I teach math
to high school, from arithmetic to trigonometry
. This means I am certified in algebra
" and "algebra II
" according to the WyzAnt list), pre-algebra
, and SAT Math
as well. How well do I teach? I have an eight-year-old brother, who I taught division before he turned seven. He saw it as a game, as I taught it. If you ask him what he thinks of division, he would say, "It's easy!"
I taught English
and math to a 7th grader for a whole year. I am also a Physics
tutor for the TRIO special services in my university (Polytechnic Institute of NYU). In Physics my subjects are vectors, linear, circular and projectile motion, forces, momentum, and torque (also known as moment).
I am also a master of giving presentations, and am able to make mind-blowing presentations with very little prior preparation. I am a believer in being relaxed and in the moment at the time of presentation. I can show students how to do the same thing.
Those who need help with Microsoft Excel
, Microsoft Word
and Microsoft PowerPoint
may ask me for help as well.
Finally, I am an avid martial artist. I took TKD for three years as an early teen, and I am one of the competing members of my university's Judo team. I hope to receive my black belt before the end of 2012.
24 hours notice required
Travels within 6 miles of Rego Park, NY 11374
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If you were like many students looking to go into an Ivy, you probably did what everyone told you to do ever since you were five. Study SAT vocabulary! And really, I want to ask, how has that helped your score so far?
Studying vocabulary in order to do well in the SAT reading portion is like memorizing when to perform what maneuver in basketball or any type of sport. It doesn't work! Words...