Award-Winning SAT Tutors in New York, NY
Michael "Approaching math and science problems with optimism and desire for learning are key to developing one's mind and skills. More than helping to understand subjects, my goal in tutoring is to transmit desire for the sciences and passion for learning, which I believe is key to learning in the long run.."
Emma "I'm an NYU (New York University) student pursuing a degree in Economics. I'm a hands on tutor who loves students, and I'm passionate about sharing my interests. I graduated high school with a bilingual diploma in Spanish, am familiar with Spanish language and culture, and have traveled widely..."
Margarita "...My family is originally from Russia, and I grew up with a very strong and traditional math background. I always find teaching math to students to be gratifying, and I hope to share some of my love for math with my students. I also enjoy tutoring test prep, especially since I know how stressful the process of applying to colleges (and later graduate schools) is! With every student, I aim to find an individualized approach that makes our time together productive, helpful, and enjoyable..."
Kim "...I know each student is an individual and they all have different abilities, learning styles, and interests. I incorporate different teaching styles and tailor my sessions to help all my students grasp the concepts we cover. My passion is tutoring Mathematics..."
CUNY Lehman - MsEd., Education
State Certified Teacher
Deanna "...John’s University. My lab instructing and tutoring experiences have taught me to fully grasp an understanding of each student’s goals, and to work with them to excel above and beyond their own expectations. In my experience, it has been apparent that not all students have the same personality or interests, but success is typically achieved by working together to shape a curriculum specific to his or her character. In order to achieve a productive relationship with my students, I believe that the education process requires a balance of hard work, organization, and fun..."
SUNY Geneseo - BS, Biology/Biomathematics
St. John's University - M.S., Biological and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Everet "...I also received my B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University, magna cum laude, in October 2014. I have tutored undergraduates in math, statistics, and economics for several years..."
Jill "...I originally started college as a pre-medical student, but then switched to a Psychology major, with a Biology and Chemistry double minor after I decided Medical school just wasn't for me. My plan for he future is still undecided, however I'm leaning towards pursuing a higher degree in Genetics. I loved school when I was growing up, and science and math classes were my favorite subjects because they made the most sense to me, but I understand that they can become very challenging very fast. My past tutoring experience involved mostly mathematics tutoring in subjects such as geometry and algebra, but I feel just as confident in my knowledge about the science courses to be equally helpful. As a tutor, I like to get to the core of the problem that my students are having with their respective subjects..."
Bailey "I am a graduate of Boston University and the University of Miami School of Law. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies with minors in both Spanish and Visual Arts. I am fluent in Spanish with a near-native proficiency..."
Malcolm "... I work at whatever pace best suits them. I relate subject material to the student’s other interests to best engage him or her. The only things I keep the same for every student are the values I encourage: thoroughness and patience with regard to work ethic, curiosity and appreciation with regard to the material..."
Camilla "I have recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2013, majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in Mandarin Chinese. Since graduation, I have spent my time finishing premed requirements for my future applications to medical school, visiting my family in Italy, and privately tutoring students in New York City high schools. Having been raised in New York City myself, I have first-hand experience with the rigorous academic curriculums and standardized tests with which many New York City students are challenged..."