$60/hour

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“**A perfect tutor!**”

Hello! My name is Stephanie, a recent graduate of New York University majoring in Economics and minoring in Mathematics. I am a 22-year-old Taiwanese girl who is fluent in Read more

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Stephanie is a perfect tutor for my daughter. She explains well and she has good contact with the student. She also teaches the elements of test taking strategies (my goal is to have my daughter to be prepared for regents). My daughter is already motivated to study more!

Stephanie arrived early and was ready to start right away; she was very sweet and helpful in answering little one's questions. She felt very comfortable around her and was even excited for it to be her next lesson already.

Math:

Algebra 1,
Music:

Cello,
Flute,
English:

Test Preparation:

Common Core, Regents,
SAT Math
Language:

Chinese
Special Needs:

Phonics
Elementary Education:

Common Core, Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math,
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During high school, I was always one year ahead of the math curriculum of my current grade. For example, in 9th grade I was in 10th grade honors math. In 10th grade, I was in 11th grade honors math, and so on. I also scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. I also scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

During high school, I was always one year ahead of the math curriculum of my current grade. For example, in 9th grade I was in 10th grade honors math. In 10th grade, I was in 11th grade honors math, and so on. I also scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. I also scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

Ever since I was little, my parents required us to speak in Mandarin in our Taiwanese household. I started to attend Tzu Chi Chinese School when I was 3. I went every Sunday from 9am to 1pm, going through many textbooks, tests every week, and a few history lessons as well. I am now fluent in Mandarin and able to carry on any normal conversation. Reading and writing is also not a problem. I scored a 780 on my Chinese SAT II, which successfully ruled me out of the foreign language requirement at NYU. However, when I was at college, I still took a Advance Chinese and received an A- as my grade. Moreover, I attended a program called A.I.D (Assisting Individuals with Disabilities), where I taught English to elementary school students using Chinese. Therefore, I am comfortable in communicating with both languages, or using one language to teach another.

I attended Shelter Rock Elementary School. I graduated top of my class and was awarded the Koebele Award, an award that recognized my exemplary commitment towards academia, arts, and aspirations. I excelled in every subject better than my classmates, especially math because I loved it!

I started to learn the flute when I was in 5th grade. In middle school, I was in both band and orchestra. In high school, I was in a more advance class of both: String Ensemble and Wind Ensemble. I tested my skills for the flute with NYSSMA (New York State School Music Association). I took level 4, 5, and 6. I took levels 5 and 6 twice so I could perfect my score and get a 100. After I was successful, I decided to push myself more and went for All-State level, in which I also scored 100. I sat in first chair for my last two years of high school, and also attended NY All County one year. I also started to learn the piccolo when I was in high school. I scored a 97 at All-State level for the Piccolo. I also played Piccolo in certain wind ensemble groups at school.

I attended Manhasset High School. In 9th grade, I was enrolled in the 10th grade honors math class. I also scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. I also scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

I attended Manhasset High School. In 8th grade, I was enrolled in 9th grade honors math class, and in 9th grade, I was enrolled in the 10th grade honors math class. I was always ahead one year and always enrolled in honors classes. I've never received lower than an A grade in any math class, and I also scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. I also scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

I attended Manhasset High School. I scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. Math was my strongest subject on the SATs. I scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

During high school, I was always one year ahead of the math curriculum of my current grade. For example, in 9th grade I was in 10th grade honors math. In 10th grade, I was in 11th grade honors math, and so on. I also scored 95+ on both the Math A Regents and Math B Regents. I also scored a 750 on the SAT Subject Tests for Mathematics Level 2.

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