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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin and I share similar philosophies on the art of teaching. It is not simply enough to give someone information if they don't know what to do with it; rather, it is imperative to make the experience as immersive and personal as possible. That is what I aim to do as your tutor. I don't want you to remember what to write on a test, I want you to learn the subject so that you might be able... [more]

Hi there! I?m Dzifa and I am a graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelors of Science in Biology and Society. While my major may seem foreign to you, this essentially means that I have had a multidisciplinary background in various subjects, particularly in the sciences, humanities, and math. In addition to studying these subjects, I have also had over 2 years experience tutoring students in math and science. My aim in tutoring students is to make sure that academic challenges do not de... [more]

Tutoring is a passion of mine. I love to be in front of my class giving a lecture, but having the time to work with a student one-on-one is very rewarding. The sense of relief that students feel when they realize that the big test they are preparing for is not as daunting as they once believed is special to witness. Teaching is in my blood. My parents are both teachers and my wife is a teacher. Its what we all love to do. Science can be very intimidating, so one of my goals with each and ... [more]

I'm a junior at The Ohio State University who grew up in the Albany area and attended Shaker High School. My major is engineering physics with a specialization in computer science, so I've taken a ton of math and science based classes. I've always felt that working together with somebody to solve problems in these classes is much more fun and helpful than working alone, so I'm very excited to be tutoring! I love working with kids of all ages, and am extremely patient when explaining mater... [more]

I hold a Masters of Science in Physics from Drexel University and have taught General Physics and Astronomy at the college level for nearly a decade as well as private tutoring for students of all ages - in home and online. I'm an expert tutor for standardized exams like the SAT, ACT, ISEE/SSAT and PSAT. I was trained by - and teaching with for 10 years - one of the nations leading test prep companies to teach for standardized exams helping students to understand the structure of the tests, timing, maximizing their score and breaking down concepts and procedures specific to these exams. I offe [more]

To many parents, finding a good math tutor has always been haphazard. However, there is an easy way to tell in your first meeting if you have found a really super tutor in math: picking up a difficult SAT (GMAT, GRE) math problem. If your tutor can solve it in 30 seconds or less with no mistakes, you may have found a good tutor. I will teach you or your child to solve any official SAT Math (GMAT Math* and GRE Math) problems in 30 seconds or less. The key to increasing your speed and getting... [more]

I can teach Algebra, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics. I have tutored online, but I much prefer teaching in person. I have two children now in college, at Ivy League schools. I was their primary caregiver throughout their childhood, and helped them with their schoolwork whenever they needed it. They both took math up through AP calculus (one of them took Calculus BC). One of them took AP Chemistry, the other took AP Physics, so I have seen some of the work done in those classes. My... [more]

I graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering in 2015 and worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 2 years. Recently, I have been taking additional science courses in preparation to apply to medical school and I took the MCAT in April of 2018 receiving a score of 519. While taking additional courses I have spent the last six months tutoring college students in biology and anatomy & physiology. As someone who struggled initially in college because I just wasn't "getting it" I understand tha... [more]

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