...I received an A in my college probability/statistics course, and I plan on returning to graduate school to receive a degree in statistics. Trying to condense several years of high school level mathematics into one (admittedly very long) exam is not easy. It can leave many test takers unsure about what to study for.
Butler, NJView Tutor
...I even tutored my little brother in all of his elementary school subjects. Even after I graduated high school, I still continued to tutor students from middle/high school in Mathematics. In addition, I was also offered a position to tutor calculus at Rutgers University.
Livingston, NJView Tutor
...I am dedicated towards finding a method that works for each of my students to best understand their material. I have had all my students perform as well as or better than they expected. Generally, I like to go over example problems slowly, breaking down the concepts into a series of simple steps, while generally explaining the concepts as well.
Ridgewood, NYView Tutor
...I don't believe in lecturing too much--you will learn the material much better when you are talking out loud through examples with some guidance along the way. I like to give clear explanations for each important concept and do examples right after. Most importantly, I am personable and easy to talk to; Lessons are thorough but generally informal.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Understanding of concepts is very important in math since it would guide and help students to approach the problems and solve them in an appropriate way. Nevertheless, through tutoring many students, I have noticed many of them lacked understanding the concepts. For this reason, they have struggled with solving problems, even simple questions.
Levittown, NYView Tutor