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Finance Tutoring in New York City, NY

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

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Selected Finance Tutors in New York City, NY

The Finance tutors are exceedingly qualified to help you reach your goals. They come from such prestigious universities as 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 nationally recognized programs.

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Undergraduate Degree:
Columbia University - Computer Science

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Undergraduate Degree:
Oberlin College - Physics, Math

Graduate Degree:
University Of Rochester - Physics

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Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Washington - Computer Science

Graduate Degree:
London School Of Economics - Economics

How we help you master: Finance


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


Your tutor will pinpoint the areas in which you excel in Finance and the areas that require extra attention.


Our individualized lesson plans will assist you in realizing your educational goals.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Preliminary meeting in which the objectives for the year were discussed.  I learned a little bit about the student's own personal passions.  He is a very self-aware student for his age and is willing to openly express his confusion.  This will be a great arrangement.  

Student did a wonderful job today. Student is working on systems of equations and its applications and matrices. Student had to set up a system and write out the equation. He also had to find the solutions by putting them in matrix form and multiplying one matrix by its inverse to find the solutions. That was all we had to do for what he is doing now. I went ahead started teaching him some new stuff dealing with matrices. Adding, subtracting, and multiplying matrices. Student understood, so he should definitely be successful in the next up incoming lesson.

Worked through new type of problems involving a multi-step approach: using patients' given weight in pounds, converting to KG, then looking at drug labels and finding the recommended dosage and using that information in a ratio to find the daily dosage minimum and maximum amounts. Then the student had to decide if the ordered amount was safe or unsafe and why. Finally, using diluent amounts and the standard dosage calculation formula, she figured out how much of the drug to administer in mL. She did well with these problems and understood what needed to be done to accurately solve them.

Friday is review day. We reviewed: already, not only...but also, if this...then that, similarities, a moment, and about to happen. I love doing this.

We covered the student's mistakes from a PSAT practice test. She wrote an essay, which we reviewed together. Next week, we will begin working in the prep SAT book.

We went over the student's algebra work. We went over a worksheet involving how to figure out the equation for a rational function given the graph. We went over asymptotes, zeroes, and holes in functions. We also spent a decent amount of time reviewing polynomial long division and slant asymptotes. Overall, the student understands the material very well.

The session covered a homework assignment on solving quadratic equations, including clarifying the order of operations by which to solve the equations (e.g. division on both sides of the equation comes before taking the square root of both sides of the equation). We walked through the worksheet and a few problems from the text book, using a calculator to plug in answers into the original equations in order to confirm that they are correct.

We covered elimination and did some further practice on converting word problems to a system of equations. The student is doing very well with the material. I was proud to hear that she got a 100 on her last math quiz. As long as she keeps track of signs when multiplying by negative numbers, she will do just fine.

The student has done an amazing job at improving his understanding and application of statistical equations and tests. Today we reviewed ANOVA tables, calculating residuals, calculation of least sum of squares, least square fit, what degrees of freedom mean and how to determine the number of degrees of freedom. We also discussed how to organize his homework assignment in a manner that would be easy for the professor to read and understand. Finally, we discussed the importance of sequential processes and showing equations and calculations sequentially when submitting his homework.

The student and I started the session by reviewing her classmates' discussion question responses. This week, students posted drafts of their short essays on the discussion board so that other students could offer revision suggestions. She drafted two responses and then we moved on to working on her psychology coursework. The current unit covers disorders of childhood onset, and the class is now learning about autism. We went over basic information about autism spectrum disorders, finished reviewing the PowerPoint her professor posted, and started outlining the articles for the unit.

The student has a quiz tomorrow so we just reviewed for that. We continued to work on probability of coins, dice, cards, etc. We went over independent and dependent probabilities. We went over mutually exclusive and inclusive events. We went over multiplying and adding probabilities, Venn diagrams, and probabilities given an event.

We covered SAT vocabulary, mostly taking apart words to try to figure out what they might mean, what their connotation would be, etc. We did vocabulary multiple choice that involved eliminating answers so that even when he didn't know what the final word meant, he could safely answer that. We also looked at grid in math question and worked backwards. I left him with a practice SAT to be finished by our next meeting.

How can a Finance tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Finance?

Finance can be a demanding major. Many of its core courses involve close attention to detail, not to mention a strong understanding of numbers. But there is no need to worry! Varsity Tutors offers finance tutoring in the New York City, NY area. We offer college-level and graduate-level finance tutoring from accomplished academics and professionals. Whether you are taking a MBA course, a specialized master’s program, or an undergraduate finance course, we have expert tutors available to help you.

Our New York City finance tutors are highly skilled in all aspects of finance, as well as committed to helping their clients reach their goals. Our educational directors will select the perfect tutor for you based on your specific finance tutoring needs, your learning strengths, and your learning weaknesses. This tutor will develop one-on-one sessions that can assist you with homework, model difficult concepts and procedures, and prepare you for tough exams. Your New York City-area finance tutor will even travel to you - any location, any time.  

Fundamental concepts such as ‘cash flow’ and ‘net present value’ can be confusing to many students. And, while they might get the answers ‘right’ at the beginning through simple repetition, it’s difficult for them to progress in Finance unless they truly understand what these key concepts mean. Specific topics we can cover include everything from CAPM and WACC to the efficient market hypothesis and the optimal portfolio to annuities and international finance. Having trouble with a fixed income course? No problem. Need help understanding advanced valuation techniques? Our brilliant, patient finance tutors in Manhattan and the surround areas can help.

Whether you’re looking for help with specific finance problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced finance tutor in New York City, NY from Varsity Tutors is here to teach you how to succeed. Our tutors can walk you through fundamental equations, Excel spreadsheets, and help you gain the confidence to master financial models. After talking with you about your concerns and learning goals, your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, identify your areas of confusion, and create a customized program designed to get you back on track.

For more information about Varsity Tutors’ finance tutoring in NYC and the surrounding areas, call our educational directors today. We can help you get on a track to academic and professional success in finance. 

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