Location: Bloomfield NJ USA
Tutoring and Homework Help
Prof Kevin N. of Bloomfield NJ USA Tutor Profile
Tutor Personal Information
Tutoring Style and/or Experience
I am available to tutor English, Reading, Writing, SAT Test Prep, and GRE Test Prep.
I have been an English Professor since I graduated from Rutgers University in 2006. I recieved both my BA and my MA in English and Literature/Philosophy from Rutgers. I graduated 1st in my class and maintained a 4.0 throughout college. I will be returning to school in the Fall of 2011 to obtain my PhD in English. I love teaching English and Literature, especially Greek Mythology. I have taught at Rutgers, Passaic County College, Seton Hall University, Essex County College, and Union County College. I teach a variety of English classes at many different levels, including remedial, college prep, honors, as well as Graduate courses.
My teaching style is very interactive, in-depth, and hands-on. I like to provide a lot of comments and suggestions on my students papers to ensure they fully understand the content. I work individually with many of my college students when they need additional help. I have been tutoring for over 10 years, I have tutored in English, Reading, SAT Test Prep, GRE Test Prep, Latin, and Ancient Greek.
My rates are negotiable and my schedule is very flexible.
Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability
|Junior High School, High School, College, Graduate
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
|Long Term or Open-Ended Tutoring Commitments.
|$40.00 to $80.00
|This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.
|More than 50
|English, Literature, and Philosophy
|Graduated 1st overall in GRADUATE Class of 2006 from Rutgers University
M. A. Thesis nominated for Rutgers Dissertation Award for 2006
“THE UNDERGROUND REVISITED: LIMINALITY AND CHAOS IN THE EVOLUTION OF THE UNDERGROUND IDENTITY”
Recipient of Rutgers Graduate School English Department
Award for “Highest Distinction in Literary Studies”
First person in Rutgers English Department history to come from within the department to teach a Graduate course without a PhD
Delivered original paper on the chaotic patterning and evolution of identity in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man at Temple
University’s Annual AYA African American Studies
Graduate Conference, 12th April 2009