Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in New York, NY
Lisa "... I absolutely love math and science, and I try to share my enthusiasm for learning with all of my students. Teaching is not one-size-fits-all. My goal is to help each student achieve to the best of his or her ability by adapting my teaching style to the needs of each individual student..."
Daniel "...Paul's. While an undergraduate at Columbia University, I taught SAT prep courses. I will be going to law school in the fall, and until then I am continuing my passion for teaching with Varsity Tutors! My tutoring style has always been to fit the lesson to the student. Whether you're studying for chemistry test or analyzing a work of literature, prepping for the SAT or the LSAT, I make sure to focus on your goals and how to reach them..."
Charles "...Can the student explain to me what (s)he was doing with confidence? If so, then we continue with the work. If not, then I repeat the process of giving problems while instructing. Now, students may not understand a topic completely, so I tell them to look over it at home..."
Robert "...Currently I am pursuing a master’s degree in Sports Business from New York University. Before I moved to New York, I had the opportunity to work with Fox Sports Radio in California. At Fox I was given the opportunity to perform locker room interviews with the Los Angeles Kings..."
Chantal "...Musically, I play the violin and tinker with the piano. I also make sure that I have time to just relax and read a good book or spend some time in from of the TV. I believe in living a well balanced life. In order to maintain a good life, I spend a great deal of time in the outdoors walking my yellow lab..."
SUNY Oswego - BA, French - Computer Science
University at Albany - MBA, Business
Nathan "...I am from Orient, New York in Long Island and currently live in Brooklyn. I specialize in tutoring all levels of math from introductory algebra to differential equations and linear algebra, as well as statistics, econometrics, and economics. Amongst other things, I love sports, music, and comedy. My inspiration for becoming a tutor stems largely from my own experience as a student..."
Salman "...My academic background and research interests in Neuroscience, Medicine, and Engineering have prepared me to tutor a wide variety of subjects. My favorite subject to tutor, however, is Writing. I tutored students in Writing for three years at U.C..."
U.C. Berkeley - Double BA, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Cognitive Science
Joseph "I grew up in Long Island, NY where I played Football and Baseball for most of my childhood. I then went to Fordham University where I earned my Bachelors Degree in Engineering Physics. While I was a student, I helped run a coffee house, which put on concerts several times a month. After graduation in 2011, I was hired by Photonics Industries International as a Laser Engineer. I still work there today, but now as a group Manager. We produce industrial grade solid-state lasers that are used in many applications. Most notably, many of our laser systems are used to process the glass and electronics used in many Apple and Samsung cellphones and other electronics. I have a passion for mathematics and sciences and I have been tutoring others ever since I was in high school. I believe that I can make positive contributions to any student’s academic endeavors.."
Neil "...I have tutored extensively in math subjects (including SAT/ACT prep) which I have always enjoyed, being the son of a math professor. I have worked in various capacities as a math tutor/teacher, including at the Prefreshman Engineering Program, a summer camp in San Antonio, TX where I taught and mentored middle and high school students in math, science, and engineering topics. I have also tutored extensively in the San Antonio area (which is my hometown!)..."
Michael "...I love teaching all things science - especially fields relating to the outdoors and natural history. In my teaching I aim to inspire students to learn more and care about the natural work, and to always ask why things are they way they are, and how they came to be. My approach to education is to work with each student as an individual, recognizing his or her strengths and areas that are in need of improvement..."