...I am very familiar with the New York State Regents exam. Most students struggle with writing proofs, remembering theorems and postulates, and memorizing circle formulas. My method to fix these mistakes is to show students how these topics relate to the world around them.
Richmond Hill, NYView Tutor
...Each reader is selected by the College Board to travel to a designated site to grade the essay portion of the examination. In addition, the College Board provides over 50 hours of professional development during the eight days of the reading. This year I was one of just over a thousand readers to attend the session at Salt Lake City.
Long Beach, NYView Tutor
...I've worked for many magazines (Artforum, Vanity Fair, Newsweek) and publishers (Penguin, Random House, Simon and Schuster). I am relatively new to teaching, but enjoy sharing my expertise. I learned many of my skills on the job and in a team environment. My teaching method involves carefully evaluating student needs, and designing projects that they choose and feel motivated to complete.
Jackson Heights, NYView Tutor
...I am a graduate of St. John's University, where I attained a Bachlor of Science degree in Physics, with an overall GPA of 3.47. Intrinsic to this major was a high concentration in mathematics, in which I achieved success in University Calculus I, University Calculus II, University Calculus III, and Differential Equations.
Jamaica, NYView Tutor
I have taught World History in a New York City classroom as well as tutored many students in Global History and for the New York State Global History Regent. I have experience tutoring for both the US History Regents and the Global History Regents. All of my students received higher scores on the Regents than on their practice tests.
West Hempstead, NYView Tutor