I am a graduate student at NYU and am currently in the process of obtaining my masters in applied quantitive research methods. I enjoy teaching greatly and have worked with students of all age groups, from elementary school students to adults. I have been tutoring for six years and assisted more than 100 students with high school and college level Mathematics, Chinese, and preparing for standardized tests such as SAT and ACT. I have had incredible success working with students in the past through tailoring my lessons to the student and matching it to their learning style. Through assessing the skill-level of each student, I am able to present the material in the most effective manner.
I attended an international school in China and moved to the United States at the age of 9. My multicultural heritage gave me an edge in learning languages, allowing me to easily pick up Spanish in middle school. Being well versed in Chinese and English makes me a knowledgeable tutor for both Chinese international students wishing to improve their English and American students that desire to learn Chinese. I am the perfect fit if you're looking for a Mandarin or ESOL Tutor.
My years of experience tutoring students in Mathematics allows me to avoid common misconceptions that students make and develop explanations that students can understand easily. I enjoy showing students how different topics relate to each other. By doing so, students are able to develop a deeper understanding of mathematics. A strong Mathematics foundation will greatly benefit students for the rest of their academic career.
My specialties are the SAT and ACT exams. I, myself, have received a 2350 on the SAT and a 35 on the ACT, so I am more than qualified to tutor for these tests. Having received perfect scores on the Math portion of the SAT, ACT, GRE, and SAT Math subject tests, I can show students the commonly asked questions and contents to prepare for on the SAT and ACT Math.
I believe that every student can achieve their goals with a plan that fits them, along with consistent work. Parents have complimented me on my patience and told me that their children have achieved better grades with my guidance. I have a very flexible schedule, so I can easily accommodate your schedule as needed and start immediately.
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I am a recent graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a BA in International Criminal Justice, also minored in Music. I am bilingual, fluent in English and Chinese Mandarin, working part time as a translator at a law firm. I'd love to tutor children from elementary school and or teach them a second language, i love to work with children! (:
I can teach students in language of chinese or english. online tutoring, 25$ a hour.
Emory University student, major in Biomedical Engineering, minor in Economics. I have been tutoring students for more than four years, received so many positive comments on my interesting teaching style and efficient grade improvement. I have my own notes-organize system, and keep all summarized notes and practice since 9th grade. Proving students with structured lectures and efficient practices. Students are welcome to reach for questions any time if needed, always reply in 30mins. Second Language available in Chinese.
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I had 2 years of tutoring experience. The students are from unknown to fluent of the subject that they were tutor in. I use stuffs that the student that can apply to on the tutor lessons. My price and time are negotiable.
Native speaker of Chinese. Can help with any level of Chinese learning (Beginner to Professional Chinese), essay and homework.
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Hi! My name is Sophia. I am a college student, I have studied Mandarin for five years and passed the AP Chinese exam. I have lots of background on the best study tips for language learning and different tools for better fluency. As a non-native speaker, I understand the difficulties that many face when first starting a foreign language. But with determination and practice, any language is achievable, even if difficult! All you have to do is start.
I believe that all language learning must start with a strong amount of vocabulary. Beginning with the most commonly used words and tested on HSK assessments, students will learn vocab that will assist them with daily conversation and life. To make sure the vocab isn't forgotten, students will practice speaking, writing, and reading the characters. Memorizing how to write the character is not required, but recognizing it is. The first few sessions will revolve around basic aspects of Chinese language, such as the idea of radicals, tones, and pinyin. All teaching will have some connection to Chinese culture and language. Students will work at their own pace based on how well they do on simple vocab quizzes.