...I enjoy tutoring because I love the spread of knowledge, and helping others achieve something they once thought unachievable. What makes me an outstanding mathematics tutor? Well, the fact that I'm able to work with anyone, and keep to their pace of learning, and assist them the way they need. (read more)
I am currently a Ph.D. Student in Computer Science at the CUNY Graduate Center and an Adjunct Lecturer at Brooklyn College. I have my Bachelor's of Science at Brooklyn College in Physics, Computational Mathematics, and Applied Mathematics. (read more)
...Petersburg, Russia. I have also spent many years participating in computer programming competitions, and I competed almost exclusively in Pascal/Delphi (or Kylix, the unix version of pascal).
If you are just starting to learn computer programming, Pascal is a great first language. It is a bit outdated, though. (read more)
...Interestingly enough, the science section on the ACT does not require any outside knowledge of science. It tests students' ability to read graphs, infer conclusions, evaluate experimental evidence, and apply the scientific method. There isn't a lot of time on these sections, so efficiency is the primary goal. (read more)
...That’s why I became a tutor. I enjoy helping students learn and feel more confident in their own abilities. When working with my students, I want them to learn the skills and gain the knowledge they need to solve problems without the assistance of a tutor. (read more)