest. The exam has a multiple choice section covering math, English, reading, and science. It also has an optional writing test in which students plan and write a short essay.

The American College Test (ACT) and SAT are the two standardized tests accepted by most colleges and universities for admissions purposes. The ACT tends to be more popular in the South and Midwest. The exam has a multiple choice section covering math, English, reading, and science. It also has an optional writing test in which you plan and write a short essay.

The ACT (American College Test) and SAT are the two standardized tests accepted by most colleges and universities for admissions purposes. The ACT tends to be more popular in the South and Midwest. The exam has a multiple choice section covering math, English, reading, and science. It also has an optional writing test in which students plan and write a short essay.

The ACT (American College Test) and the SAT are the two standardized tests accepted by most colleges and universities for admission purposes. The ACT tends to be more popular in the South and Midwest. The exam has a multiple choice section covering math, English and science. It also has an optional writing test in which the students plan and write a short essay.

Algebra is essentially arithmetic with some of the numbers replaced by letters or variables. Initially, algebra referred to equation solving, but now it encompasses the language of algebra and the patterns of reasoning. The rules of algebra are basically the same as the rules for arithmetic.

For Algebra 2, your knowledge of the following fundamental ideas is assumed. They are: Natural numbers, Whole numbers, Integers, Rational numbers, Irrational numbers, Real numbers, Rules for positive and negative numbers, Exponents and Logarithms, Grouping symbols, Order of operations, Scientific notation, and Absolute value.

The ASVAB is the most widely used multiple- aptitude test battery in the world. It was originally designed to predict future academic and occupational success in the military occupations. Since its introduction in 1968, the ASVAB has been the subject of extensive research. Numerous validation studies indicate the ASVAB assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of occupations. The test gives students a good sense of their verbal, math, and science and technical skills compared to other students in the same grade.

The General Educational Development (GED) tests are a series of examinations designed to determine whether the person taking them has the literacy and computational skills equivalent to those of the upper two-thirds of the students currently graduating from high school in the United States. The tests measure broad concepts and general knowledge, not how well you remember details, precise definitions, or historical facts. Thus, the tests do not penalize persons lacking recent academic or classroom experience.

I have taught geometry in high school. I have tutored tutored students in geometry on the ACT and the SAT tests. Also, I have tutored GED students in geometry.

Before you can really understand algebra, you need to feel comfortable with basic mathematical operations and what is commonly called pre-algebra. Some of the essentials to get you ready for an easy transition in the world of algebra are as follows: properties of basic mathematical operations, multiplying and dividing using zero, powers and exponents, square roots and cube roots, approximating and simplifying square roots, signed numbers and fractions, decimals, percents and scientific notation.

I taught precalculus in the Hamilton County High Schools. I also taught college algebra at UTC for many years. Math is something I love and love to teach.

I have tutored students for the PSAT, the SAT and the ACT. Since math is largely a part of the PSAT, my background in teaching math at UTC and in HCDE high school and middle school has given me the experience to help students pass the PSAT.

The SAT is the most widely used standardized test for college admissions. The exam is created and administered by College Board. It covers three subject areas: critical reading, mathematics and writing. Students have 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam. Each section is worth 800 points, so the highest possible score is 2400. The exam is offered seven times a year: January, March, May, June, October, November and December. The SAT is designed to measure critical thinking and problem solving skills that are essential for success in college.

For the past 35 years I have been teaching and tutoring students in mathematics and science as well as GED, ACT and SAT tests. I have taught study skills to many unorganized students in middle school, high school and college. Where needed, I include organization skills along with how to study and where to study for the best results in learning. My experience has been with both private and public schools. I taught college math for twenty years at the University of Tennessee Chattanoga as an adjunct professor.

I have taught math in high school and college. Trigonometry is included in algebra 3 courses in high school. Trigonometry is also included college algebra courses, which I have taught in the university.

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