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“**Great teacher! Very punctual and patient**”

I originally went to Stony Brook University to become a pharmacist. I took all the premed classes and became a Chemistry Teaching Assistant where I fell in love with teaching. I dropped pre-pharm and pursued my teaching license. I got my teaching license in 7-12th grade Social Studies and with my science background also passed the supplementary

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My son started studying with Albert for a few weeks before the school year began. In the two weeks before school started, he covered the foundation of what would be needed for Algebra II/Trigonometry. After that my son only needed a session every week just to make sure he understood everything well and got a head start on next week’s material. He has been averaging an A- since September and I am confident Albert has a lot to do with that.

Albert deserves a greater than five star review.

The reason for this is in his manner.

He has the uncanny ability to make the subject matter really interesting .

This is invaluable because it sets up a great dynamic with the student.

Our son is thrilled with Albert and thrilled, also, with his outstanding results at school

Albert is very punctual and has tremendous amount of patience. He zero's in on your weaknesses and strengthens them, leading to a very strong understanding of the material. Highly recommend for science and math majors!

My son was convinced he would never understand math, and neither my wife nor I had time to really sit down and give it the attention this problem deserved. He was bringing home low grade after low grade, even though he did very well in his other subjects. In a short time (just under half a year) Albert observed how my son did math and got down to the problem. He pointed out the gaps my son had in understanding fundamental Mathematics. The last test my son brought home was a 92 and I couldn't be more proud and relieved that I made the right choice in getting Albert to help my son. I'm unwilling to let him go just yet, so I am talking to Albert about tutoring my second son.

My son took his first lesson in Chem today and he said it was really great. Albert explained everything using language that was easy to understand. He goes to school where the expectations are high, so I am sure Albert has pretty good knowledge of the subject and great teaching skills to make it simple. Really happy so far and already paid for 12 more classes!

I hired Albert because I heard my nephew was doing poorly in chemistry. He had failed his previous test and Albert got him to an 80 after two sessions. Money well spent.

Albert is great! My daughter had such trouble with adding and subtracting negative numbers. She could never figure out how to combine same sign and subtract different sign integers. In one session, Albert explained how the + integers are good, and – integers are evil; if you are adding good or evil they get more good or evil, respectively. If the signs don’t match, they would fight each other. She still needs more practice, but that story really helped her. During her history lesson, she would always forget dates and events that correspond with one another and Albert created cards for her to remember and added small trivial facts that made her remember the events better. Overall, I'm glad to have had Albert tutor her and I'll be calling him for more homework help and upcoming test reviews.

Albert is a very excellent tutor. He knows stoicheometric conversion (chemistry), and made it appear very easy. This subject has been a big problem for me to understand, but after a few hours of tutorial with Albert, I can now confidently say that I am on the way to scoring high in chemistry in my school.

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I have a NYS Teaching license in chemistry, math and social studies. I have been teaching and tutoring math and chemistry for over ten years.

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus for ten years.

I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus for ten years. I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I don't know where history got such a bad reputation for being boring.

History is all about the story. If your teacher is teaching you Ancient Rome by just listing off emperors and what they did, instead of talking about Nero burning down half of Rome and Caligula having massive parties and Senators selling their wives to make money for the empire, then you need to give me a call.

I earned my BA in history from Stony Brook University and my Masters in history from Brooklyn College. I have been teaching Social Studies for little more than ten years.

History is filled with romance, violence and assassination, and political intrigue. That is the opposite of boring.

I originally went to Stony Brook University to become a pharmacist but fell in love with teaching after being a Chemistry teaching assistant for a year.

I passed the state teaching exams for high school chemistry and math and have been teaching and tutoring it for about ten years. I also got my Pharmacy Technician Certification (PTCB) so I can help a friend open up his pharmacy.

Chemistry is deceptively simple. There are a few concepts that you have to understand but about 80% of chemistry is pure algebra.

I have been working computers for 20 years. I got my A+ certification when I was 15. I took a Dreamweaver class in college. I also built a few simple webpages for friends using Dreamweaver.

I am a high school social studies teacher. I received my NYS teaching license in 7-12th grade Social Studies and passed the Chemistry and Math supplementary teaching exams.

I have taken classes in linguistics, child psychology, teaching methods and have done a year of student teaching. Not counting two and a half years of actual teaching in the schools. Plus I used to work for an after school program that helps 1st-5th graders getting their homework finished, which requires some tutoring to make sure they understand it.

I have been teaching students all levels of Math, English, Social Studies and science for about ten years.

I originally went to Stony Brook University to become a pharmacist but fell in love with teaching after being a Chemistry teaching assistant for a year.

I passed the state teaching exams for high school chemistry and math and have been teaching and tutoring it for about ten years. I also got my Pharmacy Technician Certification (PTCB) so I can help a friend open up his pharmacy.

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and trigonometry for ten years.

