Award-Winning GMAT Tutors in The University of New Mexico, NM
Sara ...grasped in the first place. I find that many students deal with test anxiety or have mental blocks about certain topics (hello Math!), and I enjoy working with them to overcome those challenges as needed. (It doesn’t hurt that I’m also a certified childbirth doula; it may sound strange, but some of those same breathing,...
University of New Mexico - Bachelors, Latin American Studies
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Masters, Community and Regional Planning / Latin American Studies
Charles ...this function greatly helps my ability to work with a variety of students as a tutor. I have been tutoring for the last six to eight years both with different agencies and privately. I have direct experience tutoring Algebra (I,II), Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Physics (high school and college), Chemistry (high school and college), General Biology,...
Purdue University-Main Campus - BS, Biochemistry
Georgetown University - MS, Physiology and Biophysics
Mahlena-Rae ...is Sentence Correction, since grammar is one of my nerdy passions. I still love watching Schoolhouse Rock! and singing along with “Conjunction Junction” and “A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing.” Outside of the world of academia, my interests lean toward entertainment and fitness, often both at the same time. I like to listen...
Loyola Marymount University - BA, Film Production
University of Southern California - MBA, Marketing
Miranda ...studies in biology at Caltech. My passion for arts and sciences allows me to connect with students with diverse interests. I am most passionate about tutoring math and science, because I think that too many students are told that they're hard or not fun. In my sessions, I always try to relate what we're learning...
Alex ...make this my goal as a tutor by approaching each subject and concept from myriad directions, ensuring that I find a successful teaching method for each individual. As part of this process, I also focus on teaching skills that will help the student self-teach more easily, helping to create more educational independence in the future.
Loyola University-Chicago - Bachelors, Environmental Science
Tim ...taught low income immigrants in Illinois the process and benefits of tax filings in conjunction with the “Latter Up” program; children for a local non-profit; and private high school students in ACT/SAT prep. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about standardized test prep, particularly the GMAT which as a...
Vassar College - BA, Economics
University of Chicago - MS, MBA
Sean ...Rutgers College teaching the SAT and LSAT for a major test preparation company. I went on to teach writing to fellow undergraduates at Rutgers College and to gifted high school students at Johns Hopkin's Center for Talented Youth. As a graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley, I taught European history to undergraduates...
Rutgers College, Rutgers University - BA, History
University of California at Berkeley - MA, European History
M. Omar ...have developed a talent for helping individuals master difficult concepts related to Math and English. I am a graduate of Columbia University where I earned my BA and MA in Philosophy. I enjoy teaching students who are preparing for the GMAT Exam. In my spare time I am passionate about reading modern philosophy, writing poetry,...
Columbia University - BA, Philosophy
Columbia University - MA, Philosophy
John ...insights, and express their ideas with language that is original, personal, and correct. As a creative guide, I use humor, pop-culture references, and real-world experience to help young writers draw out their experiences and perceptions, and shape them into personal essays that say something meaningful. In my free time, I enjoy music, playing guitar, film...
University of Notre Dame - BA, English
Columbia University in the City of New York - MBA, Marketing
John I graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC in 2008, the oldest English speaking acting conservatory in the world. In spite of my English background, I do a lot of math and physics tutoring. I'm a huge Red Sox fan and love watching detective shows when I have free time.... Positivity. Always. I believe that if a student is given positive tools and is allowed to understand the material rather than be lectured at, they're more likely to do well in the future.
American Academy of Dramatic Arts - A.O.S., Acting
University of St. Thomas - BFA, English/Drama