...As a tutor and a Princeton University alumna, I have experience on both sides of the acceptance letter. The first, and most important step in the college application process is to choose the right school for you. I can help students navigate their myriad choices to help them find the schools that best fit their academic and person needs.
...I was also in the top 100 in the nationwide William Lowell Putnam competition as an undergraduate. The most critical aspect of being a tutor is that it?s all about the students, not the instructor. I am passionate about helping students succeed.I have a PhD in mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) with a GPA of 4.0/4.0.
Ever since graduating college last spring, I have missed the academic atmosphere: sharing knowledge between peers, learning from professors, keeping my mind busy with writing and research... This is why I decided to tutor; to engage in a learning environment in which the student and teacher can lear...
...As an aspiring high school math teacher, I value the one-on-one interaction between the teacher and student. Tutoring not only will give me a chance to teach, but also the ability to gain more experience. I have taught math lessons within real classrooms ranging from 6th-12th grade and I am ready to implement what I have learned into the content I would tutor.
Chicago, ILView Tutor
...I have taught at the same Skokie public school for the last 18 years. During that time, I have worked with 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. The school district where I was employed has a diverse student population, representing a wide range of student skills, abilities and interests.
Evanston, ILView Tutor