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Anna V. ...As a natural outcome, I became a Teacher and an Engineer. I think, that excellent education and teaching skills are essential qualities of a great tutor. I'm proud to posses both of these properties.
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, physics, calculus
Forest Hills, NY
Malik K. ...In each case, I was at the top of my class, and I also helped teach physics at the same MIT summer program that I had attended when I was in high school. I have tutored college physics as well. I say all that to say that I've seen physics taught in a variety of settings to students of extremely...
22 Subjects: including algebra 2, physics, calculus, geometry
New York, NY
Ved S. ...From the very early age, I discovered that I enjoy teaching math and I am good at it. Over the years, I have tutored a variety of students - middle school, high school, college undergraduates and adults. I have taught several math subjects (Prealgebra, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, calculus, Trigonometry etc.), physics, computer programming and robotics.
27 Subjects: including algebra 2, physics, calculus, GRE
Bronx, NY
David F. ...I truly love mathematics and working with students of all ages. You get the best of both worlds with me! I am a Math for America (MfA) recognized Master Teacher - a title awarded to a very small portion of applicants who show great dedication to pedagogy (teaching instruction), understanding of their community, and an ability to demonstrate a wide range of mathematical ability.
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, physics, geometry
Astoria, NY
Grace Z. ...One thing that I have learned from my time as a student is the importance of developing correct study skills. I have learned that cramming is the least effective way to study. To do well, I've realized that one must study a subject over a period of time, make connections when going over certain points of a subject and to understand, not memorize, the concepts that are taught.
36 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, TOEFL, GED
New York, NY

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