# Award-Winning SAT Subject Test in Mathematics Level 1 Tutors

Peter ...in each area I have won several awards. I am a clear, logical, and engaging speaker who can explain complex concepts in easily understandable terms, and relate them back to our daily lives. Beyond academics, I'm also involved in many activities such as piano performance, stocks pitching, and volunteering. I was in Varsity Basketball, Tennis, and Cross-Country team, and am an active skier always looking for exciting runs and challenging terrain parks!

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics, Finance, Computer Science

Michael ...with a Minor in Mathematics. I have lived in Tucson for two and a half years after living in St. Louis. I have worked on four college campuses in the area of student leadership development (Ohio State Univ, Duke, Univ. of Florida and Washington Univ. in St. Louis). I am huge sports fan (Especially Boston teams and the Florida Gators). I look forward to hearing from you and working with you to meet your academic...

University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor in Arts, Religion/Math

University of Florida - Master of Arts, Political Science and Government

Lintrail As a math educator, I make math interesting by using energy and enthusiasm to teach ideas while guiding students along a path where each new concept is a natural consequence of the previous and a natural precursor to the following. Math is possible by presenting it in the right way. Thoroughly explaining theorems and formulas,I equip students with techniques and strategies to tackle any problem successfully. ... Mathematics has a profound impact in our daily lives, and its purpose surpasses the tedious calculations that has created the negative perception. It is important to know that the ability to think rationally, to clearly organize ideas, and to accurately apply concepts to derive solutions are traits that will always have a practical application. Mathematics can be viewed as a beautiful art form, and I aim to help students develop respect and admiration for the subject.

Mississippi College - Bachelors, Mathematics

Tim ...can be frustrating and you can feel embarrassed or nervous when you do not know how to do something. I also believe that flexibility is important because no two people learn the same way. What works for one would not always work for another, so you have to approach each person differently and adapt your teaching method to meet the needs of the individual. As for my experience, I started out helping my classmates in...

University of California-San Diego - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Enginnering

Charlotte ...across much of Western Europe while living in France. While there, I was an English Teaching Assistant in Tours, located along the banks of the Loire river. I taught at a school of predominately underprivileged students of North African descent and was lucky enough to learn about their traditions and experiences in France. I have a real passion for travel and exploring other cultures. Especially all their food! I love to cook and bake, and...

Colgate University - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics and French

Mina I am currently a junior studying Chemistry and Physics at Rutgers University with aspirations of becoming a doctor and practicing Oncology. I have much experience with different levels of science and mathematics and I strive to help students everywhere understand what they are learning and actually enjoy education as much as I do.... My philosophy of teaching is based on a belief that learning needs to be student-centered and that students need to be equal partners in the learning process. My role involves using my expertise to put the necessary resources in the hands of the students or, more likely, to be sure that my students are well equipped to find and evaluate the resources they need to answer their questions.

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Current Undergrad, Chemistry

Jennifer ...Los Angeles. While I tutor in a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about English, Literature, Essay Editing, and Creative Writing. I love language, I love the written word, and the art of writing has always been a pleasure for me to teach. I have been tutoring and editing essays since I was a student in high school. Standardized tests have always come naturally to me, and I love helping students crack the...

Duke University - Bachelor in Arts, Literature with Film Focus

Connor ...I know from my experience tutoring younger students that not everybody is so lucky to have brilliant and enthusiastic instructors. My goal as a tutor is to pass that same level of love and enthusiasm for math that I was given by my teachers. Outside of my academic life, I am a circus performer, and I often draw from this experience in my sample problems. For example, when discussing object motion, a demonstration of some...

University of Oregon - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Jennifer ...AP level, but I am now studying Comparative Literature, so I can also tutor writing and other humanities subjects. I am also comfortable tutoring a variety of standardized tests. I received 99th percentile scores on the ACT, the SAT, and the SSAT, and 5s on 8 different AP tests (Calculus BC, Physics C: Mechanics, Physics C: E&M, Computer Science, Chemistry, US History, Spanish, and Music Theory). I have taken math courses up to linear algebra...

Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelors, Comparative Literature and Society

Andrew ...math degree. I then earned my masters in Secondary Math Education at Northwestern University. I have taught all high school subjects (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, and Finite Math) and prepared students for the ACT, SAT, SAT subject tests, AP exams, and college placement exams. When tutoring, I will start by showing students good examples and all the steps, but by the end of the session, the student is...

University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Science, Math

Northwestern University - Masters, Math Education