...I favor the Socratic Method of teaching, asking questions of the student to help him/her find her/his own way through the problem rather than telling what the next step is. This way the student not only learns how to solve a specific proof, but ways to approach proofs that will work on problems ...
Ardmore, PAView Tutor
...Due to my pursuit of 3 master's degrees over a 15 year period I have had to take the GMAT exam 3 times. I have never scored below 720, being consistently in the 95th percentile or better in the quantitative sections, and 99th percentile in the verbal and writing sections. I have never spent a dime or one minute studying or preparing for any standardized test in my life.
Haverford, PAView Tutor
...As a teacher I am encouraging, high-energy, and flexible. I love to help students reach their full potential by motivating them, helping them to fully understand concepts, and providing them with the tools they need to succeed. When I am not working with students I spend my free time reading, volunteering with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, playing volleyball, running, and SCUBA diving.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...While I have mostly taught all levels of calculus and statistics, I can also teach college algebra and pre-calculus as well as contemporary math. My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information.
Mullica Hill, NJView Tutor
...I will bring physics to life using examples from my professional career as well daily life. You will find physics much more understandable when you see how it works in your own life. Prealgebra is a great course to teach because it is easy to bring real life examples into the teaching.
Swarthmore, PAView Tutor