Award-Winning SAT Writing and Language Tutors in New York, NY
Arshya "...I love the language and the culture, but understand the complexity and nuances of this beautiful language. Let's work on appreciating it together. If I can be of assistance in your mission to improve this subject, please do not hesitate to let me know. I would love to see if we can work out a compatible schedule..."
University of Southern California - Bachelors, Biological Sciences
Frank "...My students benefit from my comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter, high energy, enthusiasm, and patience. I spend time getting to know the individual needs of my students and then tailor a program of study that best addresses both subject matter gaps and test taking strategies and skills. 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..."
University of Colorado Boulder - B.A. Summa cum laude, Economics
Stanford University - MBA, Business
Paisley "...in Art and Art Education from Columbia University. Since graduating from Williams, I have been teaching middle school English and high school art in public schools. With my 9 years of private tutoring experience, I also meet with clients all over New York City and Long Island, tutoring middle and high school students in Test Prep, Writing and Reading, and adults in English language..."
Williams College - BA, English Literature
Columbia University in the City of New York - MA, Art, Art Education
Mike "...In addition to teaching full-time, I co-facilitated the after school program PC SKILLZ, which teaches kids about HIV/AIDS using soccer-based drills and activities. Before Peace Corps, I tutored at Colby’s Writers’ Center, where I worked with students across a wide range of disciplines. I also co-led two summers of Overland’s College Essay Program, helping 140 rising seniors to craft strong personal essays. I love working with students, especially on matters of language use and writing..."
Colby College - Bachelors, English w/ concentration in Creative Writing
Krishna "I have tutored extensively throughout high school. I was a private tutor to students ages 7-14 in math, reading, writing, and science. I helped found a mentorship organization that tutored elementary-aged children in reading, writing, and math in preparation for the New York State exams..."
Cornell University - BS, Biology
Maggie "...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 editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law. I am particularly passionate about elementary school math and science and about literature..."
Mount Holyoke College - B.A., Education, Sociology
New York University - JD, Law
Elias "...I took this opportunity to become a tutor in order to participate in a community that I feel great connection to, as teaching is in my blood. I wish to utilize my time here to creatively and constructively help others who are brave enough to seek a tutor. My goal as a tutor is to help students be what and who they want to be..."
State University of New York at New Paltz - Bachelors, Communications
Gus "I recently graduated from Harvard College. I hold a B.A. in History and a lot of textbooks. I love tutoring my favorite subjects, including History (obviously), Biology (I used to want to be a doctor), Spanish (I went to Costa Rica to learn about being a doctor), and the SAT (okay, maybe *favorite* is a stretch)..."
Harvard University - BA, History
Jeff "...I started tutoring in high school and have been hooked ever since! I enjoy helping others succeed in any way I can. After spending a few years helping students in my hometown prepare for the SAT, I've more recently focused on the hard sciences. I've taught students of all ages in the past and I believe it is important to curtail your teaching methods to the student's favorite learning style..."
Princeton University - BA, Molecular Biology
Abrar "...A perfect score should simply be a goal to strive towards. I believe in making mistakes. The best way to learn is to correct and review mistakes. This ensures that fewer and fewer errors are made in subsequent performances..."
La Guardia Community College - Associates, Biology