Tyler L. is the founder and principal instructor of Examine It Tutoring Services, which works in and around the various boroughs of New York. Examine It works with a wide range of students, all with unique educational backgrounds. We focus on developing a student’s problem solving ability rather than content memorization.
Tyler is a former environmental engineer at Air Pollution Characterization & Control. APCC is based out of Hermon, ME and focuses on air pollution compliance testing for industrial facilities. While there, he learned importance of applying abstract engineering concepts to real life and often irregular situations. He also learned the value of problem solving in real time and conveys that importance to his current students.
Tyler graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maine with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. He currently resides in Manhattan.
I started tutoring on my own approximately nine years ago and I decided to join the WyzAnt community in order to reach out to more students. I have tutored over 500 hours through Wyzant to date and I hold a 4,9/5,0 star rating. Feel free to read through feedback from my previous students to get a better idea of my tutoring qualifications.
My total SAT score was 2170 - M770 CR700 W700. My composite ACT score was 34 - M35 E34 R34 S31. My GRE score was Verbal 158 (78th percentile), Quantitative 167 (94th percentile), and Analytical Writing 5,5 (98th percentile). I specialize in SAT and ACT preparation for high school students. I am also interested in tutoring college students preparing for the GRE general test. For test preparation, I assign a decent amount of homework each week and I spend the majority of my sessions going over the questions my students answer incorrectly.
I would like all potential students to understand that the SAT and ACT are not exactly the same, and therefore require different types of preparation. If you have any questions about this, feel free to send me a message. I also put together my own review packets for the SAT and ACT, covering all the main concepts for the math sections and the grammatical concepts for the SAT writing section/ACT English section.
I am also focusing on helping high school and college students write and edit their college admission essays and scholarship essays (for undergraduate or graduate school). I offer face-to-face sessions with students to assist in all phases of the writing process - coming up with a catchy/meaningful idea, planning out the content and structure, and editing the drafts. The rate for these sessions will be my standard rate of $60 per hour.
However, I am also willing to offer assistance via email for students who wish to have their essays edited without meeting face-to-face. The rate for this type of session will vary depending on factors such as the length of the essay, how many rounds of editing are needed, and the overall amount of time that I spend editing the essay. I am willing to discuss a rate that is reasonable for both me and the student/parent.
As far as my cancellation policy goes, I require notice at least 24 hours in advance for a lesson cancellation. If I do not receive adequate notice, I will charge a $25 cancellation fee. This is primarily due to the fact that if I schedule someone for a particular day and time, I am filling that time slot and not allowing other students the chance to take that slot. Therefore, I am losing business by allowing students to cancel at the last minute. However, I offer all of my students 1 last minute cancellation free of charge; subsequent late cancellations will be subject to the $25 fee. The only major exception to this policy is a cancellation due to severe weather conditions, in which case I will not charge a cancellation fee if the lesson is cancelled at the last minute.
While all of my "professional" and "academic" qualities are certainly important, I think it's also necessary for you to understand more about me as a person. I consider myself a "nerd" and I am no longer self-conscious about it - it's who I am. I love school, but aside from that I enjoy reading and writing. To me, the smell of a bookstore is like that of a decadent chocolate cake to many others. Although throughout the school year I typically only engage in academic writing, in my down-time I write poetry and I finished writing my first young adult novel during NaNoWriMo 2016. I'm an athlete. When I was younger I did karate for about 6,5 years and got my black belt. Now, running is one of my passions. I ran my first half-marathon this past March with my Mom in RI. I don't consider myself fast, but the mental reprieve that I experience during a long run is something I could never give up. Finally, during the winter I take pleasure in crocheting. I make hats, blankets, stuffed animals, and anything else I can come up with. Yes, my interests are eclectic. Yes, I'm eccentric. I think that these parts of me make me a better tutor because I'm well-rounded and I'm always trying to come up with new ways to help my students. Also, I think it's important for my potential students and their parents to know more about me than simply my academic abilities.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. I hope to hear from you soon!
