Update: I am currently tutoring at my capacity, and to ensure that my current students all receive the attention and time they need I am not accepting any new students. However, I am accepting inquiries for students to be waitlisted for after May 2015 (APs, SAT2s, Final exams) and Summer session courses)
I'm a MENSA member who loves to see students that care get the help they need. I prefer to use analogies, mnemonic devices, and drawings when I teach, so if you learn best through seeing or visualizing material rather than rote memorization or repetitive listening I will be a great match for you. I have previously taught lab sections for Introductory Biology
at Cornell University and TA'd for the graduate level advanced plant genetics
. I feel very comfortable discussing and explaining biology and chemistry
at any level.
I received my B.S. in biotechnology from Rutgers (minor in biochemistry
), and M.S. from Cornell in plant biology where I was a part of the Plant Cell and Molecular Biology Program. I'm an excellent molecular biologist with a desire to help people understand more about life from molecules and up! I currently help my students with biology, chemistry, physics
, genetics, and molecular biology. I also help students prepare for the SAT II
, and AP in biology and chemistry. I'm looking to start tutoring in organic chemistry
and biochemistry as well, so if you are interested in those subjects, please contact me for a discounted rate.
I feel that its best to receive help early, before you get too far behind! The earlier you get to me, the more I can do for you, but don't be afraid to schedule a last minute cram session: sometimes desperation can lead to inspiration! Please contact me with any questions you have.
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So I've reached capacity again this year on students, but I'm trying something new. I've created a Waiting List rather than hiding my profile. I'm curious if I'll have a number of students waiting for the same subjects, which will allow me to come
up with new ways to help everyone. Perhaps if I have several students uptown (or wherever)...
Exciting times! Its the month that students will finally find out about AP scores! Cheers to all of my students who worked hard studying for their APs and I'm excited to find out how you all did!!
Hey Prospective Students,
So Its been a bit since I've posted. I've now tutored students from most of the colleges in NYC and at least 10 of the private high schools around the city (I'm much worse at keeping track of the high schools because there are so many). Things are going
great this year, I once again have more requests than I can satisfy and I hate to turn people away, but I'm happy...