...My experience as a graduate assistant during the completion of my MA in Mathematics allowed me the opportunity to tutor several students in PreCalculus, Calclulus I, II, and III. I have tutored in a variety of settings: one-on-one and group included. I am a recent graduate of The Crane School of Music, where I studied Music Business and concentrated on Double Bass.
Middle Village, NYView Tutor
...The more you do with a word, the more likely you are to remember it. I use only the most up-to-date and cutting edge approaches to improve vocabulary. Traditional study methods such as flashcards, mnemonics and verbal puns are combined with the latest theories on learning and cognition to maximize retention and optimize recall on a test.
Edison, NJView Tutor
...I received a grade of 98 on my Algebra 2/Trigonometry Regents exam when I was a junior in high school. I also graduated from Stony Brook University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics in three years with a GPA of 3.81. I have substitute teaching experience in Math as well as other subjects.
Yonkers, NYView Tutor
...This is the approach I use in my classroom when I am teaching. I assist students in better understanding each concept by breaking down the mathematical concepts into smaller more precise steps. These steps allow for the student, tutor, and teacher to identify where the misconception or inaccurate ideas are, and then are able to correct the ideas.
Port Chester, NYView Tutor
...I try to make the subject fun for the students so that they do not consider it a burden. I love the challenge of helping kids understand the nuances of mathematics so that the knowledge will stay with them forever. I like to use frequent test papers to test the knowledge of students and also help prepare them for their academic tests and exams.
Stamford, CTView Tutor