Vadim Math And Computer Science Tutoring

Vadim Math And Computer Science Tutoring

5.0 (5)
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1 employee
3 years in business

About this tutor

I strive to go beyond having students just memorize answers to questions and learn patterns of how to answer questions of specific formats on tests. A student should not only learn enough to pass a class, but also explore the topic on their own.

I enjoy seeing the “Aha!” moment in people, the moment where the dots get connected, the moment when people say, “Oh this is actually really easy” when they came in not knowing how to approach a problem, the moment when they reach an insight on something that made no sense, the moment where it all clicks.

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San Jose, CA 95129
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5 Reviews


  • Preetika Ranu

    Vadim was very patient and extremely knowledgeable about the concepts in Math that my daughter (6th grade) needed help with. This was our first tutoring session with him and we look forward to many more with Vadim. He even helped my daughter with all her math homework.

  • Romina Menutti

    Impressive knowledge of the subject! We so recommend him to anyone who really needs to succeed.

  • Jessica Lee

    Vadim tutors my son for high school math, he is patient and details. It helps my son to understand some of the conceots they weren’t taught in the class room. My son will definitely continue the sessions.

  • Marcos

    My son Alex wants to become a programmer, but sometimes he is not brave enough accept new challenges. Trying to learn programming by himself caused him overwhelming, stress, and spending a lot of time searching how to do particular steps. So, I hired Vadim to guide Alex to help him get fundamental comprehension of the system of programming. Alex had Vadim's tutoring sessions every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from February 10, 2018 and learned a lot. Now every day, Alex studies programming, does Vadim's homework assignments, and writes programming code in order to resolve various problems. Recently, Alex has submitted his application to attend a Computer Science and Software Engineering program to the college that starts on April 9, 2018 because now he feels confident to complete it and get a diploma.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We establish what the student knows, what the student needs to know, and how the student learns most effectively, and work from there. There is no one-size-fits-all model for teaching, so once I take on a new student, I take the time to think about how we can best achieve his/her goals within the parameters I am given.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

In terms of education, I am a 3rd year university student majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Mathematics, so I have intimate knowledge in these areas.

As for training, I have mostly learnt from my experience tutoring dormmates, roommates, and random acquaintances from university with their course-work. I was also a summer camp volunteer once upon a time, giving me experience working with kids, though not towards the goal of learning.

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