...learning is, and ought to be, for its own sake. Math and philosophy, and their nuanced interactions, are my great passions. I've run more 5ks and 10ks than I can count, but the validation of completing a long race is nothing like the satisfying moment of writing "Q.E.D." on a difficult proof. I'm a scholar of the Western canon, greatly influenced by great thinkers and writers of the past such as Plato, Virgil, Aquinas, and...
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I graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC in 2008, the oldest English speaking acting conservatory in the world. I graduated Summa from University of St Thomas with a BA in English, and just wrapped up a MS in Data Science from Northwestern. I'm a huge Red Sox fan and love watching detective shows when I have free time.... Positivity. Always. I believe that if a student is given positive tools and is...
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...so that students aren't just following a test-taking strategy because they were told to, they are using that strategy because they were encouraged to discover it for themselves and they understand why it works. Ultimately, I enjoy teaching because both the student and I can simultaneously improve in a process that never ceases to make us better. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy pretty much any activity that gets me outside, especially if that outside...
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...my students are finding helpful. I prefer to test mastery of material via a role reversal in which I see if the student can teach me how to correctly solve problems and arrive at the correct answers. In my opinion, there is no better way to assess the depth and breadth of one's knowledge than to try to convey it to others. The study habits I hope to pass on to my students are ones...
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...as high school, and group/classroom settings, especially from my 4 years of tutoring with Yale MATHCOUNTS. As a likely future graduate student myself, it is my general goal in life to continue the tradition of passing forth knowledge. Not surprisingly, I have always considered tutoring and education among the most noble of professions where both parties, student and teacher, benefit and learn. What makes me an excellent tutor? Over the course of my life I...
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...over 19 years. I teach all levels of Chemistry (including AP), Physics (regular and honors), AP Environmental Science, Honors Precalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 1 and 2, Earth Science, and Physical Science and have taught Chemistry and Physics at the college level as well. My favorite topics to tutor are Chemistry and Precalculus/Trigonometry. I am a patient teacher who can explain problems in many different ways according to how individual students learn best. I only ask that...
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...of Florida in Gainesville, FL. I was a Mathematics major with a strength in math. I am pretty flexible when it comes to my availability. I also live in Chesapeake, VA over the summers as that is where my family lives. I used to tutor people for service hours in high school, and even just for fun to help out my friends and siblings. I can learn any topic that I may be rusty on...
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...teaching assistant for two undergraduate courses: Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics. My duties involved giving weekly tutorials and designing and evaluating homework and quizzes. I have also taught underprivileged high school students as part of an NGO. I taught math, computer science and english speaking skills. This is why Mathematics is my favourite subject to tutor. I am also comfortable tutoring for standardised tests such as the GRE and SAT. My goal is not merely...
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...private tennis lessons on the side. Top ACT and SAT scores earned me a scholarship at the University of Miami, where I was able to develop a newfound love for the fine arts. I am now pursuing a B.S. in computer science as well as a B.A. in studio art, with minors in mathematics and public health. I feel that my artistic practice has shaped my teaching, pushing me to take a creative, non-rigid approach...
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...field hockey. I played both of them since high school and play on the club field hockey team in Madison. I am a HUGE pet lover as I have a dog of my own. I tutor mathematics for all levels up to Calculus. I have always enjoyed math since I was in elementary school and I love helping others out. One of the best feelings in the world is seeing a student finally understand a...
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I'm a Michigan Technological University student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I have a passion for math and science (and teaching the subjects!) I also have experience with multiple AP courses and honors courses, should you require help with those, as well as a multitude of other subjects. I would love to help teach you!
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...New York University, studying Data Science. I recently graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.S. in Computer Science and the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign with an M.S. in Data Science. I have a passion for tutoring in an immense amount of subjects /standardized tests/essays, and helping others gain a greater sense of the material they are trying to master. More specifically, I love helping other students work through the intricacies of mathematics and programming...
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...that every student has their own unique learning style, and so I am always happy to adjust my tutoring style to the needs of a student. Otherwise, I hold tutoring sessions by reviewing a concept and tying it into helpful learning devices, working through practice problems with a student while answering any questions they may have, and then summarizing what was done, answering final questions, and constructing a goals list at the end of a...
