...I have been an adjunct professor, but far prefer the tutoring. As for teaching style, I feel that the concept drives the skill. If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I have received an undergraduate degree in Psychology. I have only once received a grade lower than an A in a psychology course, and that was an A- in "Adult Development". I have tutored SAT test prep and I have scored a 2050 when I took the test myself.
Fair Lawn, NJView Tutor
...With the step-at-a-time help of some marvelous college coaches, and my own burning desire to recreate myself, I became a U.S. Treasury Department spokesman by the age of 26, visiting dozens, then hundreds, and finally entrusted with a spot on PBS. As a museum founder, I entertained CEO's and shared the stage with politicians.
Hicksville, NYView Tutor
...At work, I was one of the principal model builders on my team, using Excel to project future returns of investments and to quantify the risk. Some of our main tools were VLOOKUPs, INDEX, MATCH, and return calculators like XIRR. At a previous job, I was a sales rep for a financial services company and lectured on linking our software's API to Excel.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also emphasized.
Westport, CTView Tutor