Molecular biologist by day and Star Trek fiend at night. Hey, what else do you need to know? If that's not enough to convince you that I'm an awesome choice of tutor, how about this: I recently finished my PhD at New York University's School of Medicine.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...Helping students not feel intimidated in the classroom. 6. Helping students be more confident in their math skills. 7. Helping students with general test taking skills. 8.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Then we build up from there. It's pretty simple. (I hope you can tell by now that I work on taking the fear out of things for you.) The goal is that eventually. you'll own these skills yourself and carry them into the rest of your academic life and beyond. I received a yeshiva education, K-16,...
Cliffside Park, NJView Tutor
...I've spent years in both academia and in the business world and can draw from actual examples that may arise on the job or in the laboratory. My rates are slightly higher than average, but you will find your results will be also.I've been programming computers since the early 1980s. I'm familiar with OOP and modular design.
Westport, CTView Tutor
...I have five years of experience tutoring students for the math Regents exam (algebra 1, 2, trigonometry and geometry) for grades 9-12. For the past years, I have taught and had students practice all the problems in eight actual Regents exams. Through practicing the problems repeatedly, they became more confident and gained problem solving skills.
Levittown, NYView Tutor