Award-Winning SAT Tutors in Charter Township of Clinton, MI
Ashley ...explaining it to others! I am also more than happy to talk about my career path graduating from a top engineering program and attending an Ivy League Institution. I love taking a mentorship role and want to see each and every client succeed. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, running (just finished my first...
University of Michigani - BS, Civil Engineering
University of Pennsylvania - MBA, Masters in Business Administration
Jonah ...for learning. I still vividly remember the experience of studying for standardized tests, applying to college or simply working through weekly problem sets. Though it may seem tough at times, I hope to always maintain the larger picture and demonstrate where the hard work can lead. I look forward to working with you!... I like to start with the big picture then narrow to down to the details. All subjects connect, and interdisciplinary thinking can go a long way to truly understanding material.
Pomona College - Bachelors, Media Studies
Harsimranjit ...spending most of my time doing research. My research projects have ranged from molecular biology, biochemistry, and computational biology to applied chemistry, nanomaterials, and algorithm development. I think that I have received enough experience not only to be an expert in these fields, but also confidently share my knowledge with my students.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Bachelors, Biochemistry
Maxwell ...in Mathamatics. I'm a current student at UDM. Academics has been a major focus of my life and I possess a large amount of experience tutoring in all three areas of my degree as well as many diverse introductory level courses . I greatly enjoy this line of work, and have built many strong relations...
Central Michigan University - Bachelors, Biochemistry, Physics
University of Detroit Mercy - Current Grad Student, Doctor of Dental Surgery
Adam ...– if we as educators, are willing to exemplify the practice of poking and prodding at our own clichés until they are jarred from their comas -- until they begin speaking the way they did before they were routinized. Upon the completion of that last paragraph, my ode to reflexivity has doubled back on itself...
Oakland University - Bachelors, Sociology
University of Arizona - Masters, Sociology
Juanita ...I love to have a relationship with my students that makes them feel comfortable so that they can ask the questions they need ot ask in order to become a better student. Lots of students have anxiety, and I specialize in alleviating anxiety in order to help students to be at their best for the...
University of Michigan-Flint - Bachelors, Elementary Education, Math
Eastern Michigan University - Masters, Applied Statistics
Joseph ...With over a decade of experience in education I am confident that I could help you learn anything. I have taught almost everything, including English Language Arts, US and World History, Government, and an ACT Preparation Course. Humor, patience, real-life experiences, and visual aids are all key to how I help students understand new knowledge...
Grambling State University - BA, History
Nova Southeastern University - Ed.S., Educational Leadership
Anna ...the world. For the past year, I've taught and tutored students in SAT, ACT, and reading and writing enrichment in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I love reading, learning new things, and climbing rocks, and I travel whenever possible. The most important thing to me is movement: as long as I stay active, I'm happy.
New York University - Bachelors, Art History and Politics
Brock ...taught swimming lessons to all ages, coached a swim team, coached other sports, and have tutored younger students. I really enjoyed standardized tests when I was in high school and have a lot of practice helping others with them. I am excited to figure out how to help more students meet their goals!... My teaching philosophy is to guide learning. I want to watch the student attempt various similar problems before I jump in and help. That way, I know that we are not just going through the motions.
Bowdoin College - Bachelors, Economics, Government (double-major)
Janelle ...more enjoyable. My personal educational pursuits have been varied. I studied International Affairs at Gordon College and also played volleyball and studied abroad in Costa Rica during my time there. Since then, I have studied creative writing, literature, and entrepreneurship simply out of my own desire to keep learning, growing, and exploring new interests. I...
Gordon College - Bachelors, International Affairs