Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in New York, NY
Daljit "Currently residing in the East coast, I earned my Bachelor's in Life Science with a Pre-Medical concentration at the New York Institute of Technology. Since graduation, I have been volunteering my time to non-profits that work to raise awareness about minorities and the daily struggles they continue to face. I am an aspiring doctor, and I hope to serve underprivileged communities by helping them get better access to healthcare..."
New York Institute of Technology - BA, Life Science, Pre-Med
Clark "... My favorite subject is Accounting because it affects every aspect of life. I also love Biology, the study of life on this planet, I think it's a fascinating subject and am always intrigued by how interdependent all of life is on this planet. My style of tutoring is to explain the basic components of a concept and check if the student understands them at each step..."
York College - BS, Accounting
Keller Graduate School - MBA, Accounting and Financial Management
Abismael "...I also tutored in high school and at MIT. I am really good at tutoring because I can break down the subject matter in a multitude of ways and explain it differently each time. Additionally, I am really good at helping students make connections between two seemingly unrelated topics..."
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering
Jacob "I have been a tutor for over 2 years and have helped many students from the ages of 9 to 22. I have helped students study for tests, quizzes, college entrance exams, SAT an ACT tests, SAT subject tests, and AP exams. I specialize in Math and Science subjects because I am one of those weird people that enjoy those subjects very much! My favorite part of tutoring is getting to know my students and their families..."
Pennsylvania State University - BS, General Science
Rachel "...I particularly enjoy tutoring organic and biochemistry because they’re the building blocks for other biology courses, and for the world around us. It’s hard to make atoms and molecules significant when they’re presented alone, but if you can put them in context by connecting them to things that are visible and tangible, these abstract concepts become a new way of understanding how life works! I’m excited by the subjects I have the privilege of teaching, and I think that’s what makes my tutoring style special. I really believe that anyone can enjoy learning about the most complicated topics as long as they have someone who’s enthusiastic about explaining them in comprehensible ways..."
Wesleyan University - BA, Biology
Columbia University - MS, Narrative Medicine
Agata "I'm currently a certified Social Studies teacher for Middle School and High School in NYC. I absolutely love history, literature, the arts and social sciences. I hold a BA in Sociology from CUNY Queens College and a MA in Economics and Education from Teachers College Columbia University..."
CUNY Queens College - BA, Sociology
Teachers College at Columbia University - MA, Economics and Education
Ron "...In addition, I have tutored Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus. However, chemistry was my first love and it remains my favorite subject to teach. I have always loved science. But what I enjoy most is helping young people learn..."
SUNY College at Oswego - BS, Chemistry
Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Ph.D., Chemistry
Alec "...I also tutor for standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, AP tests, and the MCAT. I sincerely believe that while some of the concepts presented in these subjects and tests seem initially very difficult, they become much less intimidating if you have the confidence and perspective to look at the problems from the right angle. They don't have to be so challenging! I like to connect on students' levels and help them to find that confidence..."
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - BA, Chemistry and Mathematics
Monika "I received a B.S. in Biochemistry from Boston College, and I am currently working on my PhD in Molecular Microbiology. I never really thought I would get a doctorate in science- I found science to be quite challenging while I was doing my undergraduate studies. Learning how to study efficiently was really important for my success at Boston College and in getting into a PhD program..."
Boston College - B.S., Biochemistry
CUNY - Ph.D., Molecular Biology
Amanda "I am a public school teacher (Chemistry and Living Environment) but can tutor most sciences. I truly believe in differentiated learning and once I know the learning style of a student, I tailor my teaching style for optimum time usage. I love to utilize stories from my real life experiences in labs to help students understand the implications of their science education.."
Hofstra University - BS, Biology
State Certified Teacher