Award-Winning Science Tutors in New York, NY
Jennifer "...I have had success teaching these topics to those with and without a strong technical background. Clients have told me my sense of humor helps makes the tutoring experience more pleasant. I am a consulting structural engineer in NYC with 8 years of experience in new construction and renovations. I received BS in Civil Engineering with a minor in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University and an MSE in Structures from Princeton University..."
Carnegie Mellon University - BS, Civil Engineering and Architecture
Princeton University - MSE, Mechanics, Materials and Structures
Genesis "...I'm certified to teach from kindergarten to grade 12. The liberal arts curriculum I took at St. John's University has ensured that I not only can tutor students in technical fields but also humanities..."
St. Johns University - BA, Biology
State Certified Teacher
Sebastian "...While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about English, Literature and Math. In my experience helping struggling students in English and Math is the most rewarding since those are the most fundamental subjects. I am a firm proponent of education, believing it to be absolutely necessary for better opportunities in life..."
Peter "... I believe that any student can learn any subject if they are willing to work at it and they have a teacher who is patient, talented, and dedicated to helping them. My tutoring method is to cover the material the student will be working on, have them do some practice problems, and when they get to a point where they're getting a lot of them right have them take me through some problems while they explain the steps. I have learned over the years that the only way to know if you have mastered a subject is to see if you can teach it to someone else..."
Courtney "...Challenges are necessary to become successful students and successful members of society. It is how we deal with those challenges that we prove our excellence in the world. I am here to help face the challenges that these subjects may bring for a student..."
Fairleigh Dickinson University - BS, General Science
Margarita "...I have been tutoring students since I was in 7th grade, and my favorite subject to tutor is math. 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..."
Rod "... With regards to learning, I believe there are 3 keys: practice, practice and more practice! In other words, my message to you is be not afraid. Any seemingly complex knowledge can be learned with sufficient understanding and review. I am here to guide you every step of the way. When I am not working or teaching, I am cooking, exercising, reading, meditating or just being with friends having a relaxing time..."
Sejal "...I am a PADI certified Divemaster who has worked with special needs children and done scientific research in labs and the field. Throughout my education, I have been a well-rounded student in sciences and the humanities because of my patience in problem solving and because I utilize different study methods for different material. I have experience working with a wide range of students from elementary school to college students..."
Jeanne "...I currently tutor Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, and general science. I have loved Biology since I was in High School and especially love Microbiology because it is completely fascinating. My tutoring style tends to be a mix of both auditory (explaining) and visual (drawing) styles with the understanding that each student learns in their own way..."
Noah "...While at Williams I was a peer tutor for various subjects including writing and political science. I have also tutored per-calculus, biology, geometry, and SAT Math, reading, and writing. My strengths as a tutor are quickly analyzing student's learning habits and tailoring my approach to best suit their needs and skills. I set reachable goals for every session and clear expectations about my responsibilities and the students responsibilities in preparing for our work together in order to maximize the time we have..."