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City College of New York
HOSTOS COMM COLLEGE (Other)
I'm a student in civil engineering at City College of New York. I've been doing tutoring for more than 3 years, and I've acquired a lot of experience working with students from 4 grade to 12 grade. I also worked with college students. So I can help students in basic math or college level like calculus.
During all those periods I've helped so many students pass their test,and my students are always happy after I explain them a subject they couldn't understand. Just because I do everything with patience and care, always trying to use different manners to make my students understand.
For me every student has his way to understand things, and I will always try to figure out the student way to understand subjects. Most of them sometimes tell me than I'm a genius because I made the problem very simple for them. That makes me happy because I contributed in someone success.
So don't hesitate to entrust your child to me, you will not be disappointed.
Issaka I'm a student in civil engineering at City College of New York. I've been doing tutoring for more than 3 years, and I've acquired a lot of experience working with students from 4 grade to 12 grade. I also worked with college students. So I can help students in … Read more
Issaka is a very good tutor and patient. He worked well with my daughter who is 16 years old. I would use him again and recommend him to others.
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