...As for teaching style, I feel that the concept drives the skill. If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems. As such, I like to spend more time on the why than the what.
New York, NYView Tutor
I have been helping my fellow students informally since the start of high school. After graduating from MIT I feel like I can continue to assist others with a desire to learn and excel. I understand that some, if not many, students benefit greatly from a more one-on-one learning approach and I loo...
Neptune, NJView Tutor
...I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10. I received a grade of A in both "Introduction to Logic" and the more difficult course "Symbolic Logic" as an undergraduate.
Huntington Station, NYView Tutor
...I truly enjoy seeing the light bulb go on over their heads when we are able to make a breakthrough. Over the past few years, I have tutored students within WMTPS and the Kinnelon school system. I taught mathematics at Palm Beach Community College where I also privately tutored students as well.
West Milford, NJView Tutor
...After completing their TESOL Certificate program in 2014, I was an Adjunct Instructor at Westchester Community College. My teaching takes into consideration the various abilities of students and each one?s need to experience success within the classroom. My strongest suit is having patience and the ability of making students, irrespective of their ability, comfortable with the subject.
Hartsdale, NYView Tutor