I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I have been using computers for twenty years. I got my A+ Certification when I was still in High School.

If you are looking for someone to teach you how a computer works, be able to use the internet, navigate through Windows and use common computer programs like Office, I can definitely help you learn.

I earned my BA in history from Stony Brook University and my Masters in history from Brooklyn College. I have been teaching Social Studies for little more than ten years.

I don't know where history got such a bad reputation for being boring.

History is all about the story. If your teacher is teaching you Ancient Rome by just listing off emperors and what they did, instead of talking about Nero burning down half of Rome and Caligula having massive parties and Senators selling their wives to make money for the empire, then you need to give me a call.

History is filled with romance, violence and assassination, and political intrigue. That is the opposite of boring.

I originally went to Stony Brook to go to Pharmacy school, but after taking all of my pre-pharmacy requirements, which included a year of Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Calculus, I realized I wanted to teach. I became a Chemistry teaching assistant. In that role, I retaught groups of 5-10 students chemistry who did not learn the material correctly from the professor.

From these groups, I found students to tutor for the MCAT. I eventually got my teaching license and passed the supplementary teaching exams in chemistry & math. Furthermore, I got my PTCB (pharmacy technician certification). I also hold a master's degree from Brooklyn College in history which comes in handy for the English part of the MCAT. I have been helping students get into medical school for about ten years.

I have been tutoring students of all age groups to navigate through Microsoft Windows operating system for about twenty years.

I got my CompTIA A+ certification before I graduated high school. I have exhaustively studied every windows OS that have come out since windows 3.1

I am also a licensed teacher with years of experience and patience.

I have been using computers for twenty years. I got my A+ Certification when I was still in High School.

If you are looking for someone to teach you how a computer works, be able to use the internet, navigate through Windows and use common computer programs like Office, I can definitely help you learn.

Along with my Bachelors and Masters, I also have my NYS Chemistry teaching license and I also have my PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board).

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus for ten years. I have also been tutoring 7th and 8th grade Pre-Algebra for ten years.

I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus for ten years.

I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I have been preparing students to do well on their Math SAT for about ten years.

What is interesting about the Math SAT is that it contains no Geometry, Algebra II, or Trigonometry.

The entire SAT Math test can be aced with a strong understanding of only 9th grade Algebra, which can be accomplished by going over the exact skills the college boards want you to have and then practicing those skills on different questions.

I have been teaching high school Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, trigonometry and pre-calculus for ten years.

I have privately tutored & prepared hundreds of students for their respective Regents exams.

I have my teaching license in Chemistry & Math & Social Studies.

I have been preparing students to do well on their Math SAT for about ten years.

What is interesting about the Math SAT is that it contains no Geometry, Algebra II, or Trigonometry.

The entire SAT Math test can be aced with a strong understanding of only 9th grade Algebra.

Which can be accomplished by going over the exact skills the college boards want you to have and then practicing those skills on different questions.

I went through a rigorous education program in Stony Brook which culminated with a BA in History and my New York State teaching license in Social Studies. I then went on to receive my Master's degree from Brooklyn College in History. I also received my supplementary teaching licenses in chemistry and math.

Proper study skills are essential for doing well in school and college. In graduate school, each class would assign a 400 page book per week. That is 1600 pages of reading.

You either learned great study skills or you failed out. Let me teach you how to excel with great study skills.

Trigonometry is considered probably one of the hardest math subjects for a student to grasp.

Many students do not do well in trigonometry because they did not have a strong foundation in algebra and geometry; because at the end of the day, trigonometry is really a combination of algebra and geometry. If you can manipulate a geometric figure and a complex algebraic equation, you can master trigonometry.

If you haven't mastered algebra and geometry then we will have to spend some time making sure that your foundation is stable before building more bricks on your math house.

I have been working computers for 20 years. I got my A+ certification when I was 15. I took some web design classes in college. I also built a few simple webpages for friends.

I don't know where history got such a bad reputation for being boring.

History is all about the story. If your teacher is teaching you Ancient Rome by just listing off emperors and what they did, instead of talking about Nero burning down half of Rome and Caligula having massive parties and Senators selling their wives to make money for the empire, then you need to give me a call.

I earned my BA in history from Stony Brook University and my Masters in history from Brooklyn College. I have been teaching Social Studies for little more than ten years.

History is filled with romance, violence and assassination, and political intrigue. That is the opposite of boring.

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I don't know where history got such a bad reputation for being boring.

History is all about the story. If your teacher is teaching you Ancient Rome by just listing off emperors and what they did, instead of talking about Nero burning down half of Rome and Caligula having massive parties and Senators selling their wives to make money for the empire, then you need to give me a call.

I earned my BA in history from Stony Brook University and my Masters in history from Brooklyn College. I have been teaching Social Studies for little more than ten years.

History is filled with romance, violence and assassination, and political intrigue. That is the opposite of boring.