Award-Winning Reading Tutors in New York, NY
Tiffany "... I love studying various author crafts as well as comparing multiple works of literature. In my classroom I love bringing the excitement and joy of reading alive for my students. As a teacher with years of experience, I have encountered scholars with diverse reading levels and abilities..."
Mallory "...During my time at Yale, I studied Classics and Humanities, served on the Executive Board of the Yale Dramatic Association, and travelled throughout Italy and Greece on a research fellowship. As a tutor, I am committed to helping my students reach their full academic potential. When it comes to test prep, I work carefully with my students to design a personalized program of study that takes advantage of their strengths and addresses their weaknesses, so that on test day they’ll earn their highest possible score. Outside of the SAT/ACT, my areas of strength are in reading, writing, language (Latin), and history. I believe that learning is an inherently enjoyable experience, and while I demand a lot of my students, I make sure that my tutoring sessions are engaging and fun..."
Charlotte "... So while I believe the key to a student understanding material is a deep engagement with it, I also have tools to help recall and organize information. I specialize in History, Psychology, English, Reading, and Writing. I have experience with a wide variety of age groups from 10 to 18. I am a theater director and freelance artist..."
Elisha "...I tutor math (Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra) as well as SAT math, English, and science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Biochemistry). I really enjoy tutoring math and English! Math always has an answer to work towards and can be taught using various mediums. English is also a favorite subject of mine as I love to read and write and love reading the works of others..."
Krishna "...I also attended a competitive specialized high school located in New York, NY. I graduated with honors and recognition in Biology Research & with special recognition by the Guidance Department. I have also been dancing for the last seven years and am versed in modern, hip-hop, contemporary, kathak, and Bhangra..."
Joseph "... I began tutoring 4 years ago when I decided to become a certified ESL teacher. My experience with the English language has become a cornerstone of every learning experience. If you are studying for history, science, or language exams, a good background in basic and advanced English skills will be an asset that you use every day. I believe in working closely with each student to find out what type of learner they are, and tailoring each session to their unique abilities and challenges..."
Marymount Manhattan College - Bachelors, English
Michael "...I have over five years of experience as an SAT and SHSAT tutor/teacher as well as years doing general Writing and English tutoring for K-12. I especially enjoy challenging my students with college-level work, and strongly believe that with the right approach, nothing is too hard to understand. Writing is my favorite subject to tutor, because there is no endpoint, and anyone can always be a better writer..."
Jessica "...I am passionate about learning and communication, and the role that psychology and language play in the learning process. Since high school, I have tutored elementary through college-level students in a variety of subjects (primarily liberal arts.) Everyone has a unique learning style. As a tutor, I identify and utilize study techniques that each student feels works best for them..."
Teresa "...As an attorney who has lived and studied abroad, my teaching style is influenced by my broad experiences and big-picture mentality, understanding that students learn in different ways. I believe the most important thing in teaching is to frame the problem in a way that the student can understand what the bigger questions are, and to create their own frameworks to address issues without outside assistance. I also believe in encouraging consistent and efficient study habits so that students know how to study most effectively..."
Columbia College - Bachelors, Biology, History
Columbia Law School - PhD, J.D.
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..."