...Many of my students first come to me at this level, and as we work they find confidence and improved skills. I am constantly working to show students the "whys" of understanding math, not just how to "do" the problems. I like to show them little tricks or ways to remember things, and I like to explain other ways to solve the problems, and how to check their own work.
South Plainfield, NJView Tutor
...I have a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Rutgers University and a Master's degree in Biological and Physical Sciences from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine. The courses I master are Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy, and Embryology. I have some knowledge in Neuroanatomy as well.
Harrison, NJView Tutor
...While I may not be able to perform in a circus or even hail a cab, I am confident that I can present science and mathematics in such a way that is clear and understandable to students. I also believe that scholarship is a lifelong endeavor. The work of a student is never truly done.I took Algebra 1 in high school and again in college.
South Orange, NJView Tutor
...I am a third year medical student. I took my USMLE step 1 exam a week ago and studied pharmacology in depth. The best way to go about teaching pharmacology is to understand the normal processes of the body and explain to the student how the drug enhances or decreases the normal response.
Nutley, NJView Tutor
My professional career commenced in 2001 following my graduation from medical school. While in practice, I obtained graduate degrees in Business Administration (MBA) and Public Health (MPH). Furthermore, I am a Certified Public Health professional (CPH) and a Registered Tax Return Professional (RTR...
Hillside, NJView Tutor