...I have studied American Literature, British Literature, Modernism, Classic Greek and Roman Literature, and Shakespeare. I was the Editor-In-Chief of the school newspaper at Alfred University, where I had to personally line edit each article in every issue for grammar, style, clarity, and punctuation. I also interned as a copy editor for a video game magazine during the summer of 2013.
Norwalk, CTView Tutor
...My ultimate goal for my students is to gain an appreciation for mathematics. As a result, students will gain better comprehension and be better active learners in the classroom.I've been preparing students for Algebra 1 for over five years. I have also been preparing students for the new Common Core Algebra Regents since its existence.
Cambria Heights, NYView Tutor
...I truly care about each and every one of my students, and they benefit from my patience and creative teaching style. I am a licensed teacher with a degree in Applied Math from Brown University. Prior to becoming a full-time tutor, I was a Vice President in Risk Management at both Citibank and JPMorgan Chase, and a business consultant at Sears.
Wilton, CTView Tutor
...I can help a student prepare for exams, or give travelers the confidence they need to express themselves without fear. I have a superior command of the English language through education and life experience. Four years of Latin, and a lifetime study of foreign language has enriched my knowledge of vocabulary and grammar.
Bloomfield, NJView Tutor
...There's hope!). I have two degrees in mathematics and I can tell you that nothing I have learned in class since middle school is helpful on the SAT. I scored a perfect 800 on the official SAT Math section in high school because I specifically studied "SAT Math", which is a totally different animal. Fortunately for you, the problems are not actually that complicated.
New York, NYView Tutor