...I want to see students that are confident in what they can achieve and proud of what they have done. I am a Middle School math teacher with experience with the new Common Core curriculum and have tutored students in math ranging from Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 to higher level math topics such as Geo...
Stony Brook, NYView Tutor
...Additionally, I can also recommend which books and study guides to use and how to best prepare for the specific exam. Most importantly, I will teach a student how to attack the problem and how to think of the solution. Anyone can pick up study guides and practice exam books and go through it while checking their work with solutions at the back.
New York, NYView Tutor
...The LSAT is a very challenging test. It is important to realize the the creators of this test realize that many smart students will be taking this test and their goal is to sort the relatively smart from the extraordinarily smart. Thus, the lengthy test with many difficult sections.
Hamden, CTView Tutor
...As a classic example, what is the difference between 3x and x^3? Telling a student 3x = x + x + x and x^3 = x*x*x is only good for the short term retention and the rules can easily be mixed up. When approaching this problem, we should ask questions like what does multiplication mean?
Yonkers, NYView Tutor
...As an engineering student, my course load heavily relies on mathematics and science, specifically physics related. I have excelled at Calculus I-III as well as Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs). I have only tutored one student two years ago, and although it was my first time tutoring, the s...
Ansonia, CTView Tutor