I am a semi-retired electrical engineer and part time math adjunct teacher at a local college who immensely enjoys teaching, either one-to-one or in a class. I have found that there is no ?one-size-fits-all? approach that really works for math, and that students frequently see math problems in qu...
Colts Neck, NJView Tutor
...A Presidential Honors Scholar at New York University, I have benefited from many opportunities in my education, and I aspire to use my experiences to teach others. I have taken the SAT, ACT, and several AP exams, and I am a recipient of an award from the French Department at NYU. I first became passionate about tutoring in high school, when I would assist other students in mathematics.
Matawan, NJView Tutor
...I believe that besides good techniques, the key in succeed in math is to do lots of problems. By doing problems repeatedly, you are training your brain to react fast and accurately, and building up a strong foundation which will make future learning much easier. I do not prefer going over the problems as you are doing the questions.
Staten Island, NYView Tutor
...Each one of them is unique with their own strengths and weaknesses. I have passed both the Praxis II: Middle School Mathematics & the Mathematics Content Knowledge tests. I currently substitute at a local school district.
Marlboro, NJView Tutor
...I also received a silver medal for a GPA of 88%. I have 98 on my Algebra 2/Trigonometry regent and a 100 average in the class. I am a gold medalist in Mathematics. I also received a silver medal for a GPA of 88%. I have 660 on my SAT math section.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor