Award-Winning PSAT Tutors in New York, NY
Ryan "... Furthermore, I try to have a student do some writing, some reading, and some discussion in each lesson, and in this way engage the main three modes of learning. That being said, I try to modify my teaching style to best benefit the type of student I am tutoring. Over the last year, I have been teaching test-prep for the ACT, SAT, and High School Entrance Exams, as well as high school writing; US History; Literature; and Chemistry, and all grade-school subjects..."
Michael "...I have always found it incredibly rewarding to inspire my students to achieve their maximum potential and watch them attain new found confidence in subject areas they previously dreaded. In recent years, I have focused on tutoring high school Math and Science. I also work with students on Spanish, ISEE, SSAT, SAT, ACT and collegiate level courses. As a Chemical Engineering student at UPenn, I learned the importance of having a great tutor firsthand..."
Benjamin "... After graduating, I performed internationally with a modern dance company. There I had the pleasure of teaching dance to a large range of ages and abilities. My experiences have varied from teaching Taiwanese school children to conducting workshops at Brown University..."
Frederick "... I know how to approach problems from different perspectives and I can change my style to match my students very easily. Not everyone learns the same way, and I'm not afraid to admit that my first methods might be wrong for a student. The moment that the information I'm teaching clicks in a student's head is a proud one, and it's hard to match that satisfaction..."
Reshma "... I started tutoring in high school, where I was a peer tutor in math and Spanish for all four years; in my junior and senior years, I was a lead peer tutor in the math program. Since then, I have worked with various education and mentorship programs to hone my one-on-one instruction abilities. I believe that figuring how to start can be the most challenging step in tackling a problem, so as a tutor, I focus on giving students strategies to begin problems and teaching them how to recognize patterns..."
Li "My philosophy in teaching is based on the fundamental principle that it’s okay to not know, I spent 2 years in college tutoring pre-meds in Organic chemistry, and student athletes in Physics, Biology, and Chinese. Upon graduation, I spent 1 year tutoring elementary students in math. I felt a sense of accomplishment when my student improve over the course of tutoring, and I felt extremely appreciated when I receive positive feedbacks from the students..."
Amber "... Although I have found my passion in the arts, I find great fulfillment tutoring math and science, because I think it's important for students to know they can succeed in these challenging subjects. I seek to develop an individual learning plan for each student, discovering the tools that will best help them succeed. My previous private tutoring clients have gone on to graduate at the top of their class..."
Henny "I've always known I wanted to teach. Once I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology/Neuroscience, I decided to pursue a Masters degree in Education. I love working with classrooms full of students, but I also love working with people one-on-one..."
Allen "...in an interdisciplinary major focused on economics and political science (3.9 GPA and magna cum laude). I am well equipped to tutor various standardized like the SAT, PSAT, SAT IIs, GMAT, and Regents because of both my familiarity with the exams as well as my success on the exams (2330 on the SAT, 760 on the GMAT)as well as in most subject areas. I have extensive prior experience tutoring in both group and private settings and am excited to make the experience as stress-free and rewarding for my students..."
Alexis "...Johns University, working towards obtaining a Psy.D. in School Psychology. I graduated from Cornell University, where I studied Child Development. I absolutely love working with students of all ages..."