Carefully selected, highly-credentialed Microbiology tutors in Great Neck, NY
" In small study groups I answered questions on biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and physics, often employing diagrams and visual aids in my teaching. In addition, since high school, I have always been someone that friends entrust to look over and critique their papers before they submit final drafts. My teaching style features visual learning, mnemonics, and hierarchical organization of material. I find that hierarchically cataloguing information by topic and sub-topic helps students retain material, as students are not simply memorizing, but are understanding how concepts relate to one another." ...
- University of Pennsylvania - BA, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Anatomy, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, SAT, Physics, Physiology, MCAT, Microbiology, Biology, Writing, Chemistry
"I take pleasure in learning about it (both in the classroom and laboratory) as well as going on to teach these principles. I use my passion to help convey the nuances of scientific concepts and will help my students develop their own appreciation for the material. It is my hope that my students will not only do well on their exams and homework, but will be able to approach fresh material with confidence and even go on to help their classmates through difficult concepts or problems. I can work with students to help them master the material for a particular topic or to construct a comprehensive program for enrichment throughout the course. While ...
- The University of Chicago - BA, Dual Degree: History of Science and Biological Sciences
- Mount Sinai School of Medicine - MS, Biomedical Science
Tutoring Subjects:Essay Editing, Microbiology, College Essays, Biology, Physiology, Writing, Chemistry
"I served as team captain and goaltender for the varsity ice hockey team and was a pre-medical student. Currently, I work as a research scientist at The Mount Sinai Hospital studying pediatric immunology and biochemistry. I will be conducting research until I begin medical school in Fall 2013. I have over four years of tutoring experience including teacher assistant at Skidmore, working with local high school students and coordinating with my ice hockey team to complete several community service projects in our area. My experiences as a tutor, team leader, published researcher, and NCAA athlete have taught me to form strong bonds with ...
- Skidmore College - BA, Molecular and Cell Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Physics, Biology, Writing, Microbiology, Chemistry, College Essays, MCAT, Essay Editing
"I have been a teacher/tutor for ten years. I can work with students from many backgrounds and cultures and students with disabilities. Previously, I worked for ten years as a Biologist for the USDA. I have also worked as a librarian's assistant, and laboratory assistant."
- University of Puerto Rico; Mayaguez Campus - BS, Biology
- University of Puerto Rico - 27 credits, Master's Program, Biology
- College at Old Westbury - Teacher Education Program, Science Education
- Stony Brook University - Master of Arts and Liberal Studies, Biology
- Saint John's University - Bilingual Extension, Bilingual Education
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Microbiology, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, Physiology, Anatomy, Essay Editing, Spanish, College Essays, Reading, Phonics, Biology, ACT Science
" With over 5 years of tutoring experience, I developed a dynamic and interactive teaching style that favors understanding over memorization. I recently graduated at the top 5% of the class from the Robert Wood Johnson School of Biomedical Science. There I gained in-depth understanding of a wide spectrum of disciplines, including Microbiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy and Physiology. Ultimately, I aspire to combine the joy of helping people with my passion for science by becoming an orthopedic surgeon."
- Rutgers University - B.A, Biology
- RWJ School of Biomedical Science - M.A., Biomedical Science
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology
"As a freshman, I began workshop leading in Introductory Chemistry courses and, soon thereafter, progressed to Organic, Quantitative and Thermodynamic Chemistry. I enjoyed my interaction with the students so much that, after graduating, I decided to adjunct lecture at a community college. There, I welcomed the exciting challenge of engaging adult learners in an introductory biology course with labs. Recently, I have garnered some extensive private experience tutoring middle to high-school age students in Algebra, Geometry, ELA, Chemistry and Biology, as an independent contractor for a couple of companies. I look forward to ...
- CUNY City College - BS, Biochemistry
Tutoring Subjects:Trigonometry, Elementary Math, Physical Chemistry, French, Anatomy, GRE, Physiology, Writing, Geometry, Biology, Calculus, Organic Chemistry, Algebra, Chemistry, Reading, Microbiology, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math
"This experience, more than anything, has helped me understand each student learns differently, and that the key to education is adapting to each student’s learning style. I was recently awarded my MD, and have a dual masters in education and chemistry. My extensive science background combined with my experience and training as an educator has given me a unique set of tools that help me maximize the benefit from tutoring sessions while making the time enjoyable for the student. As a life-long learner and science geek myself, my goal is to help the student learn the material they need quickly and thoroughly, and to empower each student to ...
- Texas Tech University - BS, ESS/Biology
- University of North Texas - MS, Education/Chemistry
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Anatomy, Physics, Biostatistics, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology
"After a year of struggle and confusion to find out the academic route I want to pursue, I decided on a career in medicine in my sophomore year of college. When I took a Biology class as an elective I instantly felt a sense of joy and satisfaction. I decided to take Biology as my major in college. I was highly motivated to succeed and dramatically improved my grades."
- Hunter College - BA, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Elementary Math, Physiology, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Middle School Math, Algebra, Physics, Organic Chemistry, Anatomy
"Chinese has been my passion since ninth grade, when I began studying the language and culture at Bard High School Early College. Much of my teaching experience has involved Chinese, most intensely during the summer of 2011 when I worked full time at a school in Queens teaching Mandarin-speaking children how to read and write Chinese characters. My first time teaching Chinese was while in college: I tutored two second graders in an after school program. These experiences truly inspired me and I greatly enjoy tutoring."
- Swarthmore College - BA, Chinese
Tutoring Subjects:SAT Math, Mandarin Chinese, Biology, Elementary Math, SAT Writing, Middle School Math, SAT Verbal, SAT, Pre-Calculus, Microbiology
"After many years of study in various sciences, volunteering at hospitals and service leagues, I found that my true passion was teaching others and helping them to succeed. I received my Masters of Arts in Teaching Biology from Stony Brook University in 2011. Throughout my educational career I have gained valuable tools that have allowed me to the be the teacher that I am today. I believe that every student has their own path in learning, no one person is the same."
- Stony Brook University - BS, Biology
- Stony Brook University - MAT, Biology, Physics
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Computer Science, Microbiology, Reading, PSAT, SAT Math, Grammar and Mechanics, Writing, Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, SAT, ACT Science, Physics, Geometry, College Essays
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