Award-Winning Writing Tutors in New York, NY
Samantha "I have been tutoring for the past ten years. I have tutored a variety of subjects for students ranging from elementary school to post-college students. I love learning and I am excited to share my passion with you!."
Sarah "I was a teaching assistant and tutor during college and have volunteered with refugee and ELL students since high school. I am currently a freelance attorney specializing in Immigration Law which allows me to have availability 12 months a year and any time of day for tutoring.."
Boise State UniversBio - BA, English/Communication
Brandon "...While at Manhattanville, I held positions in White Plains, NY in tutoring students of various grade levels in many subjects. On a typical day I tutored 3-5 students in the subjects of Math, English, and various areas of Science. With my degree, and my experience in tutoring science, I am most comfortable tutoring the various areas of science: Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy, and Physics..."
Olga "I'm a lifelong reader and a graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in English Literature and International Studies. I work with students from elementary to college level on Reading Comprehension,English, Essay Writing, Phonics, SSAT, and SAT test prep. As a tutor, I create individualized and goal oriented strategies for my students in order to facilitate their success..."
Clio "... While still at Yale, I worked at the Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School teaching writing and playwriting to freshmen students. I saw exciting advancements in my students' skills during my time there, and I believe it was because I made sure that my classes were always fun as well as informative. I have had the most success teaching when I help my students to develop an independent interest in the material we are working on..."
Katie "I am a Cornell Freshman studying Biomedical Engineering. With 2 years of paid and 5 years of volunteer tutoring under my belt, I have learned that patience, compassion, flexibility, and creativity are necessary to help a student succeed in a variety of subjects. Even more importantly, I'm confident that I can help students not just with one topic or class, but give them the skills to achieve high results on their own and in the future."
Jennifer "...Prior to pursuing journalism, I worked as a grant writer and a program and case manager for New York City-based non-profits. I graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelors in Science in International Politics, with a concentration in International Security Studies. I have extensive experience tutoring high school and college-level Spanish. I have also taught English, Writing, and Editing to middle school and high school students..."
Maggie "...I am a published academic author in the Alaska Law Review, and during my second year of law school I was a staff editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law. I am particularly passionate about elementary school math and science and about literature. I absolutely believe that learning can, and should be, enjoyable and that the key to success is effort and dedication..."
Jess "...I am qualified to tutor related AP classes, as well as the critical reading and writing sections of the PSAT and SAT. I am incredibly passionate about these subjects, and have made a perfect score on every standardized writing exam I have ever taken. As a teacher, I believe every student has the right and ability to excel, and I acknowledge that every student learns differently..."
Dan "...After experiencing such dramatic improvements firsthand, I'm proud to tutor in English, Reading, and Writing techniques at all age levels, and to apply those skills toward the ACT, SAT, and AP exams. In my opinion, positivity, creativity, and patience are crucial skills in effective education, and I strive to utilize them in all of my sessions. Additionally, I teach Arts courses at the Museum of the Moving Image, and have found that asking guided questions is a far more powerful method of learning and retention than is typically true of material taught through lecturing..."