### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Buckner, KY

Devika ...Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering that taught me a lot of things. First of all, you cannot be good at everything. If you are, you are lucky, if you are not, you are like me. I work hard on things I am good at, but harder on things I am not. Sometimes, working hard is not enough. Working hard in the right direction with effective time management skills is what got me here. In my school...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering

Justin ...During that time, I exploited the knowledge I'd acquired as a high school student and undergraduate, but I also broadened my repertoire to cover new topics. I've since tutored most high school, college, and graduate school entrance exams. I've worked with students of all ages on grade-level studies in math, science, the humanities and foreign languages. Students at top high schools like Stuyvesant and Brooklyn Tech are especially engaging to work with due to the...

University of Florida - BS, Journalism, English Minor

Graduate Center at CUNY - MS, Computational Linguistics

Luke ...learn to learn. Even as a young child, I loved seeing others transcend the limitations that once intimidated them, and that feeling continues to drive me today. I began tutoring in middle school when my grandmother, a retired second-grade teacher, found herself struggling to serve effectively as an algebra tutor. I put in an enthusiastic effort, and it worked out surprisingly well. Despite once “struggling in math” (this was the questionable word choice of his...

Eric ...toward a degree in Electrical Engineering. While a high school student I tutored several students in math, and I have a strong interest in math, science, and engineering courses. One of my favorite courses to tutor is Calculus because not only is there a great deal in Calculus that relates to the real world, but Calculus also really contains all of the foundations of basic math (such as Trigonometry, Algebra, etc.). As a student, I...

University of Delaware - Current Undergrad, Electrical Engineering

Jay ...where I received my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and minored in Applied Mathematics. Throughout college, I have been involved in tutoring various subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Computer Science (programming Java and C), Physics, and freshman and sophomore college level Electrical Engineering courses. Currently, I am working as an Electrical Engineer for the Department of Defense designing RADAR Antennas, as well as software development for RADAR processing. I believe education is...

New Jersey Institute of Technology - BS, Electrical Engineering

Jeff ...with a vast array of subjects in both learning and teaching roles. I started tutoring in high school and have been hooked ever since! I enjoy helping others succeed in any way I can. After spending a few years helping students in my hometown prepare for the SAT, I've more recently focused on the hard sciences. I've taught students of all ages in the past and I believe it is important to curtail your teaching...

Princeton University - BA, Molecular Biology

Daniel ...a screen. Math is a method of communicating an abstract idea and computer science is the method of creating a structure in your mind. I help show my students the idea behind mathematical principles, why they exist and how they link back to more rudimentary concepts. All of math builds on a few basic ideas, so my goal is to help you understand a new concept by breaking it down to those ideas. I struggled...

NYU - BA, Mathematics and Computer Science

UMASS Amherst - MS-Thesis, Computer Science

Ralston ...could have at their disposal. As a student, I have always pushed myself to do my best and encouraged my peers to do likewise. I have always ended up assisting my peers in whatever endeavor I have taken on, from schoolwork to singing to managing businesses and organizations. My formal experience as a tutor ranges from working on mathematics skills and Latin in middle and high school to working as a Supplemental Instructor at Emory...

Emory University - BA, Classics

Justin ...in Computer Science and was a member of the varsity baseball team for four years at GW. I love math and am capable of teaching any level from Basic Math to Calculus at any age group. I also teach Computer Science and am currently in the field of computer science as a Software Engineer for a private contractor. I take a personalized approach with my students because I believe that everyone learns and relates to...

George Washington University - BS, Computer Science

Ben ...Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics. I scored exceptionally well on my SAT and earned a perfect score in the writing section. At Columbia, I took a wide variety of courses in areas ranging from computer science, calculus, and statistics to philosophy and political theory. My previous teaching and mentoring experiences include working as a volunteer math tutor at Columbia’s Double Discovery Center and as an editor at the Columbia Daily Spectator...

Columbia University - BA, Linguistics

University of Cambridge - MPhil, Linguistics