Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in New York, NY
Kimberly "I am currently pursuing my Masters in Public Health at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. I received my B.A. in Psychology and Environmental Studies at Wesleyan University. In high school, I was selected by my teachers to tutor classmates in Chemistry, Physics, and Geometry..."
Wesleyan University - BA, Psychology, Environmental Studies
Columbia University in the City of New York - Master's, Public Health
Lucia "I graduated from Wellesley College, where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Astrophysics, with an additional concentration in Women's and Gender Studies. While at Wellesley, I studied studio art (specifically, oil painting and life drawing), studied French and Italian, and studied abroad in London. I have a long history of tutoring and teaching, ranging from peer-tutoring in college-level astronomy to tutoring third graders in Common Core math..."
Travis "I am most recently a graduate of New York University having received an MA in Applied Quantitative research. Previous to my graduate studies, I received a BA in Theatre and a BA in Sociology from the University of New Mexico. In the Fall of 2015 I will become a PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center in Sociology..."
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - BA, Theatre
New York University - MA, Applied Quantitative Research
Ben "... I currently live in the East Village, a neighborhood packed with coffee shops, bars, live music, and just a generally awesome Hispanic/artsy culture. Back in college, I served as a teaching assistant and tutor for a Microbiology honors course for Biology majors, as well as an Introductory Biology/Life Science course for students fulfilling their General Science credits. My time spent as a TA included lecture style teaching and overseeing laboratory sessions for a 20-30 student class, as well as small group and one-on-one tutoring sessions..."
Penn State University - BS, Biology, with concentrations in Vertebrate Physiology and Neuroscience
New York University School of Medicine - MD, prospective graduation date: May 2013
Sarah "I am a graduate of Clark University where I received my B.A in Physics and Mathematics. I grew up going between Los Angeles and Paris, always in a French school so I quickly became bilingual. I have always loved science, in particular physics and mathematics and have been lucky enough to share this with others through tutoring..."
Jason "I am a recent Colgate University graduate with a B.A. degree in Biochemistry. Over the past five (5) years, I have tutored several students ranging from the ages of 7 to 18..."
Spencer "I am a recent graduate of Stony Brook University (SUNY) from where I received my Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Mathematics & Statistics with a concentration in Physical Sciences. Throughout my undergraduate career, I was fortunate enough to participate in several research-oriented internships in New York and Maryland. These allowed me to gain invaluable experience and apply my knowledge to real-life applications..."
Chris "I am a passionate teacher who strives to improve my student's performance in math and any tests. Over the last ten years, I developed customized lessons to challenge and interest students of all levels and ages. In creating these lessons, I found non-traditional approaches to teaching the content in a way that was fun and helpful to the students..."
James "I am a graduate of Oberlin College, where I earned a Bachelor of the Arts in English Literature with a Politics minor. While at Oberlin, I served as Editor-in-Chief of the school's alternative weekly newspaper, and worked in its writing center. Working with students to improve their essays was one of my favorite parts of college and I'm excited to be back at it. Since graduating, I've worked for Oberlin's Office of Communications, written for two alternative weeklies (Cleveland's Scene and Portland's Willamette Week) and an app (Countable.us), and gone on tour with my band..."
Jeremy "I specialize in test prep (MCAT, LSAT, SAT, etc.), but am equally motivated to tutor in the variety of subjects listed in my profile. After leaving a promising career as an associate at one of the world's most profitable law firms, I am now applying to medical school and working with children and teens as a part-time clinical research associate and patient educator in the field of pediatric asthma at a prestigious academic medical center. Oh, have I mentioned yet that I have discovered the keys to all-around academic improvement? Ok, I’m still a recovering lawyer, so that statement comes with caveats..."