Graduated with Honors from Cornell University, GPA 4.0 and concentrated in Genetics, Genomics and Developments. Extensive tutoring experience, over 4 years, in individual subjects such as math, biology, physics, chemistry etc. as well as SATs.
I have tutored students in math from the elementary level to precalculus. I've also tutored students in standardized test prep (SAT, ACT, SAT subject tests, PSAT, SSAT, ISEE, etc.) and reading/writing (from students in preschool up to high school students applying to college). I have worked with special needs students and am trained in techniques for teaching students with ADD and ADHD or students on the Autism spectrum. I have a specialty in working on college application essays ... See more
Since 2005, Hannah has worked privately with elementary, middle school, high school, college, graduate, and professional students. While working on academic skills, students gain confidence in their abilities and feel more in charge of their education.
Hannah began tutoring Chemistry, Spanish, and essay writing when she herself was still a high school student. After graduating Cum Laude from The McDonogh School in Maryland, she moved up the Eastern seaboard to study English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Determined to ... See more
I have over 10 years of tutoring experience, including 8 years at a small test preparation firms where I have enjoyed working with students to maximize academic success. I have tutored over one hundred private clients, as well as several group classes. In my time tutoring, I have developed a teaching style that stresses clarity, transparency, and accessibility through the use of techniques catered to an individual student’s method of processing and applying information. My method helps students to ... See more
Hello, my name is Carl, and I am the perfect tutor for you!
My teaching style uses a supportive approach which is tailored to your specific strengths and weaknesses. In respect to my teaching experiences in Philadelphia, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York, I have proven ability teaching youth and adults.
I have taught courses in GED/HSE, high school mathematics, ACT/SAT, and college-level mathematics for various institutions along with extensive experience in remedial math instruction. I am ... See more
I tutor for a variety of standardized tests, academic subjects, and general study skills. My primary specialty is the SAT & ACT, with 14 years of experience working with several of the largest test prep agencies, various smaller agencies, and as a private tutor. I've helped many students get accepted to Ivy Leagues and prestigious schools, and hope to help you do the same.
Working with me, you'll get:
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My passion is math and physics, and I tutor in order to share my passion with others. I have experience tutoring in various subjects, including statistical and classical mechanics, multivariable calculus, and partial differential equations, and can tutor many others, such as quantum mechanics, electrodynamics, ordinary differential equations, and linear algebra. I also serve as an SAT tutor and even continue to teach courses on SAT, GRE, and GMAT math.
My mission is to instill both academic success and intellectual ... See more
Having extensively studied both STEM and the humanities, I can provide a well-rounded tutoring experience in a wide variety of subjects. Most of my teaching experience is with math and science, although I also greatly enjoy providing general homework help/test prep in all subjects. My teaching methods are centered around helping my students build good study habits in order to grow academically, and my goal is to share my own passion for the subjects I teach with my ... See more
As a physician training to be a neurologist, I care a lot about the brain. I have over 10 years of experience not only as a private tutor in math and science, but also as a mentor for college and medical school applications.
Student-centered teaching with a growth mindset is my priority. I work with students and their families to understand their personal academic needs and goals, whether that’s passing the chemistry final, finishing Ivy League applications, managing ... See more
I am a graduate of New York University. I received my Philosophy of Doctorate in Political Science with a focus on quantitative politics and political economy. My thesis has been published in the prominent political economy journal Public Choice in September 2013 . At NYU, I worked both as a research and teaching assistant (TA). In particular, I worked as the TA for the math class for the PhD students and the Head TA for the game theory based international relations ... See more
New York basketball fans certainly understand how quickly high expectations can turn into disappointing results. Just like the infamous team that has been breaking hearts all over the city for decades, taking a math course you’re unfamiliar with can be similarly disheartening. There are countless benefits to living in New York City, such as endless career opportunities, the most extensive public transit system in the country and some of the most exquisite food in the world. However no city, small or large, comes without its detriments. As New York becomes more and more populated, teachers in many schools often don’t always have the time to give each and every student the individual attention and help that they need to thrive. In these cases, HeyTutor’s New York trigonometry tutoring can be an invaluable resource.
While there isn’t a whole lot most New Yorkers can do about the city’s basketball woes, our trigonometry tutors in New York can help you achieve the level of success you’re looking for in your class. For most of us, math is a tough subject and it doesn’t always come naturally. It doesn’t quite help that math is taught in a fairly nonintuitive way in the United States, as most students taking trigonometry will be coming from an algebra 2 course, and the two are extremely different ways of learning mathematics. Often, students will be able to grasp concepts in one of the classes but not the other. If your troubles are more on the algebra side, one of our incredible algebra 2 tutors would be thrilled to help.
