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I graduated high school in 2011 and attended Sonoma State University for a couple of years before moving down to Southern California and transferring to CSU Fullerton to complete my Bachelor's degree of biology with a minor in chemistry. I have tutored family members, friends, and various students of all age groups through the years through all kinds of subjects, but I have had particular success with the science and math subjects in my studies. However, I am more ... See more
I will be certified with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology as a Mental Performance Consultant this summer. I specialize in helping you to understand learning through mastery, effective motivation, building confidence, how to properly structure goals, and develop mental skills to deliver your best performance! These skills learned in sport translate into academic performance settings and anything that demands your best (music, dance, drama, chess, speech, etc.).
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I'm Niya Adlersberg, a 23-year-old with a true passion for teaching. I have been working with students of all ages ranging from pre-school to college-age. I am currently working at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston with an interdisciplinary team of neuropsychologists and hope that one day, I will join the ranks after graduate school. I love connecting with students beyond the assignments and academic struggles that bring us together. My approach ... See more
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I have a degree in Business Administration from Chapman University. My subject of expertise would be in mathematics (algebra, Basic math, geometry, trig, pre-cal, and calculus). I have experience tutoring students with special needs or learning disabilities. I tutor to each student on a personal level based on his or her strengths/weaknesses. Every student is unique and learns in their own way. My job is to figure out how each student learns best and accommodate this into my ... See more
I have a BS in Computer Science, Spanish, and Public Health. I have tutored elementary school, high school, and college age students in all subjects. I am well-rounded and bilingual.
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I graduated from Bucknell University May 2016. I have tutored in organic chemistry and biology for 4 years. I also have extensive experience and training in teaching MCAT Preparatory courses as well. I will be entering medical school as part of the class of 2021.
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A private lacrosse tutor will help your young athlete elevate his or her skills to the next level. Not only will this help with their technique but it will also provide the knowledge that leaves room for a better understanding of the way the game works. A lacrosse tutor can work with you on the fundamentals of lacrosse or help teach the older players some advanced techniques and strategies on the field. Lacrosse tutoring will help with both your on the field skills as well as what you do off the field to get better. A personalized coach can help you improve any weakness and become a stronger all-around player.
Lacrosse is a sport that has been growing increasingly more popular with America’s youth. More universities are offering scholarships and more kids are playing with each year. It is not an easy sport to play or learn as it takes a good mixture of dexterity and strength. Lacross is a physical sport that is not for the weak hearted. There are big hits and even bigger goals. If your child is looking for a sport to join, lacrosse may be exactly what they are looking to play. Starting off at a young age will ensure that your child has a leg up on the competition starting right away and carrying over into when they start playing at a higher level. The fundamentals are the most important thing that your child needs to learn from the jump, and when you find a lacrosse tutor that is as trained as the tutors at HeyTutor you will ensure your child gets the best.
If you are starting to play high school lacrosse you know that it is a highly competitive sport. There are not many spots available and to ensure you make the roster you have to put in the hours during the offseason. You know “I need a lacrosse tutor” in order to secure your spot on the team and get out on the field to make a real difference. Our high school lacrosse tutors know how competitive the sport it is and how hard you have to work in order to get a roster spot. Many of them were either coaches or played so they have been where you are before.
They know that several players may have dominated when they were in middle school but struggle to find that same success at the next level. That is mainly because they do not put in the necessary work and become stagnant as a player. If you want to make varsity but also play, you need to improve each and every day. Whenever you are not working someone else out there pushing themselves to take your spot or your scholarship. A lacrosse tutor will keep you honest and push you on those days when you just want to give up. It will not be easy, but it will boost your confidence on game day or during tryouts.
There is a common misconception that it is easier to get a scholarship in lacrosse than any other sport because not as many people play the sport. This could not be further from the truth and fewer schools offer scholarships than the traditional sports, so you really have to be the pick of the litter. “Lacrosse tutoring near me” or a “lacrosse tutor near me” needs to be entered in your search engine if you have any hopes of getting a scholarship. Even if you have acquired a scholarship you still need to get the services of one of our tutors. In college, the competition is literally the best in the country. It is impossible to be one of the best if you are not working hard both on and off the field.
It happens all the time, an ultra-talented player is surpassed at the college level by their peers because they think their talent will just continue to carry them through. It may have worked at every other level but it never works in college because you are playing against athletes who are in their prime. Even if you are a freak athlete on the field and in the weight room your IQ may be low and you will struggle. Our professional tutors will help you break down game footage so that the sport can slow down and you can shine on game day. When you get to the college level there is more to the game than meets the eye. The way you really stick out is by doing the work that no one sees, except for the tutor you work with who will keep you on the right path.
