Award-Winning Differential Equations Tutors in New York, NY
Elisha "...Over my undergraduate career I have tutored many different students ranging from grades 4-12 as well as several college classes. I have always loved being able to work with a student or colleague to find the right answer of a difficult question. I tutor math (Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra) as well as SAT math, English, and science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Biochemistry)..."
Stony Brook University - BS, Biology
Eric "... This is what I do for all my students. A little more about me: I have recently relocated to the Upper West Side after completing my M.S. at Stanford in August. As an undergrad, I scored a 790/800 on the GRE quantitative reasoning test (the SAT's bigger, meaner brother)..."
University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Financial mathematics
Stanford University - MS, Financial mathematics
Ben "...I am a part time poet with works published both in online and print magazines, as well as a full time recruiter in the fields of Finance and Business Strategy. I have a large range of tutoring and teaching experience in subjects ranging from Calculus, English, Economics, Test Prep, and Writing. I also have classroom experience as a substitute teacher at St..."
NYU - BA, Politics and Creative Writing
Diptesh "I am a pre-medical undergraduate at New York University studying Global Public Health with a concentration in Chemistry. I have been passionate about education since high school and have been teaching, tutoring, and mentoring students from grades 6-12 and college in a variety of subjects since! I specialize in mathematics and science tutoring as well as standardized exam preparation. In the past, I have helped students achieve significant improvements and success on the SAT, SHSAT, Regents and other exams! I truly believe education is a mutual learning and teaching opportunity and enjoy helping my students achieve a thorough understanding (those “Aha!” moments) and appreciation of whatever they choose to study! In the future, I seek to pursue clinical and pedagogical medicine and enjoy biking, skateboarding, dancing, and philosophizing in my spare time.."
New York University - BS, Global Public Health & Chemistry
Avner "...Once my goal is reached, they would not need a tutor. I always encourage them to solve a problem on their own and give them as little help as possible. I try to show my students that with a bit of diligence and patience any problem could be solved..."
SUNY at Buffalo - Physics BS and Minor in math, Physics
Ariana "...I am a physics major, considering a minor in math, and I love to teach. Physics and math are some of the coolest and most confusing subjects out there, and while it can be incredibly frustrating to struggle through a difficult concept, once it clicks, the payoff is fantastic — you get to learn one more interesting fact about the strange world we live in. My job as a tutor is to help you understand your difficult subjects so that you can begin to do well in them and, even better, enjoy them..."
Columbia University in the City of New York - Current Undergrad, Physics
Gregory "...This helps the student get a real sense, as well as a permanent idea, of the concept importance. By providing the students with a concrete example, it is much more likely they will retain the information. My clients range from high school students to matured adults who are continuing their education. Most recently at Columbia I taught recitation classes composed of 15-25 students..."
Hofstra Univeristy - BS, Chemistry
Columbia Univeristy - MA, Inorganic Chemistry
Olga "...I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics at Rutgers University. Throughout college, I have assisted professors with after-class tutoring for Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Probability courses. I can provide tutoring services in a broad range of subjects, though I am most passionate about helping children and adults discover their passion and acumen for math and numbers..."
Rutgers University-New Brunswick - BS, Mathematics
Richard "...This work involves teaching a weekly course called "Fundamentals of Leadership" to a class of middle school students. Overall, I have found my experiences tutoring math to be the most rewarding. In all of these experiences, I have found it is helpful for students to work with someone relatively close to their own age. As someone who enjoys problem-solving for its own sake, I often find myself in the position of explaining difficult concepts and abstract ideas to people with very different backgrounds and personalities than my own..."
Harvard University - AB, Government
Lianna "...Those subjects included Physics, Calculus I and II, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and English. Physics is my favorite subject to teach because everyone has their own way of thinking, but you need to think differently and once you understand one piece, everything else flows together. My approach is simple, I break down complex problems to the basic fundamental principles..."
University at Albany - BS, Physics