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...For 6 months, I tutored three students with ESL work (two Spanish speakers, one Mandarin Chinese speaker) at a New Hampshire high school. I had received a job offer last summer to work as an ESL teacher at a public school in Seoul, South Korea through a private teaching English abroad company called Ivy in Asia. However, I turned down the offer due to personal/family reasons.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I have a degree in Behavioral Neuroscience, so I have the educational background for all subjects of this test. In addition, I have over two years of experience teaching/tutoring all MCAT subjects when I worked for a national test prep company. I've taught over 1200 students in the classroom setting and tutored over 110 students one-on-one.
Old Bridge, NJView Tutor
...I enjoy teaching math and science to middle and high school students. I tailor my tutoring sessions to maximize each student's understanding and progress in math and science. My goal for each student is for him/her to be able to understand the concepts and be able to apply them in class and on exams.
Nutley, NJView Tutor
...I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10. I received a grade of A in both "Introduction to Logic" and the more difficult course "Symbolic Logic" as an undergraduate.
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