### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Bowmansville, NY

Phillip I develop relationships with the students I tutor. I believe the most crucial component to successfully achieve goals is trust. More importantly, I believe everyone is able to learn all content and it is my personal mission to educate others.... I firmly believe all material is conquerable. If instruction is fun, informative, rigorous, and applicable to the student's life, he or she will excel.... Session one is very important. This is where expectations are established. Goals are marked. And most importantly, communication and trust is developed.

SUNY College at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Mathematics Education, Computer Information Systems

Luke ...moment and a successful academic year. I am currently a student at Niagara University working on a B.S. degree in Mathematics. I offer tutoring in Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and all math high school math. My favorite subject to tutor is Calculus because I think it is a challenging subject that I am well-qualified to teach in; which results in a lot of growth with my students. I have a very strong interest...

Niagara University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics (B.S.)

Ashutosh I have been tutoring for the past 5 years. My quality of providing a student specific help makes me a great tutor. I am very good at analyzing a student and finding out the areas where a student needs strengthening.

CUNY Hunter College - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Lite ...that sharing knowledge benefits every person. You always get to keep the information that you share as a teacher, and the student can always share it with someone else. As a student at UTBM in France (semester abroad), I used my language skills to help my fellow international students navigate the city we lived in, communicate with other students and teachers, and achieve their academic goals. At the same time, I helped my fellow French...

State University of New York at Buffalo - Bachelors, Romance Languages - French

Kristen ...important it can be to have someone there to work through the material with you, at your own pace. I love working with kids, and I also have experience working with students ages 6-24. I know that there's serious pressure on students to excel and learn at home, and that can be overwhelming for parents. I am confident that I can help students improve academically by working patiently and diligently with them one-on-one. My strongest...

Georgetown University - Bachelors, Pre-Med

Trevor ...struggle in the subject of Mathematics and as my experiences and awareness grew it seemed to me that the “great” teacher, the one that is able to communicate with a variety of people, were in short supply. My perspective on subjects allows me to view things in a variety of ways allowing me to create different methods of explaining the same problem. This skill helps me to find the most efficient descriptions of processes based...

SUNY at Fredonia - Bachelors, Mathematics

Rochester Institute of Technology - Masters, Applied Mathematics

Cherub ...learnt from my experiences that it takes more than smarts and desire to venture into any academic path. I have endured countless rejections, setbacks, disappointments but I have also met great pioneers and motivators who have urged me to push forward. I am also honored to report that I am trendsetter in my family; The first to earn a Bachelor’s degree and also the very first of my entire family to receive any graduate level...

SUNY at Binghamton - Bachelors, Biological Science

University at Buffalo - Current Grad Student, Medicine

Bridget ...tutoring during my sophomore year of undergrad for the Equal Opportunity Program at Buffalo State. Helping others has always been a passion of mine. I tutor mathematics and physics, both of which I will finishing bachelors degrees in this coming fall semester. In my free time I enjoy doing yoga and gardening. I also enjoy traveling and exploring the world. So far I have explored most of Europe while studying abroad in Manchester, England.... I belief in teaching concepts rather than memorizing problems. In mathematics this is very important because test problems can differ greatly from practice but as long as the student fully understands the concepts then they can handle any problem given to them. I also belief that every student is capable of succeeding with hard work and an inspirational educator.

SUNY College at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Dual Degree: Physics and Mathematics

Kelsey ...During my college career, I was a tutor and teaching assistant for college level cell biology, evolutionary biology, and human anatomy. I believe that hard work is the key to academic success and have used this philosophy to help many struggling students reach their goals. I've had many wonderful experiences tutoring and pride myself on my ability to break down difficult concepts into easily digestible information. Outside of tutoring and academia I enjoy going to...

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Biomedical Sciences

Andrew I am from Chicago, Illinois but now live in Buffalo, New York. I am current freshman Civil Engineering major with a double minor in Mathematics and Spanish at the University of Delaware. I love to travel, learn, play sports, and help people. I have tutored for almost 4 years now and can definitely help anyone who needs it, especially in Math and Spanish. ... My teaching philosophy is based off what the tutee needs help with. I am a very flexible person and can adapt to any style that someone wants. Overall, I believe that as a teacher, my philosophy is to be insightful and to go at whatever pace the tutee wants to be able to get him/her to fully understand the material.

University of Delaware - Current Undergrad, Civil Engineering