Award-Winning Physics Tutors in New York, NY
William "I attended SUNY Geneseo with a major in Chemistry (ACS certified B.S.) along with a minor in mathematics while focusing on Physical Chemistry. Since graduation, I have been tutoring high school students independently, focusing on physical sciences (Chemistry, Physics) and mathematics. Recently, I decided to become part of the Varsity Tutor organization in order to branch out my network..."
State University of New York, Geneseo - BS, Chemistry (Mathematics minor)
Mick "I am a semi-retired Medical Physicist from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, a renowned teaching hospital with a world-wide reputation. I have instructed some of the most successful Doctors and Physicists practicing in the cancer cure community today. Due to my love of teaching and working with students, I fill my days with teaching science and mathematics as much as possible..."
Trenton State - BS, Physics
Columbia - MS, Medical Physics
State Certified Teacher
Alex "Tutoring and working with students has been a passion of mine for many years.After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, I worked as a middle school math teacher with Teach For America - Bay Area. During that time I began tutoring SAT/ACT and high school science and math. Currently, I am a medical student at Einstein and continue to tutor SAT/ACT, and math and science courses in the New York metro area. My expertise is in math, science, and test taking strategies..."
Scott "I thoroughly enjoy math and science, and it shows! I've tutored for over seven years and with a Bachelor's degree and Masters in environmental engineering, four years of industry experience and five years as a professional sailor, I have a lot of appreciation for how the world around us works. From the simple process of doubling a recipe, to finding the optimum angle between wind and current to win a sailing race, to deeper questions about the workings of the cosmos, I hope to help students understand and internalize just how important (and useful!) an education in math and science really is!."
Hunter "...Since graduating I have completed a Post-Baccalaureate program in Pre-Medicine, served as an instructor for both College Level Human Anatomy and Human Physiology courses and worked as a Research Assistant in a Cardiovascular Physiology laboratory. I will enter medical school in the Fall of 2015. While I tutor a broad range of science courses, I most enjoy teaching Human Physiology, Biology, and Organic Chemistry..."
John "I graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Chemistry minor. I was a volunteer biology tutor for a college organization and was an undergraduate teaching assistant for an introductory biology laboratory course. I am very passionate about math and science and enjoy teaching others about it..."
Mohammad "...I generally tutor Biology, Chemistry, and French, but I also have experience with standardized tests, study skills, and time management. Biology is definitely my favorite subject, but it certainly isn’t easy and it isn’t always taught well. I remember looking at 2-D pictures of cells so often that I forgot that cells are actually enclosed 3-dimensional spheres! In my tutoring sessions, I work hard to make Biology come alive..."
Columbia University-Columbia College - BA, Biology
Maggie "I recently graduated from Cornell University where I majored in Environmental Engineering. Because of my acedemic background, my tutoring strenghs are in math and science. I began tutoring in high school as president of the Math Honors Society and a member of the science honors society..."
Jessen "...I consider it a privilege to be given the opportunity to help the student discover his or her own unique talent. Consequently, my job does not end at the ringing of a timer—it ends when I have delivered quality aid. I understand the fear of the seemingly unapproachable..."
Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn College - Bachelors, Biology/ Classics minor
Mahir "I am a current junior at Rutgers University as a Presidential Scholar, majoring in Biomedical Engineering (BME). I graduated from Biotechnology High School in the Monmouth County Vocational School District, where I believe I learned all the fundamental study skills to carry me successfully through my following years to come. When I obtain my B.S. from Rutgers, I plan to go on and eventually get a Master's and Ph.D. My favorite and strongest subjects are math and the sciences..."