Blog : Math

Tutor Tips from Dr. Carmine Stewart

Tutor Tips: Math Formulas for GED Testing

**This tip originally appeared in the December 2022 issue of Tutor News from Dr. Carmine Stewart, VP Programming** Did you know that students are allowed to use the math formula sheet for one portion of the GED math test?  This formula sheet provides a list of the formulas that students will
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Tutor Profile: Speaking the Universal Language of Math

Dr. Chantal Dothey has been volunteering as a math tutor with Seeds of Literacy for six years. When she was a physician at MetroHealth, she popped down the street to the West 25th Street location for evening classes. As luck would have it, Seeds East opened just as she retired
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How to Determine Reading Fluency Using Simple Math

Everyone reads differently. It’s a common misconception that a person can either read, or they can’t. There is no switch from non-reader to reader. Does your student read slowly, but accurately? Perhaps you are a student who reads quickly, but doesn’t always understand what you read. Like most things in
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GED, TASC, and HiSET Practice Questions & Answers

In 2018, Seeds will post questions like those that appear on the GED, HiSET, and TASC tests on social media for #TriviaTuesdays. Bookmark this page for  answers. 11/14/2018 MATH ANSWER: A Of the choices, only line A has a negative slope.       10/16/18 SCIENCE ANSWER: A According to
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Tutor Spotlight

Tutor Spotlight: Connecting with Adult Learners Through Math

“People think you need to be a teacher or retired educator to tutor here, but you don’t,” Dolores Kirn says of the common misconception about volunteers at Seeds. Tutors just need to have patience, compassion, a desire to help, and at least a high school equivalent. “I’m terrible at English,”
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