...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 am a former Wall Street quant with degrees in Math, Computer Science and Finance. I have been tutoring since my days on the Math Team at Stuyvesant HS. I was a high school teacher for a brief time and, more recently, I taught Probability and Statistics at Stony Brook University for a few years, where I received the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Huntington Station, NYView Tutor
...The Writing Section is tough even for students who are good writers. Some students are naturally able to identify problematic phrases, but for most, they must learn the specific techniques for the Writing Section. More than any other SAT section, the SAT Writing Section is the most learnable and the easiest to improve.
Teaneck, NJView Tutor
I am a Yale Graduate and experienced tutor with a focus on math and science. In addition to tutoring in high school and college, I have been tutoring for the past 5 years in New York City. I have experience with SAT prep as well as most high school level courses and intro level college math and since courses.
Astoria, NYView Tutor
...One of my favorite success stories is of a college student who had to take a prerequisite algebra course. She enlisted my help after failing the midterm five times. (If students failed the midterm, they were not allowed to take the final and had to take the class over again.) After three session...
Bronx, NYView Tutor