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CUNY College of Staten Island (Computer Science)
Polytechnic Institute of NYU (Master's)
M.S. in the Management of Technology (Concentration Cyber Security) (Master's)
I am qualified to tutor levels from 5th grade to college Mathematics (including: algebra, prealgebra, pre-calculus, calculus I, and II) and Computer Science, mainly in C++ and C#.
I have a BS in Computer Science and MS in Management of Technology. Students like to work with me because I explain the material in a simple way. I am patient and can help anyone who is willing to learn.
Thank you for reading my post! Can't wait to meet with you. Hello Everyone!
I am qualified to tutor levels from 5th grade to college Mathematics (including: algebra, Read more
My son enjoyed his tutoring session with Ety,
She took the time to explain the math problems to him and encouraged him to ask questions. I would not hesitate to use her again.
I am an undergraduate college student majoring in computer science and I needed help understanding C++. Ety was very patient and most importantly was able to explain the core concepts of C++ and gave me the skills and confidence to code and continue to learn C++. With Ety's help and guidance I have progressed tremendously and I highly recommend her to everyone, even those who are unsure if they can master a new language such as C++. Thanks Ety!
Ety is great tutor that take her time explain the math problems. She really helped me understand the way to solve the math homework I was having problems with. She's very patient making sure I understand what I was doing. And she shows step by step on how to solve the math problems.
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