Award-Winning Anatomy Tutors in New York, NY
Leela "...I also tutored math and reading for grade school children at the inner-city Pittsburgh school districts. I tutor science classes and ACT, SAT, and MCAT test prep. My favorite classes to tutor are anatomy/physiology and biochemistry! As a medical student I am seeing how these subjects are applied in the human body, which makes it really fun to tutor them! My tutoring style focuses on the student taking ownership of the material..."
Ilene "...My father was born and raised in Havana, Cuba, so my exposure to the Hispanic language and culture began at a young age. This motivated me to pursue the formal study of Spanish, including AP Spanish in high school, and thereafter I received a top score on the New York State Spanish Regents examination. During my junior year at Clark University, I participated in a semester long study abroad program in Segovia, Spain..."
Julia "...I went on to do a community outreach tutoring program for children in the community of Providence, Rhode Island near my university. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, my favorite subjects to tutor are Math, Spanish, Environmental and Earth Science, and Biology. I'm passionate about helping students because I've seen many have that "a-ha moment" while tutoring, and I know how important those moments are to their understanding and learning..."
Kevin "...My preferred teaching style involves a little bit of give and take. I think I excel at giving students new ways to think about certain problems which may give them a better understanding of the material. I don't feel like it has been a productive session unless I come away having learned something as well..."
Jessica "...Since high school, I have tutored elementary through college-level students in a variety of subjects (primarily liberal arts.) Everyone has a unique learning style. As a tutor, I identify and utilize study techniques that each student feels works best for them. When a student is not sure how to approach a subject, I gain their perspective and guide them through breaking down the material into manageable sections..."
Daniel "...I have also worked extensively with students through an internship at Choate Rosemary Hall working at their Young Artists Summer Program, as well as assisting teaching dance classes in various public schools in NYC with the Columbia Ballet Collaborative. While I enjoy tutoring many subjects, I am most passionate about Biology, Anatomy, and Physiology. As I plan to attend medical school, I truly love imparting my knowledge and passion for these topics to others..."
Columbia University - BA, Biology
Jay "... This is in addition to serving as Class President in the Student Government. The medical profession is a long journey with many tests along the way. The key to success as a student is to have a goal, stay structured, and find ways to make the learning fun and enjoyable..."
Sophie Davis at City College - BS, Bio-Medical
SUNY Downstate College of Medicine - M.D., Medicine
Hunter "...Since graduating I have completed a Post-Baccalaureate program in Pre-Medicine, served as an instructor for both College Level Human Anatomy and Human Physiology courses and worked as a Research Assistant in a Cardiovascular Physiology laboratory. I will enter medical school in the Fall of 2015. While I tutor a broad range of science courses, I most enjoy teaching Human Physiology, Biology, and Organic Chemistry..."
Charline "I have been a highly skilled middle school science teacher for the past three years in New York City public schools. This experience enables much familiarity with the standards and curriculums that some students may need help with in all subject areas. After tutoring some students I realized that they performed better in numerous tasks since they gained confidence and skills from our sessions..."
Lehman College - BS, Biology
Arianna "...Currently, I tutor high school math, including Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus, as well as high school Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. I also enjoy tutoring college level Biology, which consists of topics that are essential to my future career as a medical professional. In addition to enjoying the subject material, I take pleasure in motivating students to work as hard as necessary to achieve their goals, helping them to constantly improve their academic performance, and explaining challenging concepts using a variety of methods personalized for each student..."