...Once understood, you can apply this skill to most math and science problems. Above all else, I seek to encourage an understanding and appreciation for the material, sometimes with puns and jokes. I prefer to talk about Physics, Chemistry, and Calculus as they are thoroughly interrelated; howeve...
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...I have a Bachelor of Science degree from St. John's University, where my major in Physics required me to take Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and Differential Equations, which were applied throughout my college career. In high school, too, the concepts inherent in calculus were applied from my Pre-Calculus course which I took while attending The Bronx High School of Science.
Jamaica, NYView Tutor
...I've been involved in mathematics education for my entire career and have had more than 25 years of successful experience as a tutor of middle school, high school and college mathematics courses and the math section of the SAT. I am also a math textbook author and editor. I love mathematics and I love to help people learn mathematics.
Woodmere, NYView Tutor
...I am a member of Pi Alpha Theta, the national history honors society as well as a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the honors society for government. I have been involved in tutoring since high school and have been doing it professionally for 5 years. My specialties include test preparation (SAT/ACT), history, government, English, writing, and grammar, amongst others.
Long Island City, NYView Tutor
...While working with them, I discovered that math is not about problem solving; rather it is about redefining the problem for a particular individual. That is to say, I think, before providing a solution, a tutor has to make sure that he has listened to and interacted with the student carefully. That is the key point behind providing an unique solution to an individual problem.
Rego Park, NYView Tutor