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I earned a degree in Computer Engineering from Polytechnic University / NYU and I am now working on a masters degree in Data Analytics. I have been tutoring a variety of subjects since I was in H.S. My specialties are any level of mathematics, high school and college physics, and programming in C, C++ and Python.
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Laptop (Linux for programming lessons)
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* Any level of mathematics, up to college-level Calc II
* High school and college physics
ACT, ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Science, ACT Test Prep, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Elementary Math, English, ESL, Essay Writing, GED Test Prep, Geometry, GMAT, GRE, Language, LSAT, Math, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Word, Music Theory, Phonics, Pre Algebra, PSAT, QuickBooks, Reading, SAT, Saxophone, Spelling, Test Prep, TOEFL, Trigonometry, Writing
Dear Parents and Students,
May I be a personal tutor for you or your child? I have been successfully tutoring for over 12 years. I have some glowing letters of recommendation, and among the highest ratings in this region. I graduated with honors, Summa Cum Laude from Case Western Reserve University, where I made the Dean's List. I also earned a Provost Academic Scholarship for my excellent test scores, including 34 in ACT mathematics and 780 in SAT mathematics.
In addition to teaching for Cleveland schools, I currently teach 20 private sessions each week, 1st through 12th grade, as well as college students and business professionals. I have also served on the faculty at Cuyahoga Community College.
I am patient, friendly and many students tell me that I explain concepts more effectively than their teachers. I am available weekdays or weekends, days or nights, throughout the entire year. Best of all, my rates are cheaper than many tutors, and for your convenience, I can drive directly to you. I would be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding my experience and teaching methods. While it should go without saying, I have a clean background that has been verified by the FBI and BCI.
I appreciate your time and consideration and look forward to being at your service!
My subjects include:
Standardized Tests: ACT, SAT, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, ASVAB, GED, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC
Mathematics: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-algebra, elementary
English: grammar, vocabulary, spelling, reading, writing, listening, speaking, pronunciation, ESL, ESOL
Research Papers: editing, proofreading, outlining, analyzing, citations
Computer: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, QuickBooks
Special Needs: ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger's, study skills
Music: theory, ear training, sight singing, improvisation, saxophone
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Microsoft Windows and Macintosh Laptops
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Microsoft Windows and Macintosh Laptops
Over 30 years college teaching as Adjunct Professor at several colleges
(appointments in: Computer Science; Math & Statistics; Physics; Business & Technology)
* Over 20 years private tutoring for High School Regents, AP, and college subjects - including mathematics (algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, statistics, etc.), physical sciences (physics, chemistry, earth science), computer science & programming, etc., plus geography, history, economics, and writing.
* Over 10 years of test-prep teaching and tutoring - SAT/PSAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT. (Trained and certified by both Kaplan and Princeton Review.)
* Curriculum developer and/or trainer for numerous employee training programs, as well as for vocational exams such as GED, ASVAB, Civil Service, Teacher Certification (NYSTCE), etc.
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Computer programming in most languages, including C/C++, Java, Perl, etc. as well as Fortran, Visual Basic, Pascal, and assembler.
Writing, grammar, editing, proofreading & rewrite, English communication skills, radio broadcasting & public speaking.
School science projects and robotics.
Math & science enrichment/motivation programs for young children.
ACT English, ACT Reading, American Literature, AP English, AP English Literature, Economics, ESL, GMAT, Grammar, GRE, History, Language, LSAT, Macroeconomics, MCAT, Microsoft Access, Philosophy, PSAT, Reading, SAT, Spelling, SSAT, Study Skills, Test Prep, TOEFL, Vocabulary, Writing
I train individuals in meeting their academic and career goals by providing a teaching environment through the highest quality of elementary, theoretical, practical, and professional instruction. Supporting academic organizations in maintaining a successful, efficient, and ethical operation within the community.
I am a Rutgers University graduate who provides individualized instruction to university or professional communities. I am a proficient academic writer who enjoys giving feedback to other writers, especially on wide issues such as developing an argument and organizing ideas. I contribute to student's academic experience in substantial and meaningful ways. I can guide students in refining reasoning skills and writing skills.
ACT, ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Science, ACT Test Prep, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Discrete Math, Elementary Math, GED Test Prep, GMAT, Grammar, GRE, Linear Algebra, Math, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, PSAT, SAT, SSAT, Study Skills, Test Prep, TOEFL, Trigonometry, Vocabulary
Teaching and tutoring has been my calling from early in life. It started with tutoring my friends, up to when I was hired through my high school Calculus class to tutor 10th grade Geometry students.
Since then, I've taught GRE, ACT and SAT prep and I've been a classroom mathematics teacher (from 7th grade to 12th grade) for almost a decade.
