...Recent score results:
• An undergrad at Dartmouth to improve her GRE score from a 316 to a 327.
• An undergrad at NYU raised his math score on the GRE from 164 to 170.
• A Brown alum increased her GRE score from a 311 to a 329.
• A Saint Ann’s junior took her SAT score from a 1220 to a 1410... (read more)
18 Subjects: includingStatistics,Calculus,GRE,SAT Math
...I enjoy teaching a variety of subjects ranging from statistics to psychology to the Japanese language. I was born in New York, NY, USA, and grew up in northern New Jersey attending the local public school system and the Japanese Weekend School of New Jersey. In college, I pursued a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology. (read more)
I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics at SUNY-Farmingdale State College and Adjunct Instructor at Nassau Community College. I have taught at Hofstra University and Polytechnic Institute at NYU. I am working with the United Way of Long Island to teach Robotics to middle school students in Westbury and Freeport. (read more)
...I developed problems and presented problem solving strategies to help students learn the material. I have expertise in classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and waves and optics. My instruction earned me a nomination for an outstanding teacher award. (read more)
...The ability to adapt the curricula and my teaching style to fit the needs of the students is invaluable when tutoring. Additionally, I volunteered at an elementary school in Miami where I worked as a one-on-one and group tutor for reading, writing, and language development. FLEXIBLE HOURS
I have availability both weekends and evenings during the week, both in person and on-line. (read more)