Award-Winning Science Tutors in New York, NY
Maggie "... In college, I continued to teach peers through Cornell Outdoor Education. I believe any student can suceed in the math and sciences regardless of gender or natural ability. Through repition, visulaization, and step by step understanding, any problem can be conquered..."
Laura "...Both my parents are teachers (one a violin teacher and another a professor), which has also influenced my ability and desire to help students learn. Beyond school, I studied the violin for 16 years, the piano five years, and sang in choir for six years. I also spent many years in elementary and middle school as a figure skater..."
Steven "...I received my Masters in Earth Science. I have been teaching science for eight years in the New York City System specifically in the Bronx. I am eager to help students in small groups or one on one..."
Olivia "...I do my best to approach challenging topics in a variety of ways until we can find the method that best enables the student to understand the material. In my experience, a concept that made no sense the first time it was taught can become clear if just looked at in a different way. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, soccer, attending theater, knitting, and traveling whenever possible..."
Aron "...I believe I can make all subjects I tutor more interesting for my students. I am a patient and calm person and easy to get along with. I have two grown children of my own whom I have tutored from time to time..."
Isha "... These highly social and outgoing experiences inform my global worldview and deep understanding of what sparks interest in the eyes of my students. Resilience, confidence and intellectual curiosity can take one to amazing places. In fact, these traits have given me the ability to develop engaging tutoring sessions that incorporate information from various disciplines to help students reach their full potential in the classroom and the workplace. My approach to teaching is not to just to impart information, but to share information in such a way that will empower students to ask questions..."
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Community Health
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Suleman "...When I work with a student for the first time, I like to begin with the very basics of the subject to ensure the individual has a proper grasp of the fundamentals. Students can often be hesitant to admit they are unsure of concepts that were taught in previous years because they feel they are expected to know them. However, without a proper understanding of the simple facets of a subject, the more complicated features can never be truly internalized..."
Sunil "I am currently a Product Manager at a NYC-based technology start-up and previously worked in management consulting and R&D Engineering. I graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Bio-Mechanical Engineering and grew up in southern California. I have tutored dozens of students of all ages in many academic areas, including SAT and SAT II prep, over the past ten years. Nearly all of the students I have worked with have seen material gains in their academic/test taking abilities and many have been accepted to top-tier colleges of their choice..."
Stesha "...Following graduation, I obtained my Masters in Chemistry at Seton Hall University. I am currently a PhD candidate in my final year at Seton Hall University with a focus in Biochemistry. I tutor both children and adults in the areas of Chemistry and Math..."
Maha "...As a high school student, I volunteered as a teaching assistant for a middle school science class. During college, I spent six months as a GED tutor, working with adults. Later, I spent two years as an Organic Chemistry Laboratory teaching assistant..."