...currently a student at Swarthmore College(one of the elitist liberal arts college in the US). I anticipate to major in Biology with a special major in Architecture. My passion for these two distinct fields allow me to have multifaceted career options, spanning architectural school, biology research or academia. I had been tutoring Chinese, writing and math for two years, and I am continuing to teach Mandarin and Cantonese on college campus. I was born in...
...a neuroscience PhD graduate student at Northwestern university. I obtained my B.A. degree from Bryn Mawr College in Biology and Computer Science. I have a passion for education and firmly believe that education can change lives and provide the upward social mobility. I love interacting with students and building connections with them on a personal level. I prefer to teach students the learning method and thinking process, rather than just the answer. I am good...
...sessions cover English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing and teach specific test-taking strategies unique to the ACT. COLLEGE COUNSELING: Counseling sessions help you choose the right academic path for you - college choices, extracurriculars, academic advice, and other decisions important to your college admissions. COMMON APP ADVICE: Learn how to write unique, memorable, and powerful college application essays and get step-by-step guidance in completing your college application forms. TUTORING: Computer science and Mandarin tutoring available....
...up in Taiwan and have been living in Seattle since 2002. I have an Art History Master's degree and was an Art History teacher, English teacher, and Chinese-English translator in Taiwan for a few years. I have a 12 year old son, and I teach him Chinese at home. I love teaching and understand that learning a new language can be very challenging. As a Chinese teacher, I believe that my job is to help...
...a Truman State University graduate with a Biology degree (Bachelor of Science). Beginning in high school, I started tutoring students in mathematics. I continued to informally tutor fellow students in college because I learned better in the process while teaching other people. I feel a great sense of accomplishment whenever I pass on valuable knowledge to another person! I can teach people how to improve their performance on the ACT, SAT, and GMAT standardized tests....
...educational climate increasingly reliant on the power of the scantron, I believe that learning should exist beyond the small, graphite-dark bubbles that are as dull as the knowledge they are supposedly able to convey is exciting. I'm an electrical engineering major at Brown University with interests in neuroscience, linguistics, and robotics, among other things. I've always loved learning, and my curiosity has led me through numerous subject areas. I constantly seek to apply my classroom...
Hi! I'm Steven. I'm currently an undergraduate student at Rutgers University. I have an interest in STEM, but specifically in physics and astrophysics, which are the fields I'm majoring in. In the past school year I have dedicated my time to tutoring elementary and middle school children in New Brunswick, as well as expanding the tutoring program to a local elementary school. I am eager to help any students learn and perform better in school!
...am a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelors degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology. During my four years of college, I guided K-12 students of the Oakland area in Language Arts and Mathematics and served as a mentor for many high school students. I have also been an undergraduate student instructor for the General Biology lab course offered at U.C. Berkeley, a prerequisite for students wishing to pursue Biology as...
I'm a recent Duke grad with experience in Resume Writing, Statistics, Mandarin Chinese, Art History, and Math. I'll be available starting in July through August to tutor. In September, I'll be pursuing my Masters Degree in London at the Sotheby's Institute of Art.... I believe there is no model that fits any one student and that getting to know that student and his or her learning process is integral to teaching him or her effectively and...
...senior at Smith College, where I study mathematics. My past mathematical research has included work with Markov chains, random walks, and combinatorial optimization. I tutored briefly in my freshman year of college, in addition to being a homework grader for calculus classes. For the past two summers, I have worked at Epsilon Camp, which is a summer camp for students who are profoundly gifted in mathematics. My experience there inspired me to start tutoring again....
I am a recent graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington, where I majored in Political Science and Mandarin Chinese. This past year I studied abroad and worked in China with the Chinese Flagship Program. I love studying history, languages, literature, and writing, and when I'm not helping students as a tutor, you can find me swing dancing, listening to jazz music, experimenting with vegan baking, and walking my dog. ... Learn by doing.
...a current undergraduate student studying Computer Science at Caltech. I have years of experience tutoring students in test prep (SAT, ACT, SAT II subject tests), mathematics, and science. In high school, I have tutored younger students in mathematics and English. Throughout college, I have done private tutoring in SAT, PSAT, and math and science subjects. Also, I have worked with two students from China: I helped one boy with SAT prep and editing his college...
...is the opportunity to steer your life in the direction you want. I love helping students find their strengths and shore up their weaknesses so they can accomplish their academic dreams. I received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. I also have a Teaching English as a Foreign Language certificate from Norwood English. I have taught and tutored in multiple different capacities in my life. I taught...
...working as a computer science teacher and English teacher for years before I decided to be a math teacher a few years ago. To me, teaching is an ideal career for me and it provides me the opportunity to work with young people and help them learn and help them get ready for college life. I had some great experiences with classes of students and individual students as well. It was my moment when my...
I am currently studying Economics and East Asian Studies at Columbia University. Outgoing by nature, I have a teaching method that is very interactive. During a tutoring session, my students should expect a dialogue rather than a lecture. I have a background tutoring Math and Mandarin Chinese to students ranging from Elementary School to College.
...currently a junior Biology major at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and will be pursuing my MD next year at Albany Medical College. As the oldest of four children, I understand how difficult learning (and teaching) new material can be, and I am willing to diligently work with students to overcome their learning obstacles. Through my teaching experiences, I have found great joy in watching both kids and adults grow and excel as students. I have had...
...born in Sichuan, China and moved to U.S when I was 18. I finished my undergraduate degree at the University of Iowa in double majors of Communication Studies and Japanese. Currently, I am a graduate student in the department of Communication Management in USC. I am specialized in tutoring Mandarin Chinese not only I am a native speaker, also I have four years experience of learning Japanese and one year of speaking basic Korean. I...
...am a senior East Asia Studies major at ASU. During my sophomore year, I began studying Mandarin Chinese. Learning Chinese has become an integral part of my college experience, mainly because of my decision to join the ASU Chinese Language Flagship. Flagship is a competitive program designed to help members reach a "superior" level of language proficiency. As a Flagship member, I have participated in special Flagship classes, weekly tutoring, and a two-month summer study....
...spent the last six years of my life living and working in foreign countries. From 2008 to 2012 I was working as an ESL teacher in Madrid, Spain. There I was given the opportunity to travel throughout Europe, perfect my Spanish, and enlarge my understanding of the world as a whole. After Spain, I moved to Shanghai, China where I began working as an eighth grade teacher at Shanghai High School. Having begun studying Mandarin...
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