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 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.
I graduated from West Chester University in 2019 with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation, I landed a job at a math tutoring center, where I tutor children in grades K-12. These tutoring services include, homework help, one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, etc. When I'm not tutoring, I'm usually busy with graduate school at Temple University, where I am seeking a degree in Secondary Mathematics Education.
If you or your child needs help with math homework or needs additional lessons, feel free to reach out to me. I'm usually available throughout the week, weekends, Holidays, etc.
The best way to reach me is via email:
Please allow up to 24 hours for me to respond to your email/ request. In the email please include you (or the child's name), grade, and what subject of math they are requesting help for, i.e Algebra, multiplying fractions, etc. I plan to run these services online for the time being due to the current situation of COVID-19. That being said, please specify in the email if you (or the student) would like to communicate over email, zoom, or google hangout, etc.
I'll tell you what, the first TWO lessons/sessions will be free! Additional rates may apply.
If you have any additional questions/concerns please don't hesitate to reach out to me!
Thank you and stay safe!
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 a native Arabic and a proficient French speaker with a good experience in teaching languages. I would like to help you learn either or both languages in a fun way.
If you are interested, feel free to contact me.
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!
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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!
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Hello! I recently graduated from Towson University. I have 4 years of tutoring experience thus far. Two of those years I worked in a tutoring center helping students from kindergarten to 5th grade work on their reading and writing skills. I mentored at a middle school for a year helping 7th and 8th graders with homework help after school. I recently completed my year long internship where I taught middle school half of the time and high school the other half. My aspiration is to teach others how to succeed and look at the world through multiple lenses. History is told through the story teller. History is only true through that person's lense. I strive to teach my students to remain curious and always question. I provide my students with comprehension skills and writing. History and English parallel with one another. Reading, writing, listening, and questioning are all skills that students need to achieve to be college and career ready. If you would like to know more feel free to contact me. :)
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Hello, I am mirella. I am Italian and I have moved from Italy to the US a few years ago. I live in Baltimore and I also lived in Bologna and London. In Italy I used to be a tenured high school World History teacher. When I moved here I become licensed to teach Social Studies in the united states, and I also thought that it would be fun to teach Italian to English speakers. I have become an excellent teacher of conversational Italian. I now have many students whom I teach in school and privately, in person and on-line. I have put together my own material, which has proven to be an efficient tool to support conversational topics with exercises and a little grammar.
I have become a licensed teacher in the US, ACTFL certified, and trained to teach Italian for AP Exam preparation. I am also familiar with SAT Italian, as well as CILS and CELI certifications. I am comfortable teaching all levels, from beginners to proficient. I look forward to meeting you, Ciao!
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My intellectual curiosity, love of learning, and desire to positively impact the lives of others ultimately lead me into the field of education. I believe that the purpose of education is to equip an individual with the necessary tools to problem solve, effectively communicate, and think critically. The quality of education that children receive in their early years is pivotal to their development and success later in life.
I am currently working as a Kindergarten teacher in an inclusive classroom for Baltimore City Public Schools. I hold two Maryland Educator Certificates, in Elementary Education and Special Education. In May 2016, I completed the Master of Arts in Teaching program at Johns Hopkins University. I also have experience working with students with Autism and other special needs.
I believe that as a teacher, I contribute to the development of dynamic and engaging learning environments for students. I look forward to working with your child/student!
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Hi! I'm Lauren and I will be a high school junior in the fall. I have a passion for teaching and working with children. I also take a number of AP and honors classes in school.
I am currently offering tutoring sessions online and in-person. In person sessions will have some restrictions, though, due to COVID-19. You can come to me, or I can come to you!
I also have plenty of experience with children. Including-
-YMCA Junior Camp Counselor
-Child Development Class: Students involved with the class get the opportunity to create and teach lessons to preschoolers.
-Classroom Volunteer: I volunteered in an elementary school classroom daily after school during the 2019-2020 school year. I assisted during their math period.
-Reading Buddies: At my local library, I was involved with a program in which I met with a third grader weekly to practice reading and writing skills.
-Nursery Attendant: I worked in a church nursery alongside my sister where we supervised children during the church service.
I would love to work with your child, and I'd love to hear from you soon! Please reach out with any questions or concerns! Thank you!
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Hi again! I just wanted to let you get to know a little about me. My previous experience with children started with my younger brother who is now 15. He opened the world to me helping other students with their school work. In 2010, I volunteered at a local Jewish Sunday school working with children ages 5 through 12. I was an assistant teacher for two years. After that, I started volunteering at a camp that was dedicated towards children who are along the Autism Spectrum. Spring 2015 I was an intern at Jemicy Lower school which focuses on working with childrne who have learning disabilities like dyslexia. I loved working with children. In 2015 after I graduated from high school, I went to Frostburg State University and went for a degree in early childhood education. Since then I have obtained a cosmetology license from Robert Paul Academy, and graduated from the Community College of Baltimore County with my Associates degree. I have been accepted into Stevenson University to obtain a degree in Finance. I love working with students and doing math. During this pandemic I have graduated, and am currently helping my 10th grade younger brother with his school work. I want to take the time I have available and help others in need.