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Haseeb F.

Federal Attorney and Law School Adjunct Faculty

Federal Attorney and Law School Adjunct Faculty

$75/hour

  • 63 hours tutoring

About Haseeb


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I am a Federal attorney with extensive litigation and appellate experience based in White Plains, NY. I worked in private practice before being appointed a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, after which I began clerking in U.S District Court. Adjunct faculty at Fordham University School of Law.

I believe in Socratic, hands-on learning to help students understand the material instead of rote memorization.
My goal is never to tell my students the answer, but instead push you to arrive at the...

I am a Federal attorney with extensive litigation and appellate experience based in White Plains, NY. I worked in private practice before being appointed a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, after which I began clerking in U.S District Court. Adjunct faculty at Fordham University School of Law.

I believe in Socratic, hands-on learning to help students understand the material instead of rote memorization.
My goal is never to tell my students the answer, but instead push you to arrive at the answer through critical thinking and problem solving.

I have taught children and adults domestically and abroad in numerous subjects from math and computers to law and public speaking. I'm extremely flexible, so please inquire so we can create a program that's perfect for you.


Education

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Poli Sci, Int'l Rel
Fordham University School of Law
J.D.

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Subjects

Business

Criminal Justice,

Criminal Justice

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and International Studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I worked in the District Attorney's Office in Brooklyn working on misdemeanor and felony domestic violence offenses ranging from violations of orders of protection to homicide. I continue to practice law and am a member of a number of professional legal organizations including the Fordham Law Trial Advocacy Association as an alumni member.
Law,

Law

I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. I have worked in private practice and government focusing extensively on federal litigation, and I currently clerk in the United States District Courts. I have also taught trial advocacy at Fordham Law as adjunct faculty. I am licensed to practice law in the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of New York, and the Districts of Vermont and Connecticut.
Microsoft Word,

Microsoft Word

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took a course in Computer Business Administration (1998) where I learned word processing, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presenting. I have continued to employ all of these tools through my education as well as in my current job as an attorney.
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

I have taken a number of public speaking courses including Fundamental Lawyering Skills. I developed my public speaking abilities through Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions throughout law school, was captain of my high school debate team, and continue my public speaking skills in my career as a litigation attorney.

Computer

Microsoft Outlook,

Microsoft Outlook

I am an attorney who uses Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis. More important, I assist many of my colleagues on using Outlook on a regular basis. Ask me anything--no judgment. I'll make it simple and make it easy to use.
Microsoft Windows,

Microsoft Windows

Subject Area: I have extensive training and experiencing using Microsoft Windows. I am well versed in the Windows Operating Systems from 93 to 2003, Vista, NT, XP, and 7. I extensively studied and worked with Windows in a number of classes throughout middle school, high school, college, and law school, including the incorporation of subject specific software. I also studied programming and troubleshooting within the Windows framework.
Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took a course in Computer Business Administration (1998) where I learned word processing, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presenting. I have continued to employ all of these tools through my education as well as in my current job as an attorney.

Corporate Training

Grammar,

Grammar

I constantly use grammar and comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in writing, both fiction and non-fiction. I have also contributed to a number of publications. As an attorney, grammar is key when working on any assignment.
Law,

Law

I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. I have worked in private practice and government focusing extensively on federal litigation, and I currently clerk in the United States District Courts. I have also taught trial advocacy at Fordham Law as adjunct faculty. I am licensed to practice law in the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of New York, and the Districts of Vermont and Connecticut.
Microsoft Word,

Microsoft Word

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took a course in Computer Business Administration (1998) where I learned word processing, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presenting. I have continued to employ all of these tools through my education as well as in my current job as an attorney.
Proofreading,

Proofreading

Subject Area: As a writer and attorney, I have been able to develop my proofreading skills both academically and professionally. I studied writing and advanced writing in a number of courses, including AP/IB writing courses in high school, advanced writing and composition courses in college, and advanced legal writing courses in law school. These courses, and my career, place an enormous importance on proofreading, and I continuously utilize these skills in my career. I also edit a blog on religion and spirituality and have worked as a tutoring proofreading for students.
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

I have taken a number of public speaking courses including Fundamental Lawyering Skills. I developed my public speaking abilities through Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions throughout law school, was captain of my high school debate team, and continue my public speaking skills in my career as a litigation attorney.

Elementary Education

Grammar,

Grammar

I constantly use grammar and comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in writing, both fiction and non-fiction. I have also contributed to a number of publications. As an attorney, grammar is key when working on any assignment.
Reading,

Reading

I constantly use reading comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
Study Skills

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.

