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When I first started my college journey, I hadn't a clue about what I wanted to do. Over the years, I've narrowed it down to two things: I love working with people, and I love helping them learn. I've spent years working for other tutoring/test prep companies and have decided to venture out on my own. As a graduate with a degree in Biochemistry, I have a very strong foundation in math and science. When I took my own SAT over 10 years ago, I scored a 2220 (with an 800 on Math, 700 in Reading,... [more]

Algebra 2 is an extension of algebra1 and a precursor course to precalculus. It encompasses a more detailed exposition of core content of algebra 1. I have eight years classroom experience working with students of differing strengths and weaknesses. Students with varying learning styles and abilities can be taught using a variety of creative techniques. Using this approach to teaching almost certainly will allow you to find ways of stimulating students to grasp the material being taught. I have learned in the process of teaching that each person can be taught the subject area if the material [more]

"The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense." Thomas A. Edison The above captures all that I believe is necessary to succeed - in academics, athletics, or life in general. I have found Edison's words to be true in my own experience, and I believe anyone, student or otherwise, can reach his/her goals by working hard, being relentless, but keeping a good head on his/her shoulders all the while. Soon after ar... [more]

Algebra 2 represents the first subject matter that students who happen to dislike math will start tuning out due to the difficulty level. The curriculum typically introduces more advanced algebraic concepts and functions. With proper, customized instruction, even students who view themselves as being bad with numbers can see improvement in their understanding as a one-on-one tutoring context provides the best environment for building these critical quantitative skills. Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and detailed descri [more]

I have been teaching middle and high school math for several years, including preparing students for the ACT Math and SAT 2 Math Level 2 tests. Even the hardest math problem can be broken down into simple steps, and that's what I can help you to do. I'm a certified teacher and Ivy League graduate with over ten years of experience teaching and tutoring Latin and English language and literature. My strategies can help you be a better reader, writer, and speaker. My students don't just learn the material--they learn to enjoy the subject. Also, for the last few years, I've been preparing stude [more]

I graduated with a BA from Rutgers University in May 2014, and an M.Sc. in 2017 in Mathematical Finance. At Rutgers University, I worked as a math tutor from my first semester freshman year to my last semester senior year, tutoring subjects from algebra and precalculus to calculus 1-4, Math Analysis, and other upper-level courses. I helped hundreds of students throughout the various struggles presented in the undergraduate math curriculum and have aided all types of learners. I have helped st... [more]

As a full-time high school physics and engineering teacher who has also taught high school math, I not only have experience teaching the material but can also make it relevant to students through real-world applications. I find nothing more rewarding than helping students to deeply understand how things work and to watch them grow more and more confident in their own abilities. I am a full-time high school physics and engineering teacher, and the classroom setting allows for all kinds of exciting projects, demos, labs, and group work. Conversely, working with students one-on-one gives me the o [more]

I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been teaching and tutoring for over 20 years in several subjects including pre-algebra, algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, math analysis, pre-calculus, calculus (AP and IB), number theory, finite/discrete math, linear algebra, SAT Math/Critical Reading/Writing, programming, web... [more]

Welcome! My name is David, and I am a licensed teacher in New York City with over 11 years of experience, specializing in math, business, data science and artificial intelligence. I also excel at academic research and research methods in defining, scoping, and refining projects for academic research. I help my students to pass tests, to understand material according to their learning style, and to learn how to take tests well. I offer you all the tools you need to excel in your vocation, and... [more]

Algebra made EASY! Strong academic support from a friendly tutor who teaches the way you learn best. I provide simple to understand instruction, guided practice until you tell me that you've got it. Don't struggle, get help from a teacher who cares about how you learn, not just what you learn. With algebra, so many teachers just are about getting the problem done right and their way. When you work with me, I show you how to get the math problems done right; but, I do it according to your learning style. [more]

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