Award-Winning Accounting Tutors in Dyer, IN
Alex ...in International Relations and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and more recently completed my MBA program at the University of Southern California. My business school classmates and I took pride in offering group tutoring in subjects such as stats, economics, finance, etc., and I still feel ardently that the best way to fully understand...
University of Wisconsin - Madison - BA, Economics & International Relations
University of Southern California - BA, MBA Finance & Real Estate
Amir ...of subjects to students at various skill levels back here in Chicago. I truly enjoy helping students reach their goals and maintain their motivation toward success, and I believe that the best tutoring experience begins with the tutor properly determining the needs and goals of the student. I look forward to working with you!
Southern Illinois University - B.A., Biology
Hult International Business School - M.B.A., International Business
Sam ...by that student. Once I motivate that student to want to learn more about the subject matter, it is a matter of time before my student masters that topic and want to learn about another topic. It is a great confidence booster and a lesson for life. The student believes that if they can conquer...
Nicole ...Business. I tutor in mostly math subjects, but also tutor in essay writing/editing as well as ACT and GMAT. I have tutored athletes throughout college and also tutored in high school. My tutoring style mostly involves asking leading questions so a student can figure out the correct answer on their own with some guidance. Outside...
Steve ...standardized test prep. I received a perfect math score on my GRE test in addition to receiving many accolades in undergraduate study. I have been told that I was an excellent tutor and that I have a knack for explaining mathematical concepts and principles in a logical, sequential manner. When I am not tutoring, I...
McGill University - Bachelors, Finance & Accounting
University of Chicago - Masters, Computer Science
Wayne I enjoy the process of showing a student how a very few math rules has so much power the enables them to solve so many different types of problems.
Max ...a degree in Finance in 2013. I worked as an accountant for a large financial services firm for 2 years (July 2013 - June 2015). During my time there, I passed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level 1 examination. I have intentions to go back to school for Secondary Education to teach economics/social studies.
Kyle ...and test prep, to helping to provide enrichment for student to compliment their classroom learning. I also have a good deal of experience tutoring students (from Jr. High to the PhD level) who do not speak English as their first language. I would love to work with you! My focus is on equipping students with...
Jack I'm a recent grad from Northwestern (B.A. in Theatre and Economics) who loves teaching and learning. I love helping other people achieve their goals and helping students find ways to be their best selves. Excited to meet and work with Chicagoland's students!... I like to discuss the idea of intent. An author doesn't write for the sake of writing, just as a scientist doesn't build graphs for the sake of building a graph. These are tools that people are using to communicate something underneath. Once we reframe to focus on intent, interpreting information becomes a lot more engaging.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Economics/Theatre
Lexington ...have experience working with students of all education levels, from those with special education needs to those involved in gifted programs like G.A.T.E or honors courses. I have tutored students ranging from ages 6 to adult. I look forward to working with you and your children to help them achieve their education goals!... Everything is learnable. Any student can learn anything. The idea that we are predetermined to be only good at one subject is a self-fulfilling one. When I was in 5th grade a teacher told me not to try so hard in math because I was "more of an English student." Grade 6 was the first year I did not achieve an A in math, and the subsequent hit to my confidence lead me to avoid math for many years. Then, as a math teacher, I saw this same philosophy in my students; many felt they just "weren't good at math." I don't believe this. Whatever the subject is, it is simply a matter of discipline, resilience and practice.
University of San Francisco - Bachelors, Philosophy