Math, Stats, Physics, Coding Tutor

Math, Stats, Physics, Coding Tutor

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Patience, kindness, and compassion are the qualities my students have attributed to me as a teacher. Teaching is all about the journey you as a student will go through and I will be there for you every step of they way until you achieve your academic goals.

Helping you achieve your academic goals is why I love teaching. Over the years I've seen my students develop confidence, purpose and direction in their studies.


Hired 15 times
1 employee
8 years in business
Serves New York, NY
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    Maritz D.

    Nasser is very knowledgeable and patient when explaining a problem.
    Quick to respond to messages and very flexible if I want to schedule a session on short notice.
    I will definitely recommend him to anyone for math.
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    February 10, 2023
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    Olu O.

    Excellent so far. My son enjoys Nassers patience and clear communication.
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    November 06, 2022
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    Birgit G.

    My son liked working with Nasser. He is responsible, quick in replying and reliable. We will definitely keep Nasser in mind as our tutor for Physics and Math for the coming school year.
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    August 15, 2022
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    Lynn J.

    My son was initially resistant to getting a tutor. He was struggling on some quizzes and tests in his Honors Pre-Calculus class, and that was bringing his overall grade for the quarter quite low. Right off the bat, he enjoyed working with Nasser. He found Nasser easy to understand and the teaching accessible. His grades immediately started to improve, as did his morale and confidence surrounding the class. Nasser was able to explain things more clearly and in different ways than the class teacher. Ive found Nasser to be quick to respond to messages and very flexible if I want to schedule a session on short notice. I would highly recommend him for math tutoring.
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    May 08, 2022
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    Isabel V.

    This guy is the nicest and most patient when explaining a problem and he also works well with tight deadlines! This guy is your golden ticket to getting your homework done and learning how to do it.
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    April 18, 2022

    Julia N.

    Nasser is tutoring my daughter in Math and we are very happy with his services - he is very knowledgeable and can explain the material very well.
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    April 12, 2022

    Frequently asked questions

    I first identify the students learning style and adapt