MarkGRE and GMAT - Math, English, and Test Tips & Strategies
Standardized tests are not strong predictors of your success in graduate school or your career. They are, however, fierce gatekeepers. A bad day at the testing center can end your application season; a good score can save you tens of thousands of tuition dollars and wildly open your professional horizons. Studying for these tests is not like studying for your Biology final. It's more like triathlon (or decathlon!) training. My approach breaks down like this:
(1) Focused teaching/review of test content: these tests cover a wide but delimited range of math, grammar, and logic concepts, often disguising how they appear. At whatever pace you need, we'll build your proficiency with the math and verbal content and build your "test literacy"--your expertise in how the exam spins a few dozen concepts into ever-new questions.
(2) Good habits. First and foremost, standardized tests measure how good you are at standardized tests. They measure your time-management, anxiety-management, and endurance at least as much they measure your math and verbal chops. We'll do time trials and stress tests and develop personal techniques for keeping your wits about you come test day.
(3) Homework. No coach can get you through 26.2 miles if you don't do your daily runs. Together, we'll design a rigorous, efficient, and achievable homework schedule that will get you in shape. I can advise you on which study materials to buy and provide some I've written myself.
My test-prep qualifications. Out of college, I taught GRE, GMAT, LSAT, SAT and ACT classes for Kaplan Test Prep. I've tutored independently since 2009. I have perfect or 99th percentile scores on the GRE, SAT, ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, SAT II Writing, SAT II Math IIC, SAT II Physics, AP English Language, AP English Lit AP Calc BC, AP Physics AB, AP US History, and AP European History.
JingjingHow to improve Oral Chinese in an efficient way, English and GMAT tutoring
English: I am offering Chinese class for adults. I started tutoring Chinese 2 years ago. I make personalized teaching plan according to individuals by getting to know my students and help them build realistic plan so they don't get frustrated. My goal is to help students progress step by step and able to talk freely in Chinese in their day to day life.
Try out with me:)
English: I use English like water as I was living abroad for the last 3 years. so if you are seeking a oral partner to practice English, I am the right match. I am happy to share all my learning tips. I hold an IMBA degree, so if you need any tip as to GMAT prep, don"t hesitate to check me out.
KennethGRE/ GMAT / ENGLISH / ECONOMICS / FINANCE PREPARATION
Willing to take up English, GRE/GMAT and Economics and Finance Tutoring.
CAT- 99.26%ile, GRE GMAT equivalent
Graduate in Finance and Economics
I have a strategic approach with regards to exam preparation, especially statically competitive study plan. Class would lay emphasis on core concepts meanwhile sufficient time will be spent on preparing for an exam point of view.
VishnuTeach by making the student clearly understand the concept
I specialise in test preparation and when the student is clear in concept, he/she can solve any type of question which is the requirement for the test preparation. When i teach i concentrate on the aspects of "why, what , how" of a problem and make the concept very clear to the student so that one can solve any type of question related to the topic.
UshiMathematics for SAT, ACT, SAT MATH LEVEL I-II, SSAT, INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE STANDART- HIGH LEVEL, AP-Calculus, GRE , VWO WISKUNDE A-B
I specialize in tutoring mathematics for school and for the tests SAT, ACT, AP-Calculus, IB SL-HL, GRE, GMAT, VWO, HAVO Wiskunde A-B. I have given more than 500 students one to one lessons since 2008. The materials for the lessons will be provided by me, so there is no need to buy extra test books for the preparation.
AnastasiaGMAT tutoring and business school admission coaching
Do you want to join a prestigious Business School or an MBA of excellence?
Graduate of LSE and student at ESSEC, I give courses of preparation to the GMAT (personal score: 730, 96% percentile) as well as entry to the Business Schools and the selection to enter the best MSc and MBA (preparation of the online application file, motivation letter, letters of recommendation, preparation and rehearsals of interviews).
Courses are given in English in full for the GMAT.
During the first appointment, we set the objectives and the learning or admission strategy adapted to your needs and weak points.
For the GMAT, I give you strategies that help you increase the speed and accuracy of your answers as well as better understand the logic of the exam. I also help you practice your math skills as well as the reading and comprehension part of the exam.
The GMAT is a must test to integrate business schools, but it is not the only criterion. To get admission, I help you create a perfect record, find the best way to apply, prepare for interviews and get one of the different income or merit scholarships that are offered.
I give lessons by Skype and at home, I can also move to your home.
ShuvashreeMath, English, and Test Prep Tutoring - Learn the easy tricks
I specialize in Tutoring Maths and English for school and test prep exams like GMAT. I take full ownership of my student's success and at the same time also expect my students to give their best. I am very flexible with my method of teaching and adapt myself to students needs.
AvniMath made easy - Private lessons in Math (any level)
If taught the right way, Math is the easiest subject on the map whether it's algebra, geometry, calculus, etc. It is completely based on logic and analytical abilities which can be built and enhanced over time. Students don't need to memorize anything whether it is formulae or theorems.
Since I recently finished my undergraduate degree, I am familiar with the struggles students face while studying Mathematics. However, during my schooling and graduation, I was lucky to be taught by professors who made the subject extremely easy and comprehensible.
I appeared for the GRE exam and got a 169/170 in the quantitative section. I had a CGPA of 10/10 in 10th grade and a 96% in Maths in 12th grade. I also went through vigorous training for the IIT-JEE examination and excelled at JEE Mains.
So, If you have any kind of fear of the subject or if appearing for a math examination induces nervousness, I can completely turn that around since I was in that position myself about 14 years ago. I teach at a comfortable pace depending on the student's learning power and ensure that the student gets enough practice.