English

English,

English

Subject Matter: I am a native English speaker and former English teacher having taught ESL, elementary level English, and advanced English techniques to children and adults. I have studied English extensively including basic grammar, writing, and composition; comprehension and analysis; and speaking and oral skills. I continue to use these skills in my career as an attorney.
Grammar,

Grammar

I constantly use grammar and comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in writing, both fiction and non-fiction. I have also contributed to a number of publications. As an attorney, grammar is key when working on any assignment.
Literature,

Literature

I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
Proofreading,

Proofreading

Subject Area: As a writer and attorney, I have been able to develop my proofreading skills both academically and professionally. I studied writing and advanced writing in a number of courses, including AP/IB writing courses in high school, advanced writing and composition courses in college, and advanced legal writing courses in law school. These courses, and my career, place an enormous importance on proofreading, and I continuously utilize these skills in my career. I also edit a blog on religion and spirituality and have worked as a tutoring proofreading for students.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

I have taken a number of public speaking courses including Fundamental Lawyering Skills. I developed my public speaking abilities through Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions throughout law school, was captain of my high school debate team, and continue my public speaking skills in my career as a litigation attorney.
Reading,

Reading

I constantly use reading comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
Writing

Writing

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I have conducted and drafted independent research on a number of topics like human rights, law, economics, and religion. I continuously employ my writing abilities in my current work as an attorney. I also maintain a blog on issues of religion and spirituality.

History

American History,

American History

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took courses in AP/IB American History (2004-05) and AP/IB History of the Americas (2005-06) in high school, and extensive history courses in college including History of the Vietnam War (2010) and Contemporary American Society and Culture (2011).
Geography,

Geography

I have taken abundant courses on geography, geopolitics, and history.
Government & Politics,

Government & Politics

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining a dual degree in Political Science and International Studies. I have also taught trial advocacy as an adjunct at Fordham Law. I am an attorney with extensive experience in federal litigation in private practice and government, and I currently clerk in United States District court.
Religion,

Religion

I have taken multiple courses in this area including World Religions and Contemporary Islamic history. I continue my religious education in religious lectures and seminars as well as literature on religious studies.
World History

World History

I took courses in American History, European History, and World History in high school, and extensive history courses in college including History of the Vietnam War, Contemporary American Society and Culture, European History, Contemporary African History, and Middle Eastern History.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and continued my mathematical education through geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I studied Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and Algebra 2 in high school (2000). I continued my mathematical education through geometry, statistics, calculus, logic, and number theory. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
English,

English

Subject Matter: I am a native English speaker and former English teacher having taught ESL, elementary level English, and advanced English techniques to children and adults. I have studied English extensively including basic grammar, writing, and composition; comprehension and analysis; and speaking and oral skills. I continue to use these skills in my career as an attorney.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took a course in Geometry in 1999 and 2000, and I continued my mathematical education through Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, and Number Theory. I continually employed the basics of Geometry in my subsequent math study. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Pre-Algebra in middle school (1998) and continued my mathematical education through Algebra 1 and 2, geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Reading,

Reading

I constantly use reading comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the SAT in 2006 scoring in the 97th percentile in mathematics. I took the PSAT in 2005 scoring in the 99th percentile. I have studied math extensively, including Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, Number Theory, Finance, and applied Mathematics (Physics). I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.
Writing

Writing

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I have conducted and drafted independent research on a number of topics like human rights, law, economics, and religion. I continuously employ my writing abilities in my current work as an attorney. I also maintain a blog on issues of religion and spirituality.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and continued my mathematical education through geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I studied Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and Algebra 2 in high school (2000). I continued my mathematical education through geometry, statistics, calculus, logic, and number theory. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took a course in Geometry in 1999 and 2000, and I continued my mathematical education through Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, and Number Theory. I continually employed the basics of Geometry in my subsequent math study. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Pre-Algebra in middle school (1998) and continued my mathematical education through Algebra 1 and 2, geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I took the SAT in 2006 scoring in the 97th percentile in mathematics. I took the PSAT in 2005 scoring in the 99th percentile. I have studied math extensively, including Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, Number Theory, Finance, and applied Mathematics (Physics). I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and continued my mathematical education through geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I studied Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and Algebra 2 in high school (2000). I continued my mathematical education through geometry, statistics, calculus, logic, and number theory. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
English,

English

Subject Matter: I am a native English speaker and former English teacher having taught ESL, elementary level English, and advanced English techniques to children and adults. I have studied English extensively including basic grammar, writing, and composition; comprehension and analysis; and speaking and oral skills. I continue to use these skills in my career as an attorney.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took a course in Geometry in 1999 and 2000, and I continued my mathematical education through Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, and Number Theory. I continually employed the basics of Geometry in my subsequent math study. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Pre-Algebra in middle school (1998) and continued my mathematical education through Algebra 1 and 2, geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Reading,

Reading

I constantly use reading comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.
Writing

Writing

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I have conducted and drafted independent research on a number of topics like human rights, law, economics, and religion. I continuously employ my writing abilities in my current work as an attorney. I also maintain a blog on issues of religion and spirituality.

