RachelI'm Rachel, and I attended Hamilton College for my bachelor's degree in history. I'm currently a New York University law student. I scored well on the LSAT, and I'm excited to help students learn the techniques and test content they can use to maximize their score.
Hamilton College - Bachelor in Arts, History
New York University - Juris Doctor, Legal Studies
Graduate Test Prep
LSAT Analytical Reasoning
PatrickI became a tutor when I started working at my college, teaching students in an after-school program. Helping young people gain valuable skills proved to be life-changing for me, and I realized I wanted to continue working as a tutor. Math and science are my main passions, and I help students in the following subjects: business, college economics, macroeconomics and microeconomics, both regular and AP classes, statistics, and getting ready for the GRE. I have my bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Delaware. I am currently earning my graduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where I'm majoring in Economics. In my free time, I love to be in the great outdoors. I also like to cook and enjoy going to concerts.
University of Delaware - Bachelors, Mathematics & Economics
University of Pennsylvania - Current Grad Student, Economics
Statistics Graduate Level
JoshuaI earned my associate degree in Criminal Justice from the CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College. My belief when it comes to students is that no student is bad, and there is no such thing as a lost cause. Any student can be successful. Sometimes it takes a dedicated professional to find out what the barrier is and help the student overcome it. Because each student learns differently, I work to adjust my instruction style to match each individual student's needs. I'm available to tutor a number of classes such as math, Spanish, and a variety of social studies topics such as history, geography, and political science. My hobbies include reading and hiking.
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College - Associates, Criminal Justice