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..."
Agata "...I hold a BA in Sociology from CUNY Queens College and a MA in Economics and Education from Teachers College Columbia University. Education has always been my passion and drive. I continue to teach with the on-going pursuit to not only instill knowledge in my students but to motivate and inspire our future generations..."
CUNY Queens College - BA, Sociology
Teachers College at Columbia University - MA, Economics and Education
State Certified Teacher
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..."
Maddy "...First of all, due to the nature of this job, my hours are very flexible so your son/daughter will get the utmost attention from me during the week/weekend. I have a firm grasp on all subjects regarding Mathematics up to college level Calculus 2. As far as English is concerned, since my degree is both a science and humanities degree, I have mastered how to write persuasively, informatively, and creatively..."
Cristina "...in Microbial Biotechnology, B.A. in English, and a minor in Biochemistry. My professional background, I have worked as a research scientist at Rutgers University in the Bini Lab continuing studies from my undergraduate Honor’s Thesis on Hyperthremophilic bacteria ability to use alternate carbon sources as an alternative to their primary energy source..."
Anni "...I also have experience working with children with disabilities as I have volunteered as a buddy for numerous programs for children with disabilities since I was in high school. Here, I have developed patience and have learned how to give specialized attention. I am excited to not only be an excellent tutor but a positive mentor and role model..."
Cornell University - BS, Biological Sciences; Nutritional Sciences; Cognitive Sciences
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences - M.S., Biomedical Sciences
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
Caleb "...While working as a tutor, I have learned two things specifically that improve the learning environment. The first is that each individual possesses a unique style of learning. It is important that I understand that style of learning so that real growth can be accomplished..."
Brigham Young University - BS, Nutritional Science
Kevin "...I am comfortable teaching a number of subjects at a number of different levels, but my absolute favorite subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Math and Biomedical Engineering. The basic sciences are always the most interesting because they govern the behavior of the world around us and it still amazes me how a few simple equations can apply to so many situations, including things we experience every day. My preferred teaching style involves a little bit of give and take..."