...Another important part of study skills is time management. It is important that the student use his or her time wisely where he or she can focus more on the areas that needs strengthening. In working with students, I would even have them create a diary where the students can record how much time they spent on each subject.
Denville, NJView Tutor
...I can adjust the pace of learning to suit the student and I emphasize practice and deep knowledge of fundamental concepts. I can be flexible about location. While I do require 24 hour notice of cancellation we can schedule make up sessions when needed.
South Orange, NJView Tutor
...As a mentor, I can have tough conversations with tutees when necessary, while also providing the inspiration to reach new heights of academic success. In addition to being a tutor, I am an attorney and a certified teacher. Accordingly, I have found great success with a variety of student learning styles and am a "go-to" person for LSAT and law school tutoring.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I lived with a French host family and attended French high school, where I became fluent in the language. I still maintain a relationship with this wonderful family and fly back to France to see them every few years. In high school, I spent 3 summers teaching 9-12 year olds French at Bard College's Summer Language Immersion program.
Montclair, NJView Tutor
...I believe learning is very important, but that it can also be enjoyable and even fun. I try to assess what my students' interests and abilities are, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. I have a good sense of humor, but am able to use it to motivate students and make them more at ease.
Caldwell, NJView Tutor