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"I have tutored in both Spanish and French. Before relocating to New York, I worked for almost a decade at the University of Puerto Rico and gained significant experience at teaching both basic and advanced language courses. Learning a language is a challenging – yet fulfilling – task that requires constant practice and personalized help at all stages of the learning process. I will help you overcome difficulties in French or Spanish by simulating an immersion in either of the two languages.."
- University of Puerto Rico - BA, French
- Universite de Paris III - Sorbonne nouvelle - M.A., Sociolinguistics
- Universite de Paris III - Sorbonne nouvelle - Ph.D., Linguistics
Tutoring Subjects:Spanish, French
"My goal is to not only teach, but to inspire in all aspects and areas of growth. For this reason, I have worked with special needs children at a summer camp, I am currently head coach of a youth water polo team and a girl’s club volleyball team, and I am working to start a mentoring summer camp type organization abroad for underprivileged children in my year off before medical school. Tutoring to me has become another one of the fortunate opportunities in my life--an opportunity I look forward to sharing with the child I teach.."
- Rutgers University - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Elementary Math, Calculus, Pre-Calculus, French, Algebra, Anatomy, Physics, ACT Math, MCAT, Middle School Math, Chemistry, Physiology, SAT, Organic Chemistry
"I love the French language and would love even more to share it with people. I am enthusiastic about identifying what learning methods work best for each student I encounter to make the learning experience really worth-while and personal. In my free time, I love expressing myself through different artistic manners: mostly drawing and painting, reading, hiking, spending time with family and friends, and dreaming about the next place I'd like to travel.."
- University of Georgia - BS, International Affairs
"It's sometimes easy for students to forget what learning means to them in an often stressful and frustrating world of standardized tests and and final exams, but a helpful tutor can really make the difference by presenting the material in a way that is simple and clear and by approaching it with methods that meet each student's needs. I know my students can realize their true potential and success if I can help them see that you really can love what you learn! After graduating from Tulane University in 2010, I left New Orleans for Paris, where I taught English as a Second Language at two public elementary schools in addition to tutoring, ...
- Tulane University - BA, French and Philosophy
Tutoring Subjects:Elementary Math, French, Phonics, Grammar and Mechanics, History, Essay Editing, Writing, Reading, College Essays
"While I expect hard work from a student, I am patient above all and listen before I lecture. I specialize in teaching standardized tests (ACT and SAT I and Subject Tests), math and statistics, writing, French, and economics. In my spare time, I run religiously, listen constantly to music, and read. I look forward to teaching students with Varsity Tutors!."
- Pomona College - BA, Economics
Tutoring Subjects:PSAT, College Essays, ACT, Calculus, SAT Verbal, Grammar and Mechanics, History, ACT English, SAT Math, Pre-Calculus, ACT Math, SAT, ACT Writing, French, ACT Reading, ACT Science, SAT Writing, Geometry, Algebra, Physics, Reading, Economics, Middle School Math, Writing, Trigonometry, Elementary Math, Essay Editing
"I also can tutor all levels of French as I have taken the French baccalaureat. I started tutoring in high school, everything from math, literature, to French and Latin. I have worked mostly with high school, college students and adults, but have also helped younger students accomplish their goals. I love teaching and find it wonderful when I help my students understand complex concepts."
- Clark University - BA, Physics and Mathematics
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Computer Science, Calculus, Organic Chemistry, Statistics, French, Trigonometry, Physical Chemistry, Physics, Pre-Calculus, Differential Equations, Chemistry, SAT Math, Latin, ACT Math, Biostatistics, College Essays, Spanish, Elementary Math, Geometry, Algebra
"With other subjects, it is important to establish your own way of measuring improvement, which will keep motivation high. I have tutored elementary, middle, and high school students in the past, and my most successful students are always the ones who feel they are improving and are proud of their accomplishments. I want each of my students to feel proud of the work they have done, and to realize his or her full potential. There is no better feeling (in my opinion) than achieving something you once thought was impossible or improbable, and I feel a vicarious sense of satisfaction when my students have such experiences." ...
- Princeton University - BA, English
Tutoring Subjects:SAT Math, SAT, French, Reading, Writing, Middle School Math, SSAT, History, Essay Editing, Elementary Math, SAT Verbal, ISEE, College Essays, Grammar and Mechanics, Phonics, Algebra, SAT Writing, Geometry
"After I graduated, I went to China and taught English both at a school and privately for three years. Right now I'm teaching English as a Second Language at a language school here in San Diego. I like private tutoring a lot more than teaching large classes because it's much more personalized and I can help the student learn exactly what they need. It's great to see someone make progress and become confident with something that he or she was previously struggling with."
- Yale University - BA, East Asian Studies
Tutoring Subjects:Chemistry, Mandarin Chinese, ACT Math, SAT, ACT Writing, ACT, SAT Writing, SAT Verbal, History, Algebra, ACT English, ACT Reading, SSAT, ACT Science, SAT Math, Phonics, Reading, Writing, College Essays, French, Essay Editing, Grammar and Mechanics
"Practice so many problems, that there will eventually be a point where the patterns will be visible, and the student can then take the set of principles they learn from these patterns and apply them to a different problem. No matter what factors are changed, the set of principles will stay the same, and that's the beauty of mathematics and much of science. I am very passionate about the improvement of my students- I am an upperclassman at Georgia Tech so I am used to the strange hours. If a student needs to call, e-mail, or Skype about a particular problem, I am more than happy to help them." ...
- Georgia Institute of Technology - BS, Biology/Pre-med
Tutoring Subjects:SAT Writing, Calculus, Geometry, Elementary Math, SAT, Algebra, SSAT, Pre-Calculus, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, Writing, French, Statistics, Biology, Grammar and Mechanics, Reading
"I love watching historically based movies and separating facts from fiction so that I can learn more about the journey this world went through. This drive was a huge part of what pushed me into the next step of my life I'm in right now - college. I am an undergraduate student at the University of Texas at Arlington. I started out as a Sociology major because I had originally planned to transfer to a school that recommended Sociology as a prerequisite to the International Relations master's degree I wanted to pursue. God had other plans, and because I had some college credit from high school, I was able to freely take some business classes to test ...
- UT Arlington - BBA, International Business with French
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, SAT Writing, SAT, Middle School Math, SAT Verbal, Elementary Math, History, French, SAT Math
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