If you find yourself struggling in a trigonometry course, it’s important that you seek help early and often. Sometimes it isn’t made clear how important of a building block trigonometry is for future courses like calculus, statistics, economics, etc. If you are confused about trigonometry concepts while in a different course, one of our New York trigonometry tutors would be happy to help, but we also have local math tutors in every subject imaginable who are experienced in trigonometry, and will be able to teach you the fundamentals and how to apply them to your current class.
I founded a tutoring program for middle school students at Webb Middle School in Tampa, FL. I worked with students from sixth to eighth grade in reading, writing, math, grammar and test prep. Many of these students spoke Spanish as a first language or were struggling in a specific area, so I am extremely comfortable working with students who are falling behind and students who are excelling. I also worked as an individual tutor for three years during college, working ... See more
My pleasure to break down the complex concepts for anyone to understand and apply to solve all kinds of problems.
My name is Tarik and I am currently working in cardiovascular research in New York City. I plan to go to graduate school in the future and hope to enter the field of corporate biotech. That being said, my expertise is in Molecular Biology, Pre-Medical and Health-Relevant Topics, and Foreign Languages. I've taken my MCAT and scored really high, and have had 2+ years of experience in tutoring STEM + language courses.
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I have a BA degree in Mathematics and Computer Science with honors from Skidmore College, and have more than 5 years tutoring experience (all college level math, SAT, AP, SSAT, etc.). I took all the math courses offered in my school along with some grad level math courses. I attend conference every year and have many research experiences with my professors. As a CS major, I am also an expert in programming languages like Java, Python, Perl, C++, etc. I ... See more
I'm a recent graduate of Duke University, with a degree in biomedical engineering and minor in chemistry. I currently work as a data engineer.
I have experience tutoring engineering courses at the collegiate level as well as providing general homework help at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Having worked as both a GRE and SAT tutor for the past year, I feel confident I could also help others perform well on standardized tests.
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I am a kind graduate student with a positive attitude. I love teaching and seeing faces light up when students learn. I am a skilled communicator and have an easy time understanding children. I have experience in tutoring middle school math and reading, high school social studies, and elementary-level music, specifically trombone. Additionally, I could comfortably tutor middle school level trombone as well as any elementary, middle school, or non-AP high school subject. I am available on weekends ... See more
I graduated from the University of Connecticut with a BA in mathematics. I have a year of tutoring experience from volunteering at an elementary school through the NYC Department of Education. I find that I explain concepts well and I am very motivated to help all students learn, regardless of their needs. I encourage everyone to learn in their unique learning style and hope to help develop strategies to improve future learning.
I am a journalist and published author. I love teaching. My specialty is helping students prepare for the standardized tests. You name the standardized test and I teach it. I enjoy teaching math, all the way up to and including calculus. But I also teaching all of the Humanities.
First of all thank you for your interest.
I am very confident in tutoring math in general, but I am especially confident in teaching ACT and SAT math.
So if you need help with SAT and/or ACT math, I am your guy.
I speak Korean and English, so if you are a Korean student and want to be tutored in Korean, please let me know.
I am very good at both helping you understand math and helping you ... See more
I can teach French and math and can guarantee you excellent grades
The most important thing to do if you’re struggling, especially in math. Is to identify the problem early and get the help you need to achieve the level of success you desire. Nobody wants to reach the end of the term and realize they aren’t prepared for the final exam. We at HeyTutor understand this, which is why it’s important to get started with trigonometry tutoring in New York as soon as you identify a problem.
Our tutors are all consummate professionals, as we require they hold at least a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years experience tutoring. We also think that one of the most important factors in a student’s success is their relationship with a tutor, which is why you can specify the exact type of tutor you’d like to meet with, in terms of level of experience, availability, personality traits and teaching styles, and we will be happy to accommodate that.
Our New York trigonometry tutors will design lesson plans around the way you learn and will help you follow them. Most importantly, we believe that a good rapport takes time to develop between a tutor and student, which is why we offer 10, 20 and 30-hour plans which you can use at your discretion with as many tutors as you’d like.
We receive many inquiries about trigonometry tutoring for the ACT and while our trigonometry tutors would be more than happy to assist, you may find yourself better served working with one of our amazing ACT math tutors, who will not only teach you all you need to know about trigonometry, but also how to apply it to the exam and exactly what the graders are looking for.