For over 30 years in the chemicals and biofuels industries, Ken has trained and mentored scientists, engineers, and business people. Throughout his career Ken has been particularly good at helping people understand basic principles in chemistry, physics and math and how they are and can be applied ...
Katonah, NYView Tutor
...As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems. I have that dual ability to teach the Mathematics and relate it to the physical problems. I have many years of statistics experience at the college course level as well...
Garden City, NYView Tutor
...One of my strengths is to make theoretical computer science (algorithms, complexity, computability theory) palatable to students who sometimes have difficulty in these areas. My ability to take the sometimes abstract concepts in math and make them understandable through simple examples. The boo...
Carmel, NYView Tutor
...I don?t consider myself to be a conventional tutor, as my methods can sometimes be described as unorthodox. Not only do I teach students how to correctly and clearly solve a problem, but I try to get them to realize that only through hard work, and patience will they succeed. I believe in good work ethics, honesty, and do my best to provide a high quality lesson.
New Rochelle, NYView Tutor
...John's University, where I attained a Bachelor of Science degree with a GPA of 3.47. I had previously graduated from The Bronx High School of Science, in 2009, so I am very familiar with the content and requirements of Algebra II in New York. Majoring in Physics in college, I was required a to...
Jamaica, NYView Tutor