Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in New York, NY
Salman "...After graduating, I began working at the University of California, San Francisco as a research associate in neuroscience. My academic background and research interests in Neuroscience, Medicine, and Engineering have prepared me to tutor a wide variety of subjects. My favorite subject to tutor, however, is Writing..."
U.C. Berkeley - Double BA, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Cognitive Science
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..."
Andy "I am a rising sophomore at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute pursuing a B.S in Computer Science. During the academic year I worked with students ranging from elementary school to high school as part of RPI Tutor Time. RPI Tutor Time is a program designed to help increase a child's self-esteem and confidence while nurturing a continued desire to learn..."
Rod "... With regards to learning, I believe there are 3 keys: practice, practice and more practice! In other words, my message to you is be not afraid. Any seemingly complex knowledge can be learned with sufficient understanding and review. I am here to guide you every step of the way. When I am not working or teaching, I am cooking, exercising, reading, meditating or just being with friends having a relaxing time..."
Jason "...I've received my BA in philosophy from Durham University in England. Throughout my studies I have developed extensive logical and reasoning skills that I believe were key to my academic success, and skills which I believe anyone can acquire with proper instruction. This combined with my familiarity with the GRE means I can help you achieve the result you wish..."
Eric "... I also worked extensively with students through an internship with the Maryland Zoo's education department. Since graduating, I have been traveling and working for an environmental nonprofit in NYC. I currently tutor in math, science, and test prep (SAT and ACT)..."
Amos "... 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. Implementations require that different functional departments inside of a corporation to be trained to be productive. Assorted but connected new processes must be taught clearly to audiences of every level within the organization..."
David "...That is cosmetology and I imagine I am slightly under qualified for a position as your beauty product tutor. I have spent time tutoring Introductory Physics courses both as a private tutor and as a member of UW - Madison's Physics Learning Center. Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics are far richer than collections of equations in classrooms and textbooks. These subjects are the living results of centuries of human insight and discovery..."
University of Wisconsin-Madison - BS Physics, BS Philosophy, Certificate in Mathematics, Double Major in Physics and Philosophy, Minored in Mathematics
Andrew "I am a graduate of Amherst College with a BA in English, originally from Florida but now living in New York. I have tutored students in English Literature, Writing, Reading Comprehension, Economics, and math through Pre-Calculus ever since I was in high school, and also provide tutoring for college entrance exams (SAT, ACT). I work hard with my students to instill the confidence needed to succeed while building deep, intuitive understandings of key concepts that are critical for success..."
Andrey "... During college was where I first got involved in tutoring. I was originally a business major and while taking a business calculus class I found my passion in education. Some of my classmates struggled with the content and the concepts were fairly easy for me to grasp..."