Award-Winning Accounting Tutors in Schaumburg, IL
Kevin ...math and reading, and have personally succeeded in a large variety of standardized tests, including the ACT, the SAT, and various AP tests. I am especially passionate about teaching students optimal test-taking strategies for conquering standardized tests and honing their critical thinking skills. I believe that education is not only necessary for being successful academically and professionally, but also capable of enriching one’s life experiences. In my spare time, I enjoy playing guitar, skateboarding, and...
Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS, Accounting
Amir ...and have lived all over the US and Europe while working in the pharmaceutical industry. I have taught business classes at the post secondary level in the UK, and have also tutored a wide variety of subjects to students at various skill levels back here in Chicago. I truly enjoy helping students reach their goals and maintain their motivation toward success, and I believe that the best tutoring experience begins with the tutor properly determining...
Southern Illinois University - B.A., Biology
Hult International Business School - M.B.A., International Business
Wayne I enjoy the process of showing a student how a very few math rules has so much power the enables them to solve so many different types of problems.... Helping a student demystify math by getting them to see how using logic, overcoming their fear, and relying on even a small arsenal of math laws enables them to solve many more problems than they would expect.... Getting to know the student personally. Ask the student what he/she feels about the subject. Assess his/her skill level by asking questions. Giving assurance not to be ashamed if behind, and that the gap can be made up with confidence, hard work, and focus. Bolstering self-confidence by showing a student (in math) that he/she may know more than realized by relying on common sense, logic, substitution, and recalling basic math laws.
Alex ...new idea or internalizing the keystone concept. I take a holistic approach to learning, since our education should be structured not only to help us pass exams but to additionally give us enjoyment and perspective for life's ups and downs. I began teaching in earnest over a decade ago when I taught ESL in South Korea. During that time and since, I've been fortunate to tutor students of all ages and in a variety of...
University of Wisconsin - Madison - BA, Economics & International Relations
University of Southern California - BA, MBA Finance & Real Estate
Moe ...for teaching and the teaching process. I hold a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, an MBA, and I'm currently weighting my choices for my PhD. I have been teaching as a tutor and as a college instructor for the past 7 years, not counting the years I worked as a tutor after graduation, I consider myself successful in teaching math courses and Accounting. I believe that every student should ask "why" a lot, as this...
Kuwait University - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
Kuwait University - Masters, Business Administration
Arvind ...Publishing and several others. One common thread has been teaching new team members (more than 500) core skills required to be successful team members. I've taught people ranging from high school students to 50+ senior employees. My most important teaching strategy is to get to know the student and understand how they see the challenges they are facing. With that in mind, I look for ways to create a customized strategy that creates success by...
University of Calgary - Bachelors, Finance
University of British Columbia - Masters, Strategy and Communications
Alex ...ranked the 6th best Finance program in the nation. I am from Arlington Heights, Illinois, and attended High School in District 214, which ranks as one of the best districts in the state. I am very personable and caring and will make sure my students truly understand the material that I teach. In my free time, I enjoy exercising, reading, and watching sports. I am a big fan of College Basketball and European Soccer.... To be patient and careful in teaching so that students are able to truly understand the material.
Jack I'm a recent grad from Northwestern (B.A. in Theatre and Economics) who loves teaching and learning. I love helping other people achieve their goals and helping students find ways to be their best selves. Excited to meet and work with Chicagoland's students!... First sessions always start with discussion of a subject's foundations. If we nail these, the rest of the learning becomes ten times easier.... I'm big on listening. It's my job to hear what a client needs instead of jumping right into practice problems or revisions. First, we talk about goals. Then, we set up a timeline and steps for how to achieve those goals.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Economics/Theatre
Elsbeth ...to the US. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, and after having worked for one year in this area I decided that I would like to be a teacher and continued by studying my Master’s in Business and Economics Education with the minor subject of English. I enjoy teaching, and throughout my studies at University I taught private lessons to junior high school students in various subjects. Since my minor subject for teaching...
Universitiy of Applied Sciences, Giessen, Germany - Bachelors, Business Administration
Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany - Current Grad Student, Business and Economics Education
Iavor ...I take on. I like to take on difficult challenges and set goals for myself that require a lot of effort and do not stop until I achieve them. I love to help others in achieving their goals as well, whether it is helping someone through an academic struggle or helping a friend accomplish other goals. I believe that I am very friendly and outgoing and am able to get along with anyone I meet.