...Math was tremendously useful to me in my first career as an actuary. (A career repeatedly rated as the #1 career in America!) And while I have taken a lot of advanced math courses, I still find that the simplest concepts can be the most fun to explain and discuss. Math at any level ? even basi...
Morristown, NJView Tutor
...The level of difficulty is increased as multiple concepts are related. I take the time to make sure that my students are comfortable with basics before we can move ahead. When I teach trigonometry, I like to use a variety of techniques and strategies to investigate, reason and then interpret solutions to problems.
Piscataway, NJView Tutor
...Many students have told me that they never really understood math until they learned it from me. I'm committed to helping my students improve, and I'm always easy to reach by phone or by email with any questions that pop up in between lessons. Imagine the doors you can unlock with a higher test score.
New York, NYView Tutor
...My doctoral dissertation was a formal analysis of the twentieth century Italian Composer, Luigi Dallapiccola. I have a Ph.D. from NYU in Music Theory and Composition. I have written many solo piano pieces some of which have been performed at high profile venues like BargeMusic (Brooklyn, NY) and Merkin Hall (Manhattan) in NYC.
Lynbrook, NYView Tutor
...My personal opinion on doing well in school is to always attend classes, do homework, and ask questions when you have to. Personally, I know how hard it is to go and seek out help but it is sometimes a necessary step in order to do well in classes. Throughout my studies, I have been the person that my fellow classmates have come to for help in math classes and science classes.
New Brunswick, NJView Tutor