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Computer Science Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Computer Science tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Computer Science through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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Selected Computer Science Tutors in New York City, NY

The talented Computer Science tutors are nearby and highly prepared to assist you in your educational journey. They hail from the highest caliber of schools including MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other highly ranked institutions.

How we help you master: Computer Science

DETERMINING COMPUTER SCIENCE OBJECTIVES

Your personal learning style and needs will be assessed by our educational director to ensure your key goals are met in Computer Science.

RECOGNIZING AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT

Your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, and identify areas for improvement.

CUSTOMIZED LEARNING

Our personalized instruction will teach you how to address your weaknesses, polish your strengths, and succeed.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student is continuing to prepare for his final exam and was given a review sheet for the exam by his teacher. We began working on the review sheet, which covered problems ranging from proportions, to congruency, polygons, similarity, and arc length. We worked especially on understanding the difference between congruency and similarity, proving two triangles similar, and using their similarity to create proportions.

The student did well with turning fractions into mixed numbers, subtracting decimals, pre-algebra and word problems. He read well today and identified genre, main idea, etc. He was having a little bit of a problem with blends so we went over quite a few combinations of blends. This seemed to help him.

Reviewed assignments and moved quickly onto applying his lessons to the synonyms portion of the test. The student did show some improvement which may also be a result of a boost in his confidence level.

Today we covered how to graph inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric word problems and how to set up sinusoidal functions when given data. The student was able to replicate every idea we covered today and responded well to deeper inquiry as to how trigonometric functions work and how to apply them. I am very pleased to say he seemed to master past material we've covered and was quick to understand the new ideas presented to him today.

The student and I reviewed for his Quarter 3 Proficiency Test. We spent a lot of time reviewing the first part of the material and left the things he knew how to do for him to do on his own. Overall, he did pretty good with the material.

This is the student's first week back at school following spring break, so went over some of the material that she covered in class (solving algebraic equations). We then worked on her homework for the night, which covered slope-intercept form and graphing.

The student and I reviewed her current assignments for her Literacy and American Education courses. We discussed grammatical errors as well as resources that would help her with one of her current assignments. We also worked on revising one of her assignments, a lesson plan on the nutrition guide for third grade students.

Gave vocab test on verbs from Ch. 10. The candidates did not perform terribly well, although I did assign them a large amount of homework. I suggested that they use a website to help them memorize vocabulary more efficiently. We continued with adverbs, discussing "depuis" and its uses. The candidates then paired off and are now writing a dialogue about their hometowns utilizing "depuis." Will continue with adverbs and begin Ch. 5 on Saturday. The dialogues will be completed and performed next Thursday.

Today we translated the mottos for the first three emblems of Atalanta Fugiens. We interpreted the deeper meaning of the text by considering word order, juxtaposition, tense, mood, and word play. We came up with good translations for the website. We analyzed the parallelism of the emblems with the Latin epigrams and mottos. In this context we reviewed demonstrative pronouns (is, hic, iste, ille), present participles, as well as irregular paradigms (ejus) and imperatives (fac). We also discussed the parts of a Latin sentence in terms of order (subject, object, verb) as well as the adverbial quality of prepositional phrases. As always, our work is a true delight!

The student and I started the session by going over the study guide I wrote for her regarding personality disorders and ADHD. I reviewed the basic ideas and tried to provide her with specific anecdotes and illustrations to help her remember the diagnoses, symptoms, treatments, etc. her psychology professor also sent out the PowerPoint about autism he will use in tomorrow's lesson. We went over this together and I gave her a brief overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders and related issues (such as the vaccine controversy). This week she also has to write a short essay for her art history class. I went over the assignment with her and instructed her to select a work of art that to analyze in the essay.

The student is preparing for his final and his AP test. We will meet twice a week for the next two weeks to prepare. We went over his review. Mostly he just needed reminding as he's learned all of this already.

He has started reading "Cheaper by the Dozen." We continued reading together (chapters 2 and 3). He also has a math program and I was asked to review it with him, so we spent some time on that; I will email math handouts to him for review and provide some math assistance in the coming weeks.

How can Computer Science tutoring from Varsity Tutors help you succeed in Computer Science?

Varsity Tutors offers computer science tutoring in New York City, NY. We’ll help you master your course material through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant computer science majors from top universities available to help you with your course. Whether you’re a graduate student working on a thesis or a fourth-grader just starting to explore basic computer programming, Varsity Tutors has the right private tutor for your computer science tutoring needs in New York City, NY and the surrounding areas.

It’s convenient, too: Varsity Tutors can provide a computer science instructor who can meet with you when and where your busy schedule allows to provide personalized one-on-one instruction focusing on whichever computer science topics you need to work on.

Computer science can be a daunting and complex subject to study. If you’re in the New York City, NY area and you need computer science tutoring, don’t hesitate to give Varsity Tutors a call. We have a proven solution to your problem, and our tutors in computer science will work with you individually, helping you with your specific areas of need to meet and exceed your learning objectives.

Whether you seek to jump-start your career in computer science, or just take your personal interest in programming to a higher level, or if you are taking an AP Computer Science or college-level course, it is a wise investment of your time. Computer science is meant to be a challenging, college-level course, and, as with any course involving new terms and concepts, new skills, and a meticulous methodology, your mastery of the material can be delayed if you make errors early on or misunderstand key concepts or procedures. In situations like these, it’s very helpful to have a guide who understands the material, someone who can answer your questions as they come up, walk you through new concepts, terms, and methodologies, and teach you, step by step, how to solve the type of problems you’ll encounter in real life or on classroom exams.

Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, with the material in general, or with a particular exam itself, an experienced computer science tutor from Varsity Tutors is here to help you. Your computer science tutor will talk to you about your concerns, identify your learning goals, assess your proficiency with the material, and quickly root out any areas of confusion, particularly those relating to key concepts needed for academic and professional success. Your tutor will then create a customized program designed to get you up-to-speed, as well as prepare you for any exams you may have. With the advice and encouragement of an computer science tutor, you’ll see your confidence grow, your grades improve, and your understanding of the material deepen.

Call us today to find out more about our computer science tutoring services in New York City, NY and the surrounding metro area.

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