I am available seven days a week, and generally from 10 AM to 8 PM
My rates vary according to what subject I am being called upon to tutor; and session length (60 minutes, 75 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes)
Queens College:BA, summa cum laude
CUNY Graduate Center: PhD Candidate Sociology, Graduate course work,30+ accumulated credits
Fordham University: Graduate course work in education, 15 accumulated credits
ongoing professional developement coursework, workshops, and conferences.
I work with failing students, low-performing students, and those students who seek enrichment and advancement. My caseload includes students of all ages, including adults re-entering the marketplace, seeking a new career or job, and those wishing to advance themselves through course work or preparing for certification or licensure.
Subjects: Arithmetic, Pre-algebra, Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Statistics and Probability, Reading, and Writing, which includes grammar.
Comprehensive and Customized Standardized Test Preparation: Regents, SAT, SAT subject tests, ACT, and GRE
Creating a successful tutor-student relationship is key to a successful outcome.
I build trust. Trust is the conduit to confidence and growth. I create an environment that enables the student to feel comfortable taking small risks, experiment with techniques, and comfortably talk about whatever is unclear or confusing.
I go beyond mastery of content. Under my tutelage the student's learning, thinking, and test-taking skills will develop and grow, thereby accelerating their progress.
I guide and support the student in defining realistic goals, creating and mapping a plan in order to achieve said goals, resulting in positive, tangible outcomes.