Award-Winning SAT Math Tutors in New York, NY
Robert I like Math and Physics, and I believe that I will be able to use my skills to help students learn more about these subjects. I will be patient, and I will try to make each session as interesting and fulfilling as possible. I will be responsive to the student's needs and will use my strengths in Math and Physics to help the student achieve success in these areas, always with thoughtfulness and consideration.
St. John's University - B.S. cum laude, Physics
Rebecca ...instrumental in getting me back into an academic mode of thinking. I am excited to learn from my students while also imparting some of my excitement for and interest in my various disciplines. When I'm not working, I love to read, write, attend concerts, visit museums, travel and eat -- I'm working through a massive, ever-expanding list of recipes to try. Recent triumphs have included borscht, rice pudding, focaccia and, most proudly, perfectly poached eggs.
Fordham College at Lincoln Center - BA, Classical languages / history
Navdeep I'm a Mechanical engineering student from Binghamton University. I'm currently on route to graduate in the upcoming year and have a passion for higher mathematics and engineering. I do have past experience tutoring and feel the best way to helps students is by connecting materials to one's personal interests, and to maximize one's strengths within a subject.
Binghamton University - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Rick I am a lifelong learner, and I look forward to helping students with their studies as I work through my own. After graduating Princeton, I worked at a number of tech firms, including Google, but I've recently found myself back in the classroom as I prepare to pursue a PhD in Psychology.
Kevin ...Teacher's Aide on Long Island where I worked one-on-one with students who needed a little extra attention in certain subject areas. I am comfortable teaching a number of subjects at a number of different levels, but my absolute favorite subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Math and Biomedical Engineering. The basic sciences are always the most interesting because they govern the behavior of the world around us and it still amazes me how a few simple equations...
Sagar ...students to be the best they can be in school, with the understanding that all students excel in certain subjects over others. With that in mind, I intend to help each succeed with the utmost professionalism and patience. Given my corporate background, I'm also resourceful for career guidance and advice, and gladly willing to answer questions regarding college and onward! In my free time, I enjoy watching movies, playing basketball, listening to hip-hop, and spending time...
George Mason University - Bachelors, Mathematics
Alex ...to be a pediatric surgeon in the future. I have worked as a teaching assistant for a Columbia biology lab course, taught ESL to immigrants from China, and tutored extensively in math, science, and test prep. I especially enjoy tutoring science because I believe that sometimes a little bit of personalized attention can go a long way when students are missing just one or two key points of understanding. I love seeing a concept click...
Tori ...viewed as a chore, but as an exciting opportunity to learn more about the world we live in. I have always loved science, and my favorite subjects to tutor are Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy. My strengths as a tutor would most likely be my friendliness and enthusiasm, as well as my genuine desire to help students master the material. In my free time, I enjoy running, watching football, playing the piano, and baking.
Lauren ...and the college application process to the next generation of students. I have a passion for math and science, and I want to share my excitement about these topics with others. Whether I am tutoring someone who shares my passion for these subjects and wants that extra edge, or someone who is struggling with the concepts, I want to help students strive to be the most successful and thoughtful that they can possibly be.
Maggie ...I have significant classroom teaching experience; I hold an elementary education teaching license in Massachusetts. I have worked with students from pre-school through sixth grade as a student and lead teacher and have tutored at the middle school and high school level. Additionally, I have significant essay drafting, editing, and research experience. I am a published academic author in the Alaska Law Review, and during my second year of law school I was a staff...