Award-Winning ISEE Tutors in New York, NY
Kevin "...It goes without saying that in order to excel in these exams, the student must possess a solid foundation in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus. But first and foremost, it is important that each student identifies the reason that he or she is studying for. Once that goal is vividly envisioned by the student, he or she will find enjoyment and satisfaction in understanding and applying new concepts as the student progresses towards his or her goal one step at a time..."
Rachel "...Narrative Medicine combines my love of writing and communication with my passion for scientific and medical knowledge, and my ability to merge these two interests is also what makes me a great tutor. I've spent the past few years tutoring my college peers in organic chemistry and working as a teaching assistant for introductory biology classes. I particularly enjoy tutoring organic and biochemistry because they’re the building blocks for other biology courses, and for the world around us..."
Charles "...I try to make a student rely on memory instead of counting on fingers when doing problems because it makes a problem longer to solve. Once a student deals with variables, those fundamental skills are needed. Second, repetition is a key to success. Continuously going over a topic will help a student understand the steps needed to do a problem..."
Vina "...Upon my arrival in the U.S., I obtained a degree of B.S. in finance from Rutgers University and have worked within the financial industry as a financial analyst as well as as an accountant for over ten years. Nevertheless, I have always carried a profound interest in teaching and tutoring throughout my career while working on Wall Street and within the financial industry..."
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY - B.S., FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Sam "...I have been tutoring students since I was in high school, in subjects ranging from simple arithmetic to advanced calculus to SAT preparation. I have even tutored middle school and high school Spanish! My clients have ranged from middle school students to college students. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about mathematics..."
State University of New York at Albany - BA, Mathematics
Kay "...Every day, I analyze student work to diagnose strengths and weaknesses and form individualized plans to accelerate every student's understanding. My engaging teaching, high expectations, progressive curriculum, and strong relationships with students and parents ensure that the plan is implemented to the highest level. With excellent, passionate teaching, every student can excel..."
Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelors, Neuroscience and Behavior
LeTourneau University - Current Grad Student, Master of Arts in Teaching
Benjamin "I am a native New Yorker, graduating from Lynbrook Senior High School in 2007. I am in my 2L year at Fordham University Law School on a maximum academic scholarship. I went the SUNY route in undergrad and attended Binghamton University..."
Binghamton University - BA, English, Rhetoric
Alex "I recently graduated from Columbia University with a degree in biology. I am currently working in a biochemistry lab at NYU Medical Center and applying to medical school, with hopes of training to be a pediatric surgeon in the future. I have worked as a teaching assistant for a Columbia biology lab course, taught ESL to immigrants from China, and tutored extensively in math, science, and test prep..."
Rena "... My background in mathematics is very extensive. I took all honors mathematic courses up through AP Calculus BC in high school and Calculus I in my first year of college. I also have in-depth experience with English..."
Margaret "...In both languages, I focus on grammar skills, essay writing, and standardized test preparation, especially the SAT and SAT II. I most often tutor high school and college students, but have found that young children are also some of my favorite to teach! I have additional experience with ESL students and those with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, ADHD and cognitive impairments. Language arts are a true passion of mine, both academically and professionally..."