# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Angola, NY

Helen ...hard to start that journey by yourself. Maybe years of coursework has worn you down and discouraged your once fiery passion to learn, but I hope to help you rediscover that passion. I'm currently an undergraduate student at the University of Rochester hoping to double major in Molecular Genetics & International Relations, on a premed track. I've been tutoring my younger sister (7 years my junior) since she could talk: I remember setting up my...

University of Rochester - Current Undergrad, Molecular Genetics, Political Science, Premed

Dustin ...subjects to tutor are calculus, trigonometry, and algebra. I've taught calculus courses at the college level multiple times, and I thoroughly enjoyed it each time. I believe that understanding how students learn mathematics is essential to teaching and tutoring mathematics. There are many different forms of teaching. I feel that I'm a great tutor because I try to understand how each student learns and then shape my instruction in such a way that will promote...

SUNY College at Brockport - Bachelors, Mathematics

SUNY College at Brockport - Masters, Mathematics

University of Buffalo - PhD , Mathematics

Avni ...writing and algebra. Both are things that can appear complicated and difficult, but often there is only one stumbling block that a student is having a problem with. Once you isolate the issue, everything becomes simple! My tutoring style is to talk and work through a lot of practice problems together. When the student feels comfortable tackling some practice problems on their own, I know they've mastered the concept. I'm also a great listener; if...

Case Western Reserve University - BA, Biology and Cognitive Science (minor in French)

Phillip I develop relationships with the students I tutor. I believe the most crucial component to successfully achieve goals is trust. More importantly, I believe everyone is able to learn all content and it is my personal mission to educate others.... I firmly believe all material is conquerable. If instruction is fun, informative, rigorous, and applicable to the student's life, he or she will excel.... Session one is very important. This is where expectations are established. Goals are marked. And most importantly, communication and trust is developed.

SUNY College at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Mathematics Education, Computer Information Systems

Trevor ...a variety of ways allowing me to create different methods of explaining the same problem. This skill helps me to find the most efficient descriptions of processes based on the student. Different people need different explanations for the same material. This has been proven time and time again from my helping with Calculus as a teacher’s assistant to Statistics; as a teacher at the college level to helping children learn fractions. My wish is to...

SUNY at Fredonia - Bachelors, Mathematics

Rochester Institute of Technology - Masters, Applied Mathematics

Lite ...international students navigate the city we lived in, communicate with other students and teachers, and achieve their academic goals. At the same time, I helped my fellow French students understand the relationship of integration with area under or above a function on a graph, and helped them use this relationship to demonstrate our findings in Excel (Microsoft Office). While my studies are concentrated in linguistics and in particular the French language, I am also very...

State University of New York at Buffalo - Bachelors, Romance Languages - French

Patrick ...school level, and love the challenge of finding new ways to motivate and educate students. Math has always been a passion of mine and I have found use for it in my everyday life. I have realized that there are many different ways of approaching a single, simple problem. Having the best skills and tools to make various approaches can be crucial when trying to find a solution. I believe I have the ability to...

SUNY Geneseo - BS Biology, Biology

University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine - DDS, Dentistry

Daniel ...my mind, and so I can recall what did or did not make sense to me and what helped me understand a certain topic - insight I can pass along to my students. Again, I want to instill not only an understanding, but an appreciation for math in my students, as this appreciation will invoke a desire to further their knowledge. In my spare time I play guitar, drums for my band, ski, and watch...

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Math

Luke ...more sense and have application to the real world. My experiences working with students often include this "aha" moment and a successful academic year. I am currently a student at Niagara University working on a B.S. degree in Mathematics. I offer tutoring in Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and all math high school math. My favorite subject to tutor is Calculus because I think it is a challenging subject that I am well-qualified to...

Niagara University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics (B.S.)

Eve ...areas such as clinical psychology, social development, and developmental neuropathology. My Bachelor's degree is in Psychology, but I have knowledge about a wide variety of subjects. I am particularly interested in tutoring students in AP courses, Psychology courses, and test prep from the SAT and GRE. I am a motivated and successful student and I am excited to share my skills and expertise with students. I believe in paying attention to a student's needs and...

Boston University - BA, Psychology

SUNY- University at Buffalo - PhD, Clinical Psychology