RohitMy name is Rohit, and I have over 10 years of experience tutoring students ranging in age from pre-K to college. I'm comfortable working with a variety of academic subjects, including all levels of Physics, Mathematics, and Chess. I also launched my own college admissions service in high school, where I helped my peers prepare their entrance essays as well as study up for the ACT and SAT. College gave me the opportunity to serve as a TA in Harvard University's Laboratory Electronics class. It was a very hands-on environment that helped me develop a teaching style strongly rooted in visual models. My students enjoyed it, rating me a 4.6 out of five when the semester was over. I then traveled to India to teach math and physics. It was very fun, especially when I started a robotics club using Lego Mindstorm kits and ultimately taught some students how to program in the C language. I believe that all students should work at their own pace, so I'll never try to move on before my pupil is ready. Let's embark on your learning journey together!
Harvard University - Bachelor in Arts, Physics
KunalYou do not graduate from school and stop learning. Learning is instead a lifelong journey in which we all continuously teach and learn from each other through a free exchange of ideas. I have been lucky to encounter more than my fair share of learning opportunities over my life, and I look forward to working as a tutor and allowing the process to continue. My greatest aptitude is in mathematics and business, making me a good tutor candidate for subjects such as Algebra II, Calculus, Microeconomics, and College Algebra. I am very excited to pass on the knowledge I have now, and even more excited to add to it by working with you!
Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Mathematics
AP Calculus AB
DariaMy philosophy as a tutor is to go into our first session with information regarding exactly where a student has been struggling. I also want to know what their preferred learning style is so that we can hit the ground running from the very first tutoring session. I graduated from Northwestern University with a bachelor's degree in psychology and from Rutgers University-New Brunswick with a master's degree in biomedical sciences. I am comfortable tutoring students in a variety of science related courses, including biology, biochemistry, and anatomy and physiology. I can also help students prepare for standardized tests, such as the MCAT, ACT, and SAT, among others. In my free time, I enjoy working out and reading.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Psychology
Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Master of Science, Biomedical Sciences
High School Chemistry
MCAT Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems