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"... As a teacher, it is my responsibility to know who my learners are, what kinds of knowledge and experience they bring, and what they want to achieve so that I can tailor a curriculum that fits their needs. I have spent the last 10 years teaching students at many different levels, and from many different backgrounds. I am enthusiastic and work hard to engage learners in new and exciting ways..."
- Boston University - BA, Political Science
- Northesatern University - Law, J.D.
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, AP English Language and Composition, AP U.S. Government & Politics, Essay Editing and 18 other subjects.
"...In each case, I set objectives with the student and then track progress, while adapting to individual learning methods. The ultimate goal is to move students from uncertainty, and potentially great frustration, to confidence and understanding. I enjoy all the subjects that I tutor and hope to make them enjoyable to students as well..."
- Cedarville University - BA, Political Science
- Washington University - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, College Essays, Reading, Writing and 3 other subjects.
"...In college, I instructed 7 high school students in AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP Physics, SAT Math and raised every scholar’s average by at least one letter grade or Math SAT score by at least 80 points by identifying scholars’ weaknesses and designing curriculum to extirpate them. From 2008-2011, I worked as a Research Assistant for a biostatistics program writing complex algorithms for use at hospitals. Upon graduating in 2011, I joined Teach For America and taught for 2 years in Oakland Unified School District (6th grade science, 7th grade math, summer school algebra)..."
- Brown University - BA, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus 2 and 11 other subjects.
"... I also tutored various levels of mathematics privately and tutored all subjects and college test prep through a tutoring company. Finally, I have three children who are now in high school and college and have tutored them through all of their advanced content and advanced placement math courses. I am currently an attorney in private practice, but have not lost my love of learning and my love of teaching..."
- Vanderbilt University - BS, Math, Special Education and Secondary Education
- Emory University School of Law - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, LSAT Essay Section, LSAT Analytical Reasoning, Arithmetic and 12 other subjects.
"...citizenship, practice their English skills, and prepare for their civics exams. I tutor a broad range of subjects including Writing, Literature, French, and LSAT preparation. I believe personalized, one-on-one tutoring can help students achieve their full potential..."
- Boston College - BA, Communications
- Georgetown University Law Center - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, IB Extended Essay, College Essays, French 2 and 21 other subjects.
"... I received my law degree from Tulane University in New Orleans. I graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in History and Economics as well. I enjoy teaching high school math, and all levels of standardized test prep: SAT, ACT, PSAT, AIMS, LSAT and GRE. I have taught Algebra at the high school and community college level..."
- Northwestern University - Bachelor of Arts, Economics / History
- Tulane University - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Middle School Math, Essay Editing, ACT Science and 30 other subjects.
"...My favorite subjects to work in are English and History, especially reading and writing. I have been an avid reader since I was a kid, reading every book I could possibly get my hands on. I love sharing my love of reading with others..."
- Fordham University - Double BA, Communications and Political Science
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Singing, ISEE, Arithmetic and 25 other subjects.
"... I say this because the LSAT is not like other tests. The material is irrelevant. What is important is managing your time to optimize your score..."
- Hofstra University - BA, Antropology
- Florida International University - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Study Skills and Organization
"...Most of my experience has centered around teaching math and science to middle and high school students, which has kept those skills pretty sharp! I also have experience teaching adults, having facilitated an anti-racism conference as well as English (ESL) classes. My favorite subject to tutor, however, is probably Spanish, because I enjoy opening up a student's opportunity to communicate with a large part of the world. I believe that teaching is a collaborative process. I strive to give my students just as much as they give me..."
- University of Texas at Austin - BA, African and African Diaspora Studies
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Pre-Algebra, Special Education, Middle School Math and 66 other subjects.
"... I have experience tutoring students of varying ages and abilities at an on-campus learning center while studying for my B.A. Additionally, a fellow student and I set up and taught a poetry and short story composition class at a local correctional facility during our final two years at Yale. As such, I am very comfortable connecting with and tutoring students from a wide range of backgrounds..."
- Yale University - BA, Political Science
- Georgetown University Law Center - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:LSAT, Algebra 2, Phonics, PSAT and 20 other subjects.
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