Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in New York, NY
Dirk "...Throughout my life I had a genuine interest in science, with a specific captivation for Chemistry. I’m happy that I could incorporate that fascination into my career. In addition to my desire to learn more about science and to apply that knowledge, I hold a passion for teaching..."
TU Braunschweig, Germany - Diploma, Chemistry
University of Utah - Ph.D., Chemsitry
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
State Certified Teacher
Orkhan "...My teaching philosophy consists of a belief that the understanding of subjects combined with an appropriate teaching strategy could be one of the most effective ways to help students. My particular focus consists of my interest in learning styles and its application to education. Therefore, my tutoring strategy is more individualized based on learning styles..."
University of Rochester - BS, Chemical Engineering
Samuel "... It was in my freshman year at Muhlenberg that I was first trained as a tutor. Ever since I have been tutoring Math, Chemistry and standardized tests. Tutoring is a pleasure to me, I particularly enjoy helping students reach that 'aha' moment, where they gain an insight into a particular concept..."
Muhlenberg College - BS, Chemistry
Andrew "Aside from being an avid scholar, I am a world traveler and enjoy trying new things! I also love to run, draw, read, and cook, either with friends or simply by myself. I stay in shape both mentally and physically: I am constantly training to be my best. Whenever the opportunity arises to help elevate someone, I take it..."
Michigan State University - BS, Human Biology
Hannah "...After graduation, I went to Africa for six months. I spent three months in Tanzania teaching English and three months in Mozambique working as a research assistant at a health clinic. My international teaching experience helped me become a more creative teacher because I often had to improvise on the spot when my students didn't understand me, which happens quite a lot when you and your students don't speak the same language..."
Williams College - BA, Biology
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
Sarah "...I can help with all levels of math and physics up through graduate level course work. I also can tutor all levels of French as I have taken the French baccalaureat. I started tutoring in high school, everything from math, literature, to French and Latin..."
Clark University - BA, Physics and Mathematics
Corey "...That is not to say that I cannot and don't want to tutor in other subjects. My experience in teaching and tutoring stems from even before I was a math peer tutor in high school. As an older brother to an ambitious teenager, I've found myself helping my brother out in his math homework and answering his questions with detailed and thorough explanations..."
MIT - BA, Chemical Engineering
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