...I am especially well versed in areas including calculus, and physics. In addition to my technical skills I also have a highly qualified teaching certificate for both math and physics. I have also passed state required background checks for employment in NJ schools. (read more)
...At Johns Hopkins University I tutored General Chemistry. I enjoy helping others successfully tackle difficult concepts. I understand that there are different approaches to different subjects and that everyone learns differently. (read more)
...I also taught SAT Math Prep and Years I, II, III and IV of IMP (Interactive Math Program).
While at the community college I earned the "Excellence in Teaching" award. At the university I received "BG's Best" award. For high school teaching, I was named the December 2009 "Teachers Who Make A Difference" by WMDT TV 47. (read more)
I studied Mechanical Engineering at The College of New Jersey (highly ranked school, see US News or Forbes rankings) and conquered most math subjects along the way. Teaching is a love of mine, and I have tutored on and off since I was in high school. My greatest teaching strength is my ability to simplify concepts so that they are easier to learn and understand. (read more)
...That's why I plan on teaching as a career, and why I'd like to have the opportunity to tutor you. Regarding my methods, they vary depending on if I'm tutoring in English or math. I'll say this, though:
I'm not a memorizer. (read more)