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I am a recent Carnegie Mellon graduate with a degree in Economics and Statistics. As a student, I worked as a teaching assistant in the Statistics department, helping younger to succeed in lower level classes. I have a strong background in statistics, calculus, and matrix algebra, as well as extensive experience in proofreading and writing skills. I benefited greatly from SAT tutoring in high school, and have retained many of the useful tricks I was taught at that time. I am able to offer tu... [more]

Hi there! My name is Stephen, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and I am currently a first year medical student at Drexel University College of Medicine. I have extensive experience tutoring students in both math and science during my academic career. I am excited about helping students achieve their academic goals and look forward to teaching students the critical thinking skills that are needed to succeed in school! I have tutored mathematics for 8 years,... [more]

I have a B.S. and M.S. in Biology from Brown University and have been teaching science for 5 years. I am currently pursuing an Ed. D in STEM Education at the University of Pittsburgh. I have tutored science for over 10 years. I also scored 780 on SATII Biology, 800 on SATII Chemistry, and 5 on AP Chemistry. I help students succeed by sharing my excitement for the content. I also offer enrichment activities for those students who want to achieve above and beyond their peers. Science is my pas... [more]

Ever since I was a young girl, I have wanted to be a teacher. Combined with my passion for math, I became a High School Mathematics teacher straight out of college. I then obtained my National Board Certification. I taught high school math for six years. I am currently a stay at home mom teaching preschool to my children. I have been tutoring students from elementary school through college for the past 15 years. While teaching, I was in charge of developing and implementing lesson plans t... [more]

I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with my Master's in biomedical engineering (BME). I received my B.S. in BME from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. I achieved a perfect score on the math section of my ACT (I'm originally from the Chicago area, we took the ACT over the SAT out there). At CMU, I served as a teaching assistant for Introduction to Biomedical Engineering. I discovered a passion for teaching and helping students improve their understanding of the material through... [more]

My love and appreciation of mathematics was cultivated from a very young age. Including the span of my elementary to high school years, my mother taught mathematics for more than 30 years. The pursuit of my strong passion for mathematics, therefore, felt natural at Morehouse College where I graduated summa cum laude with a double major in Mathematics and Economics. For students who don?t play math games and compete with siblings over who can compute the tax and tip the fastest at dinner, I a... [more]

For the past three years I have been studying math and physics at the University of Pittsburgh. Some of the most recent topics I have been learning about have been relativistic electrodynamics and complex number theory. I have worked as a tutor for my university's Math Assistance Center, and helped many physics and engineering friends make their way through various math and physics courses. I consider myself an expert in any math up to and including calculus and introductory/freshman level ph... [more]

Hello! My name is Chris, and I graduated summa cum laude (4.0 GPA) with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Alabama at Huntsville in 2012. Since then, I have been pursuing my PhD from Princeton University specializing in plasma physics and spacecraft propulsion. I am currently working on my dissertation remotely from Pittsburgh, and I am excited to have the opportunity to help other students achieve their academic goals. Despite my good grades and test scores in m... [more]

I have experience tutoring SAT Math and Writing, as well as TAing an Intermediate Java class. I tutored general chemistry in school as well. I work as a computer programmer and love passing on knowledge, so if you need help learning web frameworks using Java or JVM-based languages, or javascript frameworks, I have lots of experience with that. I also have experience with college-level Java classes. I have tutored students from ages 14 to 22, at the high school and college level. I love the... [more]

If there's one thing I've learned in my years tutoring SAT prep, it's this: nine times out of ten, the questions students miss are not missed because of a lack of knowledge of subject but rather because of a lack of test-taking strategy. I say the same thing to each of my SAT prep students at our first lesson: "The SAT is not a test of your knowledge of math, or vocabulary, or essay writing. The SAT is a test of your test-taking skills. You already have all the subject knowledge you need to score as high as you want; you just need to know HOW to go about taking the test." Success in the SA [more]

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