I have two specialties that make me fairly unique in the domain of Mathematics and Test Prep teaching and tutoring: First, I help students to understand the topic on a much deeper and more interesting level, by connecting it to related topics and skills, providing historical background, and elaborating on how it's been used and how it's currently used. This makes the material much more interesting, and, hence, much more likely to be recalled it in the future, than when it is taught the standard way.
Secondly, I am well aware of the role test-anxiety and self-doubt plays in the lack of success of some students, so I put a lot of emphasis on the emotional and psychological component of learning and test-taking. With a bachelor's degree in Psychology, I have tools to apply that help students to overcome the debilitating affects of test anxiety, self-doubt, and fear of failure.
Beyond this, I am very personable and can connect with most any student that I teach. I love to help students to learn, and that is readily evident to my students. Some students are intimidated by teachers or tutors who don't know how to connect with the students on a personal level, or how to break things down in a way that makes sense to the student, but that's where I truly excel. Instead of simply repeating myself and wondering why a students doesn't understand a challenging concept, I work to grasp where the breakdown occurs, and then build up from what they do already understand. Through this, I have had unparalleled success throughout my teaching experience, whether it is Math specifically, or Test Prep more generally.
Working with me will not only provide you nearly immediate success, but the effects will carry over well into the future. My teaching is a lifetime investment.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you to overcome your challenges to reach your greatest potential.
Accompaniment, ACT, ACT Math, ACT Test Prep, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Arithmetic, Audition Prep, Basic Math, Calculus, Choir, Classical Piano, Composition, Discrete Math, Ear Training, Elementary Math, GED Test Prep, Geometry, GMAT, GRE, Math, Music Performance, Music Theory, Piano, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, PSAT, SAT, Songwriting, SSAT, Stage Performance, Test Prep, Trigonometry
Bachelor of Music, The Juilliard School - piano performance
Master of Music, Manhattan School of Music - music technology & piano performance
Bachelor of Science, CUNY - applied mathematics
Hailed a "little Mozart" by The New York Times in his early youth, David A. started early career as a classical piano celebrity. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree at the Juilliard School of Music in 2005, majoring in piano performance. There he won some important music prizes, including Contemporary Honors Recital Award and a first prize at Chopin Piano Concerto Competition, the latter giving him a debut performance of Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Juilliard Symphony. David subsequently performed various piano concertos in Long Island areas with similar youth orchestras. In 2007, he enrolled at Manhattan School of Music, from which he graduated with a Master's degree in Piano Performance two years later. There he won the first prize at annual Eisenberg-Fried Piano Concerto Competition, which granted him a subsequent performance of Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the MSM Symphony. David has performed solo and chamber music in many important concert venues such as Merkin Hall, Juilliard Paul Hall, MSM Borden Auditorium, Tilles Center, Steinway Hall, Lincoln Center Library, Alice Tully Hall (Lincoln Center), Peter Sharp Juilliard Theater, Jordan Hall, Miller Hall, Mozarteum, and Trinity Church. His performances were critically acclaimed twice by The New York Times, and were also praised by local New York magazines. His music performances were also highly commended by the German "Die Woche" newspaper.
David has been actively teaching on a private basis throughout his musical studies. He has worked as a piano teacher at many important private music companies of NYC, and participated in numerous piano teacher workshops as well. Teaching and communicating his skills have now become his sole priority. He instills artistry and stage confidence in his music students, and not simply their ability to play or read music. Successful stage presence is a crucial part of music-making - it inspires creativity and boosts personal self-esteem.
Aside from piano, David enriched his natural talent with academics and mathematical studies. His particular interest in Mathematics and Applied Sciences gradually increased as he entered his teens. After graduating with a Master's Degree in Piano Performance, he went on to pursue studies in Applied Mathematics, and subsequently received an Undergraduate Science degree in this concentration. He has also tutored a great number of students in Standardized Test Prep and Mathematics (up to Calculus) throughout his academic years. Since completing his second undergraduate degree, he has been actively tutoring on a regular basis. The Math College Entrance Exams he covers include SAT, ISEE, ACT, GED, GRE, GMAT, and REGENTS, among other major exams containing math and quantitative sections. David's teaching method includes handling each client with careful attention and making sure to achieve their lesson satisfaction through detailed observation of strengths and weaknesses in any given field.
As more and more people pursue advanced degrees, a bachelorâs degree from a four-year college may only be worth what a high school diploma was in the past. Many jobs now require an advanced degree and, regardless of the path you choose, youâll still need to take the GMAT to get into a good graduate school.
The GMAT. or Graduate Management Admission Test, contains an Analytical Writing Section, a Quantitative Section, and a Verbal Section, and if you're not familiar with the exam's structure, you can find yourself easily challenged and often frustrated. While you can attempt to take the exam without GMAT prep tutoring by employing books, pre-tests and educational materials you find online, you may still find yourself struggling to master the skills necessary to tackle the
test. This is where the benefits of a TakeLessons tutor come in.
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