...The new format changes strategies considerably. Third, they need practice on full length tests, so they can learn how much time to spend on each answer. Rather than 3 sections with fewer questions, there is one 55 minute calculator section, (38 questions) and one 25 minute no calculator section (20 questions). Timing is everything!
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...Because of this, I continually strive to improve as an educator. My passion for teaching is also evident in my work as a Biology Professor at the undergraduate level, and as a Math and Reading tutor for a local learning center. To succeed, I believe in good two-way communication between a teacher and student and my students are encouraged to actively participate in their own education.
Media, PAView Tutor
...I graduated in the top 5 percent of my law school class and the top 2 percent of undergrad. I have published multiple articles in scholarly journals and have won a number of writing awards for my legal work. I presently teach a bar exam prep course that was originally offered at Rutgers Camden Law School for over 10 years.
Haddonfield, NJView Tutor
...My private clients have included about 50 students. What I do best as a tutor is establish a positive rapport, discover what is easy and difficult for the student, and work with the individual's learning style in order to join him or her in the learning process. Patience and enthusiasm are at the core of my practice.I have taught Algebra I for at least 14 years.
Phoenixville, PAView Tutor
...I enjoy working with ESL students and recently earned a certificate in Teaching ESL!ESL tutoring is so rewarding because students are motivated to learn. I have worked with native speakers from many different countries and they all want the same thing--to understand and to be understood. Not only do we work hard to attain this goal, but we have fun doing it.
Morrisville, PAView Tutor