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***My Experience*** In my 10+ years as an educator and tutor I've worked one-on-one with dozens of students on test prep (SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, and Regents), academic subject support (math, physics, chemistry, and Spanish), writing, and college application coaching. My students range in age from 10 to 50 and come from diverse educational backgrounds. I graduated magna cum laude in English from Harvard University, and I have a master's degree from Columbia University, wher... [more]

If you're looking for somebody to either help you catch up in math, or get ahead in math, I'm your guy. I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 12+ years, and full-time for 10+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high sc... [more]

Hi, my name is Wesley. Having attended both Stuyvesant High School and MIT, I am available to tutor in a variety of math subjects as well as standardized test preparation (see below for list). I have more than 8 years of teaching experience, being a volunteer teacher at the Salvation Army, SCORE! coach, SAT tutor at AIM Academy, and private tutoring with middle school, high school, college, and adult students. Math has always been my passion, and I tailor my teaching methods to best match e... [more]

Hi All! I currently work at Chase Bank as a risk analyst; I majored in math at Penn State University and participated in a wide variety of math/computer science related activities, from number theory research to math club to CodePSU (our annual university-wide programming competition.) My interest in teaching math began in high school, when I worked at Kumon Math and Reading Center teaching everything from counting to calculus to kids K-10. I also served a private tutor in both Algebra 1 ... [more]

I've helped countless clients (in the hundreds) raise their LSAT scores and get into the law schools of their dreams (Ivy Leagues, T14, you name it). My method is all about simplifying the LSAT, and many of my students improve by 3-5 points after just 1 lesson. During our first lesson, I'll give you a customized study schedule so you'll know exactly what you have to do to see quick results. Here are the key principles of my method and why it works so well, and how I'm able to get so many p... [more]

I became interested in studying probability in Algebra 2 in high school. Our teacher brought up the idea that in our class of 25, there was greater than a 50% chance that 2 kids had the same birth date. After class, I asked him to show me the math behind the example. He gave me some further homework of a similar vantage point. In college and then graduate school, I went on to study more probability course work. Most recently I studied probability as part of risk management certification. In financial risk, probability helps determine in likelihood and magnitude of losses. [more]

My motto is Labor Omnia Vincit (Latin for "Work Conquers All"). It mirrors my belief that any goal can be accomplished via guided effort. I am passionate about instilling the knowledge, skills, and confidence that people need to achieve their dreams. Over the past two decades I have helped thousands of students surpass their goals, and I look forward to doing the same for you! Credentials: I scored in the 99th percentile (i.e. the highest possible score) of every standardized test I have ... [more]

Majoring in Mathematics and Economics at Williams College required significant study in the fields of probability and statistics. My academic experience is supplemented by my professional experience in financial services, where I applied the principles I learned in school to valuation analysis and economic modeling. As a tutor, I have worked with students in high school and college on these topics both for exam prep and general assignment support. Probability and statistics show up every day of our lives, and without a solid understanding of these subjects we will not be able to deal properly [more]

During my time at the Bronx high school of Science, and at St. John's University, I took many courses in math, including Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Calculus. Most of these math courses dealt with some form of probability. The course that dealt with it the most was Algebra 2. This course allowed me to gain the knowledge of many aspects of probability, including combinations, permutations, and the counting principle. During my time as a tutor I have been able to pass this knowledge on to many students, and I plan to pass it on to many more in the future. [more]

I have experience working with students in middle school, high school and college math courses at schools throughout New York, including Collegiate School, Trinity School, Columbia Prep, Hunter College High, The Heschel School, Ramaz School, Horace Mann School, Avenues: The World School, High School for Math, Science and Engineering, Loyola School, Fordham University, Columbia University, NYU, Hunter College, and Pace University. I have also worked with many students to meet their SAT and ACT... [more]

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