Award-Winning GMAT Tutors in Atlanta, GA
Anton "I am a graduate of Morehouse College where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Economics with minors in Mathematics and Biology. Since graduation, I have worked mainly in biomedical research. For the past eleven years, I have tutored students in mathematics and chemistry, as well as for the MCAT and SAT and it has been my experience that every student is teachable when given the proper perspective. I believe that education is the key to freedom and independence..."
William "Hello, My tutoring/teaching experience includes two years of working with students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Middle School Math, Finance, and GMAT Prep. My teaching style is a very patient and positive one. I have also worked with both of my younger brothers individually through their years in school. I have a degree in Finance, and recently I have taken a number of mathematics courses including Calculus I,II, and III, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations so I am very familiar with the material.."
Quynh "...I was also involved in grading and tutoring activities (maths, English and diction) at the Global Village School in Decatur GA for a year. During my college years, I worked as a Learning Assistant for Math Learning Center supporting courses in calculus and statistics for two years. I really enjoy working with students of all levels and observing progress over the time. Persistence, focus, and a little bit research on how to study smarter are what I want to work on with my students and for my own development. Beyond my interest in tutoring students with math skills, I have a passion for social science, business and marketing and am working to get a Master in Marketing and Market Research next year..."
Matthew "...I have a diverse educational background and am currently completing my JD/MBA. Prior to coming to Emory for Grad School, I graduated in 3 years from the University of Central Florida. While I enjoy learning now, that wasn't always the case and I am very sympathetic to students who find some subjects to be particularly taxing. I understand what it feels like to be frustrated and feel like you will never master a topic or subject..."
Laurel "I have a B.S. in Physics from MIT, and a M.Sci. in Astrophysics from UC Santa Cruz, where I conducted research on black holes and exoplanets. I've been doing (and teaching) high level math and physics full time during my stint in grad school, and look forward to passing on my expertise to you. I have extensive teaching experience, with subjects ranging from basic math, to SAT and GRE test prep, to college- and graduate-level physics. I've worked with high school students, 10 year olds, and folks old enough to be my parents, all with great success. If you find math and physics difficult, and are looking for a tutor who can demystify them for you: I would love to help you out! If you love math and physics, and have exhausted other teachers' knowledge but would still like to learn more: I would also love to help you out! In addition to wielding math and science skills for fun and profit, I design and sew clothes whilst half-listening to podcasts about history and technology."
MIT - BS, Physics
UC Santa Cruz - MS, Astronomy & Astrophysics
Tara "I am a certified Language Arts teacher in the state of Georgia. I have a degree from London, UK in Psychology (I am British!) and a Master’s degree in Education with English endorsement from Jones International. I have taught in public and private schools but love to teach one on one. My favorite subjects at school were always writing and literature and I love to share this passion with my students..."
Vince "I hold a Master’s degree in Mathematics from Georgia State University, an MBA from Golden Gate University, and a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Southern Methodist University. I am a licensed professional engineer, retired with thirty years of experience leading multinational corporations. I served as a member of the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee for President George H.W. Bush, and the Environmental Technology Export Council for President Clinton..."
Martha "...It was there that I discovered my love for working with children and decided to pursue a career in education. I began teaching English after completing a Master's degree in Secondary Education at Emory University. At the high school level, I taught English, theatre, the IB English and Extended Essay, test preparation, and dance. I also spent eight years coordinating an International Baccalaureate Programme..."
Matthew "I have three years of tutoring experience in standardized test prep through various tutoring companies Not only do I have a great time tutoring, but I find that as a general benefit, it serves to keep my reasoning and communication skills sharp, which is useful to my professional development.."
Ohio University - BA, Business Administration
Carl "Carl is currently a PhD candidate completing his doctorate at Yale University in the Medieval Studies department and has previously obtained masters degrees in English Literature and Medieval Studies from Yale, The University of Georgia, and the University of Glasgow. An Atlanta native, he returned from New Haven to live and work in Georgia while he finishes the final stages of his dissertation. Over the course of his studies, Carl has taught undergraduate literature and history as an instructor at Yale, the University of Georgia, Oxford University, the University of Glasgow, the University of Connecticut, and Wesleyan College (Macon, Georgia). At the same time, Carl has worked as a teacher and tutor for the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE for over thirteen years. He is one of two authors of the all-new revision of Barron’s GMAT guide and Barron’s Passkey to the GMAT, and has previously written content for Kaplan, Parliament Tutors, and Success Prep..."
University of Georgia - Bachelors, English
Yale University - PHD, Medieval Studies