I am an award winning Professor of Humanities, Social Science, and Liberal Arts for 30 years at university and colleges including U. C. Berkeley. I have mentored more then 50,000 students into vocations and successful careers. I am an excellent writer and I have been published in a number of books and periodicals. I am also a distinguished public speaker and have presented at numerous conventions and conferences. I can tutor Social Studies, Humanities, Social Science, Ethnic Studies, African American Studies, Sociology, Religion,and Liberal Arts courses.
My name is Rosalia Gattuso. I have over ten years of experience achieving academic success with students. Message me for a free consulatation and we can be one step closer to achieving your academic goals!
Look forward to working with you!Rosalia
I graduated from Princeton Unversity, with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering in Spring 2018. I am currently applying to medical schools, but have always had a passion for teaching - whereas I began tutoring other students - both younger and the same age as I - as a freshman in high school. I continued during my summer breaks from college, even though I had various internships and research jobs. I am working full-time (40 hours a week) as a clinical research assistant at CHOP, but would love to continue to teach on the side! I love working with everyone from children to young adults. I am willing to work out location, hours, and what services I am willing to provide, depending on the student -- this includes via skype for interested students that are not in the Philadelphia area. Please contact me for interest and pricing and I am sure we can work something out!
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.
My name is www.*** and I graduated from Boston University in 2017 with my Bachelors in Journalism and a double minor of www.*** and Women's www.*** I am currently earning my Masters through the University of Massachusetts in Accounting.
I am 24 years old, and I work for the New Jersey Devils in the finance department. I absolutely love Math and have been tutoring Math since I was in high school. I am willing to tutor all levels up to Calculus 1. I can tutor any and all ages. In addition, I am open to tutoring in Essay writing and English/Literature.
If you have any questions, please do not hesistate to reach out.
Algebra, calculus, trigonometry, Microsoft excel, finance and statistics lessons in Jersey City, NJ.
With 10 years of professional and educational experience in both universities and high school settings, I am able to provide in depth support for the following:
8 years as a university-level adjunct lecturer, crisis counselor, student advisor, diversity and inclusion education facilitator (Pace University and University of California, Santa Barbara)
ELA Teaching license with three years of experience in the Department of Education
College admission essays
Drafting and revising of English literature assignments
Certified ESL teacher
College-level English 101
Advanced skills in differentiating for students with disabilities/IEPs
Focus on humanities and social justice based topics and curricula
Development of ideas for projects and a variety of essay types and topics
Support with writing mechanics and grammar
Melissa has over fifteen years of voice training and performance experience. She is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy’s Musical Theatre Integrated Program and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (B. F. A.) from The New School University. When not teaching, she is currently working on her Master of Science (M. S.) in Communicative Sciences and Disorders at New York University (NYU), with the aim to become a singing voice specialist who can work with both healthy and injured voices. She has been performing steadily Off-Broadway, including principal roles in productions at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre and Times Square Arts www.*** ;s training is grounded in voice science and health. Her lessons are specifically tailored to meet each individual singer’s needs and goals. Melissa completed all three levels of certification in Somatic Voicework™: The Lovetri Method for Contemporary Commercial Music. This system of pedagogy draws from classical vocal pedagogy as well as acting, dance, speech pathology, and Alexander Technique™. She has had the privilege to work with some of the top singing teachers in the country, including a NYSTA workshop with international vocal coach Joan Melton and master class with Broadway voice teacher Jeannette Lovetri at Berklee College of Music. Melissa regularly attends vocal pedagogy courses to continue her knowledge of the science and art of www.*** Affiliations:
•National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)
•New York Singing Teachers' Association (NYSTA)
•Somatic Voicework™ Teachers' Association
•The Voice Foundation
•National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
•New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NYSSLHA)
•Honors Master of Science Thesis: “Voice Patients with Acid Reflux: Students’ Perceptions of the Efficacy of Lifestyle Changes" with NYU faculty advisor Dr. Celia Stewart, CCC-SLP (In-progress)
I'm a freelance university and community college instructor with over 15 years experience teaching and tutoring various subjects––from English literature and essay writing to creative writing, the humanities (history, philosophy, social sciences, and theology), and public speaking. I've taught at my alma mater New Jersey City University, as well as William Paterson University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Berkeley College, Bergen Community College and Hudson County Community College, and I've given lectures at Montclair State University, Columbia University, and Parson's School of Design. My own writing (poetry, fiction, and nonfiction) has been published in dozens of print and online publication, and I have given a TED talk on fundraising based on my book, Crowdfunding for Filmmakers. I'm looking to put my skills to good use tutoring middle to high school students (ages 13 - 18), college students, and professionals. Workshops and classes are also available, too––just let me know what you need and I'm sure I'll be able to oblige!