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I am a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and double minor in Biological Sciences and Criminology. I am currently enrolled in New Jersey City University in a Master’s Degree program in Educational Psychology, where I will also graduate with a Certification and Professional Diploma in School Psychology. I have been tutoring in all subjects for about 12 years, and enjoy helping those in need succeed in the courses that they are struggling with. ... See more
I offer guidance on how to learn almost any subject in a practical way. I specialize in teaching others to teach themselves, by making material relevant, important, and enjoyable to each student. Maybe you’re an accomplished musician with an equally impressive aptitude for chemistry, trying to decide on a college major. Maybe you want to learn a new language, but don’t know which to start with. Or, perhaps you are an athlete wondering if knowing a little about ... See more
I’m a writer and tutor based in Los Angeles. I graduated from Princeton with a degree in English Literature and a passion for the written word. I enjoy working with students of all ages to improve mastery and harness individual talents. As a result, my students gain confidence in their abilities and become stronger thinkers overall. I provide year-round academic tutoring and college application counseling.
I have a bachelor's degree in Communications/Journalism and a master's degree in Education. I was a sports writer for seven years and have an absolute passion for news, especially teaching students how to gauge news value. I have been teaching English and Journalism for the past 14 years. My specialties include grammar (my favorite!), sentence structure, reading comprehension and literature. I am willing to work with students of all ages from 1st grade until adulthood.
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I am an exercise science student at Simmons University where I have extensive experience tutoring peers in STEM specific courses. I am also capable of tutoring for standardized testing. I believe in using testing, quizzing, and active recall to ensure powerful studying. I want to make the studying process enjoyable to make sure students enjoy learning. My mission to ensure the success of you and/or your student in their class whether it be in their homework or tests!
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I am currently a student studying to be a clinical counselor. I have experience in the past tutoring students in middle school and at the college level. I additionally have worked as a care giver for children of a variety of ages. I believe every person learns in a unique way and that a tutor should adapt their teaching style accordingly. Learning can also be fun and I find that my clients tend to adsorb material quicker if they believe ... See more
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I am so happy you stopped by! I am a certified school psychologist with years of experience with children K-12. I also have two little boys at home that share my love for learning and teaching. I easily establish rapport with children, often through humor, because I think this is essential in learning. I am able to make lessons fun and educational at the same time. My flexibility and patience adds to my success tutoring. ... See more
Each session is customized to the level of the athlete and modified if necessary to provide a full in-depth experience. The individual sessions are guaranteed to make an impact on the athlete immediately if they put in the work. Whatever your weak areas are a private lacrosse tutor can help make those your strengths. HeyTutor has all sorts of lacrosse tutors who know what it takes to make it to the next level in lacrosse. They can push you and keep you focused on your goals. Your lacrosse mentor can also help you prepare to play in college by giving you workouts that you will use for the entirety of your career.
When your child first starts playing lacrosse they do not know the positions or what it takes to find success at each one. When they go to practice they will be put at a position based on skill level. In order for your child to be put in a position where they will have the most fun, it is important that they are not only one of the best but also that they understand every position. A high IQ level at a young age is incredibly rare, but it is also fairly minimal. Most children just show up to practice ready to whip the ball around, run around and hit people. Put your child a step further by working with a private tutor who will teach them the rules of the game and what each position does. This way when they start playing their actions will be motivated and they will not just be running around aimlessly. A private tutor will make sure your student is ready to go when the season starts and the lessons they learn will be used for their entire lacrosse career.
In high school or college, every player has different requirements. Based on your position you will need different lessons. For example, if you are a forward and want to improve your stick work you will need to work on that skill. But if you are a goalie and want to work on your glove saves, you will need to work on that to get better. Our athletics tutors will create a specialized work out plan based on exactly what you want to learn. If you want to change positions our tutors will help you do that as well.
You will be working with professionals who will give you an experience that will rival what you get in practice. In fact, our tutors will simply supplement what it is you are learning in practice. If your team is struggling on defense and you are a defenseman, your tutor will breakdown footage with you and weaknesses in your game so that you improve. This helps not only you as a player but also your team as a whole. And since you will be working with a tutor who has professional experience, what you learn from them will be unique from what you learn from your coaches.
If you are playing college or high school lacrosse you know that games are won before you even step on the field. This means several things. Firstly, it is about what you have been doing to prepare yourself for the game and the season. You need to make sure you are in tip top shape and that you have been taking care of your body. If you are in an intense game and start getting tired you will be no use to your team, you might even hurt the team and cause a crucial mistake.
Our fitness tutors will ensure that you are in the best lacrosse shape you have even been in so that when you step on that field you will be ready to lead your team to victory. But our tutors know that you will not always succeed on the field but it is important to know what you did wrong in a loss. This comes with breaking down game footage, pointing out those mistakes and recognizing them later on. When you know how to really watch the footage and look at it in an active manner, you will see that you become a much smarter lacrosse player. But it is not just your footage that you need to learn how to watch, you need to be able to evaluate your opponents so you can pick out tendencies and weaknesses. This way you are fully prepared to win the game when the time comes. This is the knowledge our tutors will give to you which you can pass along to your teammates so that you all play to the best of your ability.
Our prices are very reasonable, and you’ll be able to afford a lacrosse coach even on your college budget. What do you have to lose? There’s no time to waste with the competition out there, get linked up with one of our private coaches today who can help you reach and score goals.