...I strongly believe that every student learns differently, and focusing on their individual learning style leads to success. Some people are visual and others are auditory or kinesthetic. While others are repetitive and need to read and write out what they are learning to grasp a topic.
Bayonne, NJView Tutor
...I am currently pursuing a PhD in Science Education so I have a solid foundation in best practices in teaching and learning, in general. I have also worked extensively with students in study skills as those skills pertain to math and science (my main areas of expertise). Having worked with studen...
Stamford, CTView Tutor
...Then I have students repeatedly do each type until they become commonplace. Last, I have them do as many practice tests as possible so they learn to apply the concepts utilizing time management. By repeating each question type rather than doing one and moving one I ensure that the concept sticks in the student's mind.
Far Rockaway, NYView Tutor
...And I've seen how most students of great teachers learn fast. 'Don't blame the student.' Confucius said that. The final piece: I feel that teaching has to include helping students remember the material. I love it when I can use mnemonics. (You won't forget that the cardiac atria are on top of t...
Cliffside Park, NJView Tutor
...My GMAT score, a near perfect score of 760 for quant and verbal, was in the 99th percentile. This is largely due to my extremely intuitive methods, which I teach to all of my students. Over the years, I have helped all of my many test prep students improve significantly using simple, common sense strategies.
New York, NYView Tutor