I am an actor, director and teacher with an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. I’ve taught students of all backgrounds, from all over the world, as young as four and as old as sixty-five, both in person and on-line. I’ve taught varied subjects, including Directing the Actor, Shakespeare, Scene Study, Acting Technique, On-Camera Audition Technique and Voice. Students have been accepted into top training programs, including Tisch School of the Arts, and have booked professional theatre, film and television, including Law and Order, The Mysteries of Laura, independent films, and plays at Playwrights Horizons.
I’m highly sensitive to the individual needs of each person I work with, whether in the classroom or as a private coach. My goal is to give each student an experience of success through achievable challenges and encouragement, and to foster a sense of play, joy, intention and improvisation.
I believe I could teach most subjects up to the high school level. My ideal student would be self-motivated hungry types who are looking less for help with their textbook and more someone who will challenge by asking out of the box questions that really make you think. Learning to think is a premium when information is so easily available.
Crimson Coaching provides tutoring services to students aged 10 to adult in ALL academic subjects, for ANY standardized test or college / post-graduate application. Crimson Coaching's clients have been accepted to the nation's top independent schools, liberal arts colleges, and Ivy League universities. Founded by Harvard graduate Dominique P. in 2014, Crimson Coaching offers private and group instruction in person throughout the New York metropolitan area and online tutoring to clients worldwide. We differ from other tutoring and test prep companies in our highly personalized attention to our students, from our unique diagnoses of their needs to our prompt, detailed feedback to parents and adult students. Crimson Coaches also accommodate students’ schedules by tutoring evenings, weekends, and online whenever necessary. We offer time management, organization and study skills training, and stress reduction coaching to children and adults. Our Founder and Head Tutor, Dr. P., is also a certified yoga teacher and combines this expertise with her 10 years of classroom teaching and 30 years of tutoring experience to change the lives of busy families in profound ways.
Alexandrian Scholars Inc. offers incredibly intelligent, innovative custom lesson packages which include all major subjects and all standardized admissions tests one comes into contact with in society as a whole. Our intellectual Genius Test-Taker Educators, tutors, maintain a 100% success rate with each and every Scholar, students, in achieving their specified academic and standardized testing goals and provide 24-hour support. Alexandrian Scholars offers the best conscientious tutoring, test preparation and admissions packages which cater to how each Scholar thinks, perceives their education, and their individual approach to academic work. Our tutors are truly brilliant, incredibly knowledgeable people who have done exceptionally well at standardized and intelligence testing themselves, thus serving as a power of example to our Scholars.
Offering tutoring for all levels of High School and College. Subjects offered are Math, Physics, Chemistry, Hindi and English.
SAT/ACT prep also available.
Available for both incall and online tutoring.
Message about the price.
Hi, I have been tutoring math and science for the past 5 years and I love helping students understand concepts they previously struggled with. I have helped students of various age groups achieve their academic goals, from young as 7-8 year olds to college students. I love helping students feel enthusiastic about the topics I teach.
