Tutor Mr Mitchell R. of Saddle Brook NJ USA tutors homework help in Computer, Math, Science
International Tutor outside USA

Location: Saddle Brook NJ USA

Tutoring and Homework Help

Expertise: Computer, Math, Science
Subjects: Computer Basics, Programming, Algebra, Basic Math, Calculus, Geometry, Logic, Middle School Math, Trigonometry

Mr Mitchell R. of Saddle Brook NJ USA Tutor Profile

Tutor Personal Information

Name: Mr Mitchell R.
Gender: Male   Age: 18-21
Tutoring Style and/or Experience

I first ask the people I tutor how they want to improve their performance and/or what material they want to cover. To ensure that I'm well-prepared, I thus prefer for the people I tutor to update me about what they want to cover before each session.
After this happens, I teach new material - primarily through problem sets. When they encounter troublesome problems, I help them along by explaining solutions and, when necessary, new concepts.

Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability

Grades Tutored: Pre-K / Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle School, High School
Days Available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Contract Availability: Short-Term Tutoring Commitments.
Tutoring Rates: $20.00 to $30.00
Sliding Scale: This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.

Tutor Background

Time Spent Tutoring: Less than a year
Students Tutored: Less than 10
Special/Focus Groups: Gifted/Talented
Educational Level: HS-Student
Major:
School: Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology
Awards relevant SAT scores:
SAT I math: 790
SAT II math level 2: 800
SAT II physics: 790
SAT II chemistry: 780

math/science-related awards/distinctions:
- March, 2006: first place in the category of physics and first alternate to the Liberty Science Center's 4-person Partners in Science summer research program at the North Jersey Regional Science Fair (NJRSF): investigated the non-ideal behavior of resonant sound waves propagated through an open-ended tube

- January - May, 2006: 10th in the state in the New Jersey Science League's (NJSL) physics I division (member of the second place team)

- 2004, 2006: American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) qualifier

- summer, 2005: Saltz Astrophysics Expedition Intern at the American Museum of Natural History's Rose Center Planetarium: explained concepts related to optics, kinematics, and electromagnetic radiation to museum visitors

- 2006: honorable mention in the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision competition

- 2004: honorable mention in the International Science and Technology Fair (ISTF) competition
Teacher Certification: No

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