...I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Test specific annotation techniques and a careful understanding of the question types allow students to remove themselves from their "casual reading" habits. The Writing Section is tough even for students who are good writers. Some students are naturally able to identify problematic phrases, but for most, they must learn the specific techniques for the Writing Section.
Teaneck, NJView Tutor
...I have worked both in Private Schools and Public Schools, my last assignment was at PS 200 in Bensonhurst Brooklyn. As a New York State Certified teacher, and tenured in New York city School System with over 12 years of experience, I am more than qualified to teach study skills to students. I also have an MS in Education from City College.
Stony Brook, NYView Tutor
...Once a student knows how to conquer a problem, he/she will be able to apply the knowledge to such problems in the future. I also developed and administered a seventh grade tutoring program for the March New York State Mathematics Exam. The results of this exam showed that where a two year history of the students? math results were available, 25% moved up from being 2's to 3's.
Hartsdale, NYView Tutor
...Once a child learns one concept, the next concept builds upon the one he or she just learned. Every math concept builds upon the previous one, so if a child does not have a solid understanding of one particular concept, he or she will struggle with what follows after. For this reason math gets harder for these kids every school year.
Bronx, NYView Tutor