Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in New York, NY
Romeo "A Stuyvesant High School alum and recent graduate of Harvard University with a degree in mathematics, I have experience tutoring math, physics, and economics. I have worked as a stockbroker on Wall Street and as an assistant in energy research at both NYU and City College; I am currently applying to PhD programs in applied mathematics. Born and raised in New York by a French mother and American father, I speak French and English bilingually and have traveled extensively in France, Japan, and West Africa..."
Christian "...My teaching experience lies in math of any kind, ranging from Middle School Math to AB Calculus. My favorite subject to tutor would definitely be Statistics, since I have acted as a Teacher's Assistant for a statistics course and just feel very comfortable with that material. Additionally it's where my roots lie, and will always hold a little sentimental value to me..."
Kristen "...I have learned many disciplines, and thus I am a tutor for a wide range of subjects in Mathematics, Economics, and French up to the level of French II. Math has been a passion of mine since I was able to count, and my interest my other subjects of knowledge have developed over the years. Outside of academics, I am a musician..."
Ilyas "...Currently, I am taking my last class UC Berkeley remotely. When I finish I will have a degree in Business Administration and Finance. I have always tutored a wide range of academic subjects..."
UC Berkeley - BS, Business Administration/Finance
Peter "... I taught an SAT prep course for two years and I have privately tutored SAT prep, algebra, geometry, calculus, and physics students for about seven years, now. My favorite subject to tutor is physics because I get to take a subject that a lot of students are intimidated by and help them overcome their anxieties by explaining it to them in an easily understandable way. 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..."
Jason "I am a graduate of Wesleyan University with a Bachelor's degree in chemistry. While in college I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for first year chemistry, holding weekly sessions where I went over homework and tests. After college I worked for two years at an after-school enrichment program where I again tutored and taught classes in chemistry, math, as well as SAT and ACT prep courses..."
Wesleyan University - Bachelors, Chemistry
Daniel "... I started my tutoring career in college, helping elementary and high school students with Math and English. After graduating from Yeshiva University, I continued my studies at Cardozo Law School. I have been a lawyer for five years, and I am planning now to shift to a more educational career..."
Nicholas "...My goal is to find that way, and through understanding why my student is having difficulties, convey the lessons in simple and satisfying means. I am not an impersonal tutor. I want to become friends with every person I teach. Through experience I've found that this significantly enhances the success of teaching anything..."
Brandon "...Louis in 2014 with a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Electrical Engineering. Since graduating, I have been working as a private tutor in New York City, where I primarily work with students preparing for the MCAT. I began tutoring over 8 years ago, and I’ve since taught a number of subjects across student ages ranging from middle school to post-graduate levels, mostly focusing on STEM subjects such as math, chemistry, physics, and engineering..."
Washington University in St. Louis - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Md "...As a biomedical engineering student, I have expertise in science and mathematic courses. I have an extensive teaching experience of over 8 years. I have tutored physics, chemistry, biology, and maths to college students for three years..."