Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in New York, NY
Albert "...I received my Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics there and went on to develop my love for exploring by moving to Los Angeles shortly afterward. While in Southern California, I worked hard to build up my experience by doing private tutoring, working at after school institutes and substitute teaching. I eventually received my teaching credential in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Mathematics and taught at a charter school for 3 fulfilling years..."
Camille "...I also have experience tutoring in a number of subject areas, and have worked with diverse sets of students who have varied in age, grade level, and coursework. I began tutoring almost seven years ago working with disadvantaged students on mathematics. Since then, I have constructed curriculum for a program for middle school girls, and spent a semester training in preparation to be writing tutor at Duke’s writing center which serves graduate and undergraduate students across disciplines..."
Ross "...In addition, I am fluent in Italian and speak some French. My hobbies include traveling and exploring new places and cultures as well as biking and spending time with friends and family. I recently returned from a semester abroad in Rome, Italy. I have been tutoring middle and high school students for the past 6 years and enjoying working one-on-one with students to help them succeed..."
Caitlin "I am currently working toward my Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. In my previous tutoring experience, I've worked with students of ages ranging from 10 to 18. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, my favorite to teach are Math, Chemistry, Physics, and Test Prep, because they provide the greatest problem solving challenges..."
Sarah "... I know how grueling the preparation for and day of the test can be, and I enjoy teaching students the methods that I have used to conquer these tests, and I encourage students to find their own techniques as well. I like to stress the big picture in test prep, and the importance of knowing how to take a test, including pacing, skipping problems, recovering from a mistake; things beyond just memorizing formulas. Outside of academia, I recently moved to NYC and love to check out vegetarian restaurants around the city..."
Sherry "I am currently studying at St. John’s University in New York City. I am enrolled in the BA/MA program of Experimental Psychology and I am a junior..."
St. John's University - BA, Psychology
St. John's University - MA, Psychology
Morgan "... When tutoring, I look for ways to relate the material to one of your child's interests, to better ensure he/she retains the material. Part of my method includes instructing students on how to properly study. For example, I advise them on how to make comprehensive study reviews, a schedule, and note cards..."
McGill University - BA, International Development
Rick "I am a lifelong learner, and I look forward to helping students with their studies as I work through my own. After graduating Princeton, I worked at a number of tech firms, including Google, but I've recently found myself back in the classroom as I prepare to pursue a PhD in Psychology."
Rayna "I am a graduating senior at the University of Richmond, studying Communications and Media Studies with minors in Business Administration and Film Studies. I've worked as a Writing Consultant and Peer Advisor for the last two years, assisting my classmates with writing skills and career documents. I love helping students reach their full potential and devising fun ways to teach and learn.."
Jason "...I am also able to assist in test prep for the SAT, SAT II and AP exams, as well as MCAT Biology. I have a particular interest in essay editing and love helping students structure their writing to express their ideas in the best way possible. As a future medical student, I am also glad to help med school applicants develop their personal statements and, in general, to offer advice about the med school application process. My teaching philosophy is simple..."