# Award-Winning Differential Equations Tutors in New York, NY

Michael Approaching math and science problems with optimism and desire for learning are key to developing one's mind and skills. More than helping to understand subjects, my goal in tutoring is to transmit desire for the sciences and passion for learning, which I believe is key to learning in the long run.

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Mechanical Engineering

Eric ...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). I also received a scholarship for being top of my financial math class, which gave me the chance to volunteer three days per week as a math tutor in...

University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Financial mathematics

Stanford University - MS, Financial mathematics

Shin ...is a very prevalent science, so even by rolling my pencil off of a table, I can easily demonstrate physics concepts to my students. For me, hearing “Oh, that makes so much more sense now!” from the students whom I tutor makes my job very rewarding because working with them to find the approach that best caters to their needs feels awesome. As a tutor, I always ensure that my students have a good qualitative...

Columbia University - BS, Earth and Environmental Engineering

Priyanka ...and Statistics. I love talking about math, and I have spent a considerable amount of time voluntarily tutoring during high school and college. As an old adage says, if you're willing to do it for free, you have found your passion. I love being able to share my strengths and passion with students. I have tutored students in Pre-K to college level math. I have found that most students who have struggled in math never...

CUNY Hunter College - BA, Economics, Statistics

Nicholas ...have worked as the math tutor for my undergraduate college. I feel that successful teaching comes from understanding of not only the material, but the student as well. Every person is different and so is the way we learn. My goal is to find that way, and through understanding why my student is having difficulties, convey the lessons in simple and satisfying means. I am not an impersonal tutor. I want to become friends with...

Wagner College - BS, Mathematics

Tim ...Freshmen and Sophomores when I was a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Central Florida. I also taught Statistics and Probability at Valencia Community College for a two semesters. I have always had a passion to transmitting knowledge. It is a fulfilling experience and make me plain and purposeful as I help young students become productive citizens of society. It is always gratifying to see a struggling student do well thanks to the teaching...

university of douala - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Central Florida - Masters, mathematics

Diptesh ...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...

New York University - BS, Global Public Health & Chemistry

Elisha ...have received my Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. 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). I really enjoy tutoring...

Dhinakaran ...French. I am from a little island off the coast of Madagascar called Mauritius. I came to college here the University of Pennsylvania where I studied Bioengineering and Economics with a Mathematics Minor. Thereafter, I was worked in neuroimaging at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia before attending Cornell for my Masters in Biomedical Engineering. I now live in NYC after helping to create a biomedical analytics company here and I planning to enter a PhD...

University of Pennsylvania - Bachelors, Bioengineering and Economics

Cornell University - Masters, Biomedical Engineering

Lianna ...simple, I break down complex problems to the basic fundamental principles. By adding on each progressing piece, the student is able to learn how to solve multiple problems at various levels. It takes a great deal of patience working one-on-one, or in a small group making sure everyone understands the material, however the reward of seeing a students expression when they're on the right track is more than I can express. To teach and help...

University at Albany - BS, Physics