I'm a graduate of NYU, where I studied neuroscience and computer science. I've been tutoring since I was in high school, focusing on the STEM fields in particular. I've tutored everyone from high school students to older adult learners, those with a strong background in academia and those without, students who are looking to diversify their skill set and professionals looking to make a career change.
All my life I've had an unquenchable love of learning, and my ultimate goal is to kindle that same fire in my students. Passing a class or writing a program is a laudable, important goal, but if I can make you curious and excited about what comes next, then we've both truly succeeded.
As my students are my best publicists, I'll let them speak for themselves:
"I got a C on the first midterm. Thanks to your help before my test, I was able to get a 100 on the second midterm. Due to the almost 30 point improvement between exams, my professor decided to drop my first midterm grade and I ended the class with an A."
"You're definitely a great tutor, and you were very approachable; your advice about computer science was invaluable, and I plan to continue with the major."
"I really like working with you and find you very responsible, responsive and committed to quality work."