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...high school I have had a regular teaching commitment, whether it was helping younger students prepare for standardized tests or TA'ing for college courses. I can tutor very effectively across a variety of math, computer science, and statistics subjects, but am most passionate and have the most 1-on-1 experience in probability and statistics and test prep. I believe that anyone with a good amount of motivation can learn what they desire to a high level...
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...degree in Computational Science. Though I now have an in-depth understanding of mathematics topics ranging from elementary-level work to advanced college courses, math did not come easily to me in middle or high school. The same is true for programming; my now-extensive experience began with a confused and overwhelmed college freshman. I am a firm believer that every student is capable of success in STEM courses at any age, but that different students require different...
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...Beside my Math knowledge, I also taught several adults and kids the Arabic Language. I have an excellent professional teaching style to fit any students needs and level. From my long experience I have dealt with at risk students and helped them enrich their knowledge about subject materials then reach their goals of success. In my perspective I think education is a very important stage in our lives, which will open lots of opportunities for...
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I enjoy the process of showing a student how a very few math rules has so much power the enables them to solve so many different types of problems.... Helping a student demystify math by getting them to see how using logic, overcoming their fear, and relying on even a small arsenal of math laws enables them to solve many more problems than they would expect.... Getting to know the student personally. Ask the student what...
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...of 5/5 in AP Calculus AB and BC and have taken numerous other APs, passing the APs in Physics, Biology, Literature, Language and Composition, Environmental Science, Economics, US history, and Chemistry. I was the President of my high school's only tutoring club and only math club, Infinity Math Club, where I dedicated my time tutoring struggling students in all math levels. I was a tutor in my high school's RAMS program for all academic subjects....
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...for making sure all students feel capable of learning and succeeding. I recently graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a B.S. in Economics and Psychology, and I am currently working towards a MSEd at Johns Hopkins University. I've been tutoring for nearly 10 years, in subjects ranging from ESL to econometrics, and I love any opportunity to help my students address their individual learning needs. In my spare time, you'll probably find me...
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...the lives of others- we just have to take that initiative. Taking the initiative to seek a tutor to assist in your educational goals requires dedication and courage. As a physician who has had extensive educational experience, I am very passionate about learning, teaching, and helping others. I look forward to helping you grow, unlock your full potential and surpass your goals! A little information about myself - Native to Seattle, WA but have lived...
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During our first session we reviewed previous material from his first week of class. We completed chapter 10: reviewed concepts in each section and did representative example and practice problems. The goal is to improve the students confidence in regards to approaching problems and knowing how to systematically solve them. His 2nd quiz is this Friday on Chapter 11. As long as he remains calm and thinks through the problem while solving, I anticipate him performing better than his 1st assessment.

We covered 1 assignment and 3/4 of another today. The student wants to brush up on his math skills which is understandable as he hasn't taken a math course in 7 years. I would recommend that he schedules a few more sessions per week to give him the opportunity to review the things he has forgotten and to finish up all the assignments he has to complete.

The tutor reviewed basic concepts with the students according to the review sheet for the class. The students and the tutor also worked through problems from the study guides. He helped students with the problems that covered the concepts of normal distribution, mean, median, mode, standard deviations, variance, etc.

The student was preparing to take two final exams for the semester, specifically in his math classes. We took time to review some of the problems from his final exam. He also had other questions he had to answer from a writing class. I gave some advice on the problems as well as the written questions he needed to answer. He sent me other problems later on in the evening and the next day.

We covered 90% of homework on 1.1: evaluating functions, adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing fractions, finding the domain and word problem applications of functions. He was able to complete most if it himself with only a few questions and a few small errors that he spotted when I mentioned them.

Student had an excellent grasp of current material being studied and reviewed for upcoming test. Had her practice each subject she was currently reviewing and she was able to solve with both speed and correctness. Worked ahead by incorporating other knowledge into practice problems and once explained she understood how to solve and reach answers quickly.