Award-Winning ACT Math Tutors in New York, NY
Margarita "...In high school, I was an All-State debater, and a member of the National Honor Society. I graduated with honors from the University of Chicago with degrees in Mathematics and Economics, and I plan to go into corporate law when I graduate from law school. My interests include movies, fashion, classic rock, reading and studying Japanese. I love learning and I look forward to working with your student! I started tutoring at Kumon Learning Center while I was still in high school, and since then I have taught ACT preparation classes, served as a teaching assistant for freshman Calculus courses at the University of Chicago, and coached high school debate as a first year law student..."
Tyler "...I really enjoy getting to know my students and I like to bring a sense of humor to my lessons to help keep them engaged. I have tutored students ranging from 3rd grade to seniors in college and I have experience tutoring a variety of subjects, but my favorite subjects to tutor are Economics, LSAT prep, Government, Essay Editing, and Public Speaking. I also find advising on college or law school admissions really rewarding..."
Daniel "...Their ability to soak up information and improve is inspiring, and their energy makes work not feel like work. I believe that all students are capable of academic success and that sometimes all it takes is a novel approach. This is why it is important to understand the unique learning style of each student..."
Noah "...I am a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Williams College and Phi Beta Kappa member with extensive experience in teaching in tutoring. In addition to being a martial arts black belt and instructor, I tutored throughout high school and college. While at Williams I was a peer tutor for various subjects including writing and political science..."
Ken "I received my MS in Applied Mathematics at Columbia University and my BS in Mathematics at New York University. Throughout college and graduate school, I have tutored students from a multitude of backgrounds and helped them along their journey to academic success. Each student has their own path of least resistance, and helping them find the best way to understand a particular subject paves the way for future excellence in all areas of learning..."
New York University - BS, Mathematics
Columbia University in the City of New York - MS, Applied Mathematics
Muhammed "...universities, as one of them scored full in SAT Math following year and enrolled in Duke University. Until I have recently received my Ph.D., I continued to be involved in teaching activities as lecturing and tutoring college students for more than five years. I taught and lectured many different laboratory courses and lecture sessions such as Physics I: Mechanics, Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism, Mechanics Laboratory, Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory, Optics Laboratory, Modern Physics Laboratory and Quantum Physics. As of now, I have been teaching, formally and informally, for more than 13 years..."
Middle East Technical University - Bachelors, Physics
University at Buffalo - PhD, Physics
Sarah "...I grew up going between Los Angeles and Paris, always in a French school so I quickly became bilingual. I have always loved science, in particular physics and mathematics and have been lucky enough to share this with others through tutoring. I can help with all levels of math and physics up through graduate level course work..."
Kevin "...My greatest tutoring experience came as a Teacher's Aide on Long Island where I worked one-on-one with students who needed a little extra attention in certain subject areas. I am comfortable teaching a number of subjects at a number of different levels, but my absolute favorite subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Math and Biomedical Engineering. The basic sciences are always the most interesting because they govern the behavior of the world around us and it still amazes me how a few simple equations can apply to so many situations, including things we experience every day..."
Mohsen "...Now playing with Math and Physics problems feels as entertaining to me as sports for the brain. As an undergrad, Masters and PhD student and then a researcher I have been solving advanced Physical and Mathematical problems for a long time and have been exposed to all kinds of complexities that the students may encounter. Since 2004 I have been tutoring high school and undergraduate students. In Math, I specialize in Calculus, Differential Equations and Math section of GRE..."
Sharif University - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - PhD, Engineering Mechanics
Matthew "... I started working in biomedical research during my sophomore year and continued throughout college. After graduating, I worked in ophthalmology research at Washington University Medical before moving to New York City, where I am currently conducting breast cancer research as the lab manager in an immunology lab at Columbia University Medical Center. I am extremely comfortable with physics and mathematics (from my studies) as well as biology, chemistry, and biochemistry (through my research experience) and sincerely enjoy tutoring students in those areas..."