Other

Geography,

Geography

I have taken abundant courses on geography, geopolitics, and history.
Government & Politics,

Government & Politics

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining a dual degree in Political Science and International Studies. I have also taught trial advocacy as an adjunct at Fordham Law. I am an attorney with extensive experience in federal litigation in private practice and government, and I currently clerk in United States District court.
Law,

Law

I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. I have worked in private practice and government focusing extensively on federal litigation, and I currently clerk in the United States District Courts. I have also taught trial advocacy at Fordham Law as adjunct faculty. I am licensed to practice law in the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of New York, and the Districts of Vermont and Connecticut.
Religion,

Religion

I have taken multiple courses in this area including World Religions and Contemporary Islamic history. I continue my religious education in religious lectures and seminars as well as literature on religious studies.
Study Skills

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.

Sports/Recreation

Chess

Chess

I am an amateur chess fanatic. I obtained my JD from Fordham Law School after graduating from UNC Chapel Hill. I have been playing chess since I was six years old, and continue to play regularly. I have taught children and adults to play chess, from basics to advanced techniques. I teach from the book "1001 Chess Tactics from the Games of Everyday Chess Players."

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I took Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and continued my mathematical education through geometry, calculus, statistics, logic, and number theory.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I studied Algebra 1 in middle school (1999) and Algebra 2 in high school (2000). I continued my mathematical education through geometry, statistics, calculus, logic, and number theory. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took a course in Geometry in 1999 and 2000, and I continued my mathematical education through Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, and Number Theory. I continually employed the basics of Geometry in my subsequent math study. I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Reading,

Reading

I constantly use reading comprehension skills in my career as an attorney. I am an avid reader and have taken multiple courses in literature, including World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, and French Literature.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the SAT in 2006 scoring in the 97th percentile in mathematics. I took the PSAT in 2005 scoring in the 99th percentile. I have studied math extensively, including Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, Number Theory, Finance, and applied Mathematics (Physics). I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have taught students from children (4 years old) to adults. I used to teach elementary education (math, english, reading, computer/technology) in Ghana after having received specific training. I have also studied education techniques based on the Myers Briggs Typology Indicator. I apply a variety of tools and methods to my instruction.
Writing

Writing

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and international studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I have conducted and drafted independent research on a number of topics like human rights, law, economics, and religion. I continuously employ my writing abilities in my current work as an attorney. I also maintain a blog on issues of religion and spirituality.

Test Preparation

Bar Exam,

Bar Exam

Education: I graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2012 where I obtained my JD. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009 obtaining two Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and International Studies. Teaching Method: I have taught multiple subjects to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving. Subject Specific: I passed the New York State Bar Exam qualifying me to practice in New York, Washington DC, and Connecticut, and I am also barred in multiple federal jurisdiction. I have tutored in Bar Exam MBE and state-specific subjects.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I took the SAT in 2006 scoring in the 97th percentile in mathematics. I took the PSAT in 2005 scoring in the 99th percentile. I have studied math extensively, including Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Logic, Number Theory, Finance, and applied Mathematics (Physics). I have taught multiple subjects in math to children and adults. My method of teaching encompasses hands-on problem solving coupled with individual instruction and employs the Socratic method of student-led problem solving.

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Great Teacher!

100% Recommend. Haseeb was patient, effective, and reliable! I used him for my post-law school application review. If you’re looking for a knowledgeable and effective teacher, look no further!

Kea, 3 lessons with Haseeb

Excellent Scholar and Tutor

Haseeb was super knowledgeable, very prepared, very supportive, very respectful. great listener, and extremely resourceful. His knowledge of the law was only outmatched by his grasp of effective pedagogical strategies and his desire to truly help his clients! I highly, highly recommend Haseeb! Dr. Ross (Struggling 1L)

Dr. Michael, 5 lessons with Haseeb

Great Tutor!

Haseeb is a great tutor! As our chess tutor, he is fun, patient and offers great challenges. He comes right on time and has accommodated our schedule. He is a very smart, nice and articulate person. I recommend Haseeb.

Emily, 3 lessons with Haseeb
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