...I currently hold a Series 66 License which is a combination of a Series 63 and 65. I passed it two years ago and the study skills I teach are current. Most of the test is memorization and requires knowledge of state security laws and procedures.
Wayne, NJView Tutor
...An S.I. is the equivalent of a class-wide tutor. The beginning topics of these classes covered high school prealgebra. At the graduate level, I have taken several "education" courses (meaning courses that will one day earn me a teaching certification) that addressed reading in classrooms and reading techniques.
Fair Lawn, NJView Tutor
...In Kindergarten, I instruct students through two of the four literacy centers used daily to achieve letter and sound recognition and to increase writing proficiency. In first grade I read daily with each student working on strategies to help them achieve independence. I assist in the writing component of utilizing and organizing thoughts and sentences.
Suffern, NYView Tutor
...With each new student, I begin by carefully observing how the student naturally proceeds as a test-taker. I then tailor my instruction toward my student's strengths, making sure that each student feels challenged yet motivated. I have a strong track record of success: I've tutored some students toward perfect SAT 800's/ACT 36's and others out of trouble-zones into respectability.
Teaneck, NJView Tutor
...I will also show you how to keep your work structured, which will help you understand it. I have taught classroom and computer based algebra courses at the university level and I have tutored many algebra students at the high school and university level with great success. Calculus is the most difficult math most students will ever study - unless I tutor you.
Little Falls, NJView Tutor