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After enough time in education, you realize the one simple truth: there aren't any particularly hard tests, just lots of poor instruction. I've seen countless classmates and students struggle with tests -- SAT, ACT, AP, IB -- for no good reason except that they weren't equipped with the proper teacher or resources. I've been there. I've been in those circumstances and I've made it work. In High School, I took 16 AP classes (and received all 5's), 7 IB classes, and a number of college dual-en... [more]

I am Pritam B. I always believe that it's the teacher's responsibility to motivate students to do good in their studies. There have been quite a few great teachers who have motivated me since my childhood. I have a learn a lot of valuable lessons from my teachers which are useful both in my professional and personal life. I try to do the same with my students. I am an experienced individual with more than six years of corporate experience in Full Stack Java Web Development. Currently I ... [more]

I've programmed in Java for company and freelance work and tutored students in High School and College. I work with students taking Java for the first time as well as more advanced students. I studied Engineering and Computer Science at UCLA, then worked full-time for Citibank as a Programmer and Designer for over 25 years before becoming an independent contractor. At my job I taught programming classes and mentored new employees. I traveled to several countries to install software and train users, so I have worked with a variety of cultures and personalities. I am patient and strive to [more]

I am an electrical engineering graduate from Tulane University. I took several courses in various levels of math, including calculus, statistics, linear algebra and differential equations. Beginning my junior year, I became a teaching assistant for the math department. I helped grade homework assignments and weekly quizzes for intro. calculus and all the way up to calculus III. In addition to my degree, I have been a tutor for almost 10 years. I have tutored mainly the SAT an... [more]

Topics include basic programming techniques, Object-Oriented interaction, public/private methods, API usage, and abstract data types (ADTs) Years experience: 6 years using various languages (3 years with Java) I am a high school math teacher and former supervising teaching assistant at Georgia Tech in the college of computing. I have spent 6 years teaching introductory computer science topics in languages from Java to Racket. I currently work as a high school math teacher (subjects include Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus, and the Georgia Integrated Maths 1-4). In my classroom and tutori [more]

I am current UCLA Law student who scored a 173 on the LSAT. I graduated with a B.A. from Yale and an M.A. from Georgetown and have over ten years experience tutoring a variety of subjects. Why should you choose me? First, you don't deal with some tutoring company bureaucracy; you know who you tutor is and deal directly with me. Second, all of my students have seen improved grades and test results. And third, I have taught a variety of different students, including some with learning disabili... [more]

As an MIT student, I majored in Computer Science, graduating with a perfect GPA. I tutored other MIT students in a number of Computer Science classes. Afterwards, I was hired by Google as a Product Manager, a rare role for new grads. I also took the AP Computer Science test in high school, receiving a 5. I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor's in Computer Science and a perfect GPA. Throughout my time there, I tutored both high schoolers and college students in a variety of math and science courses. MIT's Computer Science department hired me to tutor my peers, and I have over 6 years of tutorin [more]

My background is rooted in science and mathematics with degrees in Biology (BS, Minors in Chemistry and Computer Science) and Distillation(MSc). Focal points include: ?biology (microbiology, zoology, genetics, bioinformatics and genomics) ?statistical analysis ?programming (C++, java, C#, Python). The breadth of my knowledge is not limited to the above list. Throughout my academic career, I have been compelled to learn many different subjects and study at several different institutions. I ha... [more]

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