New York University (Economics)
Hello, my name is Justin and I am currently studying economics and mathematics at New York University. I started teaching students since my high school years at Randolph School. In my high school, I was part of the National Honor Society and was an officer of Mu Alpha Theta. Having completed AP Calculus BC in my junior year, I tutored fellow classmates on mathematic concepts and problems after school hours to guide them to improve their grades in their respective classes. Also being a member of the Youth Leadership Council at Randolph, I taught students that were in elementary to high school from different schools as well. As of now I am part of Project College. This organization helps underprivileged students around New York with their college application process. Though I do not meet the students directly, I am part of the Outreach and Development team that contacts and convinces individuals and entities such as the Deans of our college and other institutes to aid our organization.
In my high school years, I had studied extensively for the ACT, SAT, TOEFL IBT, and many more. Having liked and studied math ever since I was little, I often taught fellow classmates from my middle school and high school. Overall, I took the ACT one time and achieved the final score of 34/36. In the Math section specifically, I got a score of 34/36. Furthermore on the SAT, I received a score of 2270/2400. On the SAT Math section, I was able to achieve a perfect score of 800/800.
Though I am of Korean ethnicity, I have lived in about 5 different countries my entire life. Due to this, I learned English and Korean at the same time, allowing me to be fluent at reading, writing and speaking in both languages. As for my ACT English and ACT Reading scores, I received 34/36s on both sections. Similar to my ACT, I took the TOEFL IBT one time and achieved a score of 118/120; 30/30 on Reading, 30/30 on Listening, 29/29 on Speaking and 29/29 on Writing.
Ever since my middle school years, I have sat down and taught students and fellow classmates officially and unofficially. The reason I persist in teaching and tutoring students over these years is that I truly enjoy teaching and love the feeling that I get when students understand a question they had been mulling over for a long time and when they tell me how their grades have improved.
I am currently on summer break from New York University and since I am not doing any internships this summer, my days are fully free seven days a week. The location of the tutoring site can be arranged whether it be in your house, or in a cafe or bookstore. I always have my phone with me so if you send me a text or email to postpone a lesson, I would be happy to reschedule to any time and day.
I look forward to hearing from you and don't hesitate to call me whether it is just to see what kind of person I am! I promise I will always give my best in helping to achieve your academic success! Hello, my name is Justin and I am currently studying economics and mathematics at New York University. I started teaching students since my high school years at Randolph School. In my high school, I was part of the National Honor Society and was an officer of Mu Alpha Theta. Having completed AP Calculus BC in my junior year, I tutored fellow
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