Award-Winning SAT Math Tutors in New York, NY
Frank "...I develop a rapport with my students often utilizing my quick wit and good humor and this relationship helps to motivate them and elicit their best performance. In addition, I utilize frequent testing and feedback to reinforce their progress. My academic credentials are excellent and include a B.A. in Economics (summa cum laude) and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business..."
Mick "...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. Since I have spent my professional life immersed in a field that demands practical results, I frame lessons with an eye toward real life applications—a technique not found in dry academic surroundings..."
Trenton State - BS, Physics
Columbia - MS, Medical Physics
State Certified Teacher
Jenny "... As a Peer Leader during my senior year of high school, I served as a student teacher in a sophomore health class, working with two of my peers to create and deliver about 60 full lessons. At Georgetown, I became a teaching assistant for a General Psychology survey course. In my role as an honors research assistant at a psychology laboratory on campus, I also helped to train incoming research assistant in laboratory procedures and study design. At Varsity, I tutor Algebra, Geometry, AP-level Statistics, as well as AB and IB-level Psychology..."
Sam "...While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about mathematics. I have found that there is no correct way to tutor students, for every student has vastly different needs; therefore, I try to always teach in a way that specifically caters to each individual's specific needs. I strongly believe that a good education is key to a happy and successful life..."
State University of New York at Albany - BA, Mathematics
Justin "...I've worked with students of all ages on grade-level studies in math, science, the humanities and foreign languages. Students at top high schools like Stuyvesant and Brooklyn Tech are especially engaging to work with due to the challenging nature of the material and the lively mind of the student. In addition to my own tutoring practice, I've also been director of a non-profit tutoring center..."
Alexander "...I am passionate about history and geography and I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm for those subjects with my students. My favorite subject to tutor is European history, although I enjoy working in all social studies subjects. I also really enjoy math tutoring and I have done a lot of it. I strongly believe in the value of education. Few things are more rewarding than helping a student learn and develop academically..."
Stephanie "I graduated from Oberlin College in 2008 with a double degree in math and politics, and then I moved to China. I spent more than four years in China working as a teacher for Chinese and international students. I've taught all different ages and types of students, in subjects ranging from ESL to math to SAT..."
Dominique "...where I pursued my passions in acting, working with children, debate, writing and international affairs. I have continued these passions in college by volunteering with children in Indonesia, participating in my school's debate team, and doing 5 professional internships. As a tutor, I consider my greatest strengths to be in English, History and French due to my academic background..."
Alexander "In the area of math, I apply my background having spent extra-curricular time in math clubs and taking classes outside of public school instruction, like number theory and history of math, to make math an interesting, rewarding and practical subject for my students. In the area of reading and writing, I am familiar with teaching and evaluation methods to identify and help reading and writing issues, including reading strategies, like reviewing and summarizing, and writing strategies, like story maps, free writing, genre writing, and voice writing. As a tutor for your child, I am committed to learning about your child’s personality, interests, and learning styles, and work to make the content relevant and engaging so that your child will gain the confidence, on top of the practice to flourish in their target subjects.."
Christina "... Math is about problem solving, puzzles and thinking outside the box. By presenting problems within their skillset but slightly beyond their experience, it allows for the imaginary side of math to emerge while preparing them to approach a new problem with confidence. As the Math Department Head of my school, I have an intricate understanding of math standards for 6th- 12th grade, as well as the new Common Core Standards being piloted through NYC this year. This knowledge paired with my classroom understanding has been key to not only preparing my students for their current grade but really hone in what knowledge they will really need for the next sequential math classes..."
University of Massachusetts Amherst - BA, Political Science/Economics
CUNY Brooklyn College - MS, Mathematics Education
NYU Wagner - MPA, Non-profit and Public Administration
State Certified Teacher