I cover topics such as:
applied college math, statistics, probability, calculus, precalculus, algebra, trigonometry, SAT math, SHSAT logic, SAT II Math, etc.
special topics available upon request, just show me your book.
in science: I cover biology, chemistry, physics, general sciences (k-12)
My rate is $50 an hour, and I have specialty programs for long term customers, just ask.
NEW YEAR SPECIAL: $40/hr for algebra tutoring
Hope I can help you achieve your goals!
Offering Spanish tutoring for students at any level. I am a native Spanish speaker, born in the Dominican Republic. I've been working in education for 10 years, and have been teaching Spanish at a top performing charter school for the past four years. Tutoring can be online or in person in NYC.
French lessons in New York, NY.
I got an experience of working with teenagers when volunteered as a part-time teacher. I have been helping two foreign friends learning and practicing Mandarin for several months and getting positive feedbacks always.
I love communicating with people and helping with learning Mandarin and knowing more about Chinese culture. As an ESL learner, I have always hoped that I can get help and suggestions more often from native speakers. Given I’m a native Mandarin speaker, I have no problems with my fluency and knowledge of Mandarin. I can communicate fluently in English and Mandarin. I’m also keeping learning and practicing how to teach in a more clear and helpful way based on my hands-on experience of helping my friends.
Feel free to contact me and I’m flexible with time.
Hello! My name is Jennifer, and I'm an 19-year-old student at NYU. I am currently majoring in English, linguistics and minoring in creative writing.
I've always loved tutoring, and I had much experience with it back in high school. I've worked for the TOEFL Killer Studio for two months, and tutored private SAT lessons in my senior year. The experience helped me greatly develop my ways of teaching. Despite being a non native speaker, I still managed to get high scores on standardized testing, due to my unique skills of solving the questions.
-I grew up in China and had rigorous math training. As a result, I received a 5 on AP Calculus BC, so SAT math was in comparison very easy for me.
-I have spoken mandarin throughout my life. It's my first language.
-I received an 111(I didn't finish the listening because I had to use the bathroom) on my TOEFL, 750 on my SAT reading and a 790 on writing. Also, I've been intensively studying the language since an early age, and I can easily upstage many native speakers.
Please contact me for more info. Looking forward to meeting you!
I have been a tutor for three years. I have experience working with a variety of ages, needs, and challenges. Being that I am involved in the helping professions, I am able to adapt and help each student reach their goals in whichever way will fit them best. I am encouraging, understanding, and patient, and I believe that my experience and education make me a helpful and effective tutor.
I have different methods depending on the students's ability to learn. I tend to break elements down that the teacher lack to explain. The things that teachers expect students to know I teach and explain thoroughy so the student's can undentand. I am also aware that the capability of each child is different so I have different methods when I work with different student's. M y experience was an adventurous one.
Our one-on-one German lessons focus on each student’s needs and goals. The usual fee for our one-on-one lessons is $60 for a 60 minute lesson. This would include lessons at JacobiTeacher Downtown office Manhattan, NY.
For students who prefer private lessons at home or work, the fee may be higher depending on www.*** online lessons we use the video conferencing service "Zoom". You would not have to download it to attend online lessons with us! Because our schedule is flexible, we do not charge a cancellation fee. Our clients pay only for the personal lessons they actually attend!
Nico Jacobi holds a Master’s degree in teaching and education from the University of Cologne. He graduated in 2008 and taught German, Social Science, and Geography at Kurt-Tucholsky-Gesamtschule-Krefeld and Julius Leber Sekundarschule Berlin for the following seven years.
In June of 2015 he moved from Berlin to Manhattan, founded JacobiTeacher and started offering private German tutoring services in the NYC area for all levels and contexts: professional, personal, etc.
He studied under Professor Kersten Reich at University of Cologne, where he was influenced by the philosophies of John Dewey and constructivist teaching methods and uses a lot of these methods for his lessons.
What are your goals?
Our one-on-one German lessons focus on each student’s needs and goals. The following descriptions of learning levels will help you to classify your own level. They also help us organize the teaching process so that we can create useful material. While these levels are helpful guides, they are just suggestions; Our teachers are very flexible in their teaching and will make sure the student is reaching his or her goals.
Basic 1 Grammar:
The Basic 1 level focuses on the basic development of grammar skills. By the end of this level, students will be able to create everyday expressions and basic phrases. Students will build basic vocabulary and listening skills while developing a foundation in German grammar.
Basic 2 Listening / Speaking:
The Basic 2 level focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. While developing these verbal skills, students will continue to build vocabulary and extend their grammar skills. By the end of this level, students will be able to understand German sentences and frequently used expressions related to common topics (e . g . very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).
The Advanced level focuses on the development of conversation and communication skills. Conversation topics are drawn from articles, movies, TV shows, culture, etc. During the lessons students will also extend their skills in grammar and vocabulary.
Das Level Konversation 1 richtet sich an Deutschlerner, die bereits über genügend passive Sprachkenntnisse verfügen, um die Sprache zu konsumieren, sie aber noch nicht ausreichend anwenden können, um sich im Gespräch sicher zu verständigen.
Die Gesprächsthemen orientieren sich am Alltag und den Bedürfnissen des Schülers/ Studenten. Es werden ausserdem weiterführende Gramatikregeln erarbeitet und der Wortschatz erweitert.
Das Level Konversation 2 richtet sich an Deutschlerner, die sich im Alltag bereits sicher verständigen können. Das Ziel des Kurses ist es die Sprachkenntnisse zu perfektionieren.
Gesprächsthemen können je nach Interesse des Schülers/ Studenten aus den Bereichen Gesellschaft, Politik, Erdkunde und Unterhaltung stammen.
English lessons - New York, NY.
Hi, I'm Ophelia a native French speaker who has over 3 years of experience in term of tutoring. I've been tutoring trough my college to many levels students. I Also have experiences working with children at my local primary school. I love teaching and have developed my own adapted plan for your levels. Let's me help you out and extend your knowledge!!!
Hola a todos!
My name is Leyla, I have always loved teaching Spanish. I speak English, but I use Spanish every day at work. I work with an accounting firm and I take care of Spanish speakers with communication and document translations. I teach students of all fluency levels. Many of my students prefer learning through conversational Spanish and I love it. We talk about many subjects, especially New York City. I love the city and I know many places, so I have a lot to talk about it. I also teach by using a structured grammar, that depending on your needs and preferences. In all cases, I strive to make my classes interactive and fun.
I am very good at helping students succeed. I have an excellent knowledge of grammar and can explain some of the very difficult concepts, such as double object pronouns, conditional sentences, etc. I also like to have fun learning; the best memories are when you had fun! I promise I'll make your tutoring experience enjoyable! Be ready for me teaching you jokes, songs, and according to your age ... some other lines!
By the way, if you want to have lessons with your friends that will be great.
Me encantaría ayudarte a aprender español!
Originally from Germany and a native German speaker I have lived in NYC for the past 12 years. I am fluent in both German and English and have always been passionate about sharing my language knowledge with people. In college I had my first opportunity to tutor in German and have enjoyed it since! My long-term goal is to become a teacher, but for the immediate future I'd like to continue my focus on helping other master the German language. My expertise really is in working with children and kids and teaching beginner German, but I feel comfortable in working with all ages and levels of experience.
Hello, dear students! I taught Russian in Central Asia and Ukraine, and now in Amerika. Let's create together projects for the study of the Russian language and keep a diary of our classes! These diaries in the nearest future will become bestsellers! )))
Sirena is currently attending NYU Steinhardt for songwriting and minoring in film at Tisch School of the Arts. Sirena is also a vocalist who has experience in teaching voice and songwriting for all ages. She loves to get to to know her students through activities, critiquing and guide them to reach their goals! She looks forward to meeting you!
Math and Spanish lessons in New York, NY.
I am a math PHD student in Courant Insititute of NYU. I am very good at Mathemtics. If you want me to tutor you, we can discuss further.