Award-Winning Microbiology Tutors in New York, NY
Sameer "...I enjoy teaching most subjects, being most effective in English and math. When studying for exams, it is important to have patience and understanding while learning the material. As a medical student, I know what it takes to overcome personal obstacles, especially having taken numerous standardized exams..."
Rachel "I've been teaching and tutoring since 2002, throughout college and grad school and while doing neuroscience research. I love tutoring one-on-one because I can get to know students and gear the lessons toward their interests, which helps them learn more quickly, retain new skills better, and enjoy the tutoring sessions more. I particularly enjoy teaching science, writing, and test prep..."
Katie "I am graduate of Boston University with a BS in nutrition and premedical studies and University of New England with a degree in Medicine. During my year between undergraduate school and medical school, I worked full time as a nutrition educator in grades kindergarten through 12th grade in Boston Public schools. During this time I was also a private tutor for high school students and completed in-home one-on-one tutoring sessions in the sciences and mathematics..."
Boston University - Bachelors, Nutrition
New England School of Osteopathic Medicine - Current Grad Student, Medicine
Kevin "...Her words stung, but the inspiration the words gave me is irreplaceable. She drove me to succeed. My new found motivation propelled me from a C student to the top ten percent of my graduating high school class..."
Coatney "...I am currently working on obtaining my MBA from PSU and medical doctorate. Ever since my Pirate days at SHU, I have been helping people develop an appreciation for a subject that may have been their downfall. I have a very strong science and math background, so I love tutoring such subjects..."
Seton Hall University - BS, Biology - PreMed/PreDent
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - MS, Biomedical Science
Danil "...history, and the whole spectrum of the REGENTS test. I like to break things down to their fundamentals and learn from the bottom up, so that it's easier to see how all the pieces of a topic fit together. A ten page paper might seem intimidating, until you break it down into a list of bullet points and ideas..."
Jill "I'm currently a senior at New York University. I originally started college as a pre-medical student, but then switched to a Psychology major, with a Biology and Chemistry double minor after I decided Medical school just wasn't for me. My plan for he future is still undecided, however I'm leaning towards pursuing a higher degree in Genetics..."
Thea "...Some of the subjects I have tutored include chemistry for high school state exams, genetics, calculus, algebra, etc. I am adept at preparing students in primary through high school for reading,science and math skills to take their state exams. I am enthusiastic in my teaching style and want students to enjoy their learning experience..."
CUNY The College of Staten Island - BS, chemistry
Irfan "...I was once where you were, and I fully understand that sometimes some subjects are just too difficult to understand. I believe, however, from my experience that no subject is too difficult. The key is to break down the topics in simpler terms that are easy to digest! After that, you will be able to tackle anything..."
Garrett "... 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. More personally, my hobbies include tennis, movies, and travel..."