Award-Winning Economics Tutors in New York, NY
Amos "... My intuition is keen since I have become sensitive to how different people may perceive a situation differently. Consistently I find ways to communicate in a simple animated fashion that connects clearly and facilitates inspired learning. During the course of my career, I've done many software implementations that required creating and delivering a lot of disparate information among varying foreign audiences..."
Richard "...I worked in an after-school/summer school program for four years where I was in charge of students of varying ages ranging from third grade to seniors in high school. I have taught both SAT and SAT II classes, as well as subject classes including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. Almost all of my students saw a huge improvement in their scores..."
Alex "...After graduating, I immediately moved to New York City to attend Columbia Law School, where I will receive my JD in May, 2015. Throughout undergraduate, I regularly tutored economics, math, and statistics courses at the school's tutoring center, and helped several students to turn around their class performance. I also enjoy helping students prepare for standardized test, whether that be the SAT or the LSAT..."
Olga "...I promise it really isn't so hard! After all, mathematics is really more about ideas than about arithmetic. Ideas that inform our existence, that permeate our universe, that make up the world around us. I strongly believe that a STEM education is best served by focusing on the concepts, not mundane calculations..."
Ilyas "...Currently, I am taking my last class UC Berkeley remotely. When I finish I will have a degree in Business Administration and Finance. I have always tutored a wide range of academic subjects..."
UC Berkeley - BS, Business Administration/Finance
Alexis "I graduated last year from the Burnett Honors College at the University of Central Florida with a dual degree in History and Political Science, minoring in Economics. Currently, I am taking time off before law school starts to travel and teach. I have over five years of experience tutoring a broad range of subjects to students varying in age from fifth grade through college. I’m passionate about all things History and Geography-related (I have a collection of old maps and books), though I also really enjoy teaching U.S..."
Andrew "...I am fluent in Spanish, having studied and spoken the language since 2000, and having lived in Mexico City for two years, completing my master's degree in a program conducted entirely in Spanish. My favorite subject to tutor is mathematics; I love helping students arrive at a solution in the way that's best for them. I would describe my teaching and tutoring philosophy as one that constantly engages the students to be aware of their problem-solving process..."
David "...In college, I loved studying foreign cultures, politics, and economics, and was fortunate enough to spend one semester each in France and Ecuador. I began working as a tutor and teaching assistant at Allegheny, and spent the 2011-12 school year teaching English in a French public high school. Due to my studies and experiences, my best subjects are Spanish, French, government, and economics. I love to discuss and help students understand these subjects..."
Julia "...I served as a mentor and tutor to Financial Accounting students while I was still in college myself, I prepared fellow students for exams, and assisted with completion of assignments and longer term projects. I've also enjoyed working with a young child in Mandarin Chinese. I aim to always create interesting and engaging curricula to encourage the student to develop and exercise speaking, listening, and simple reading skills, at the same time encourage and cultivate a passion and curiosity for the Chinese culture..."
Frank "...I have tutored students preparing for the SAT, SSAT, and ISEE exams and am qualified and prepared to tutor the ACT and GMAT tests. My SAT students have had extremely positive results, averaging over 275 points of improvement. My last class of 20 students averaged over 300 points of improvements. I have had similar success preparing students for SAT subject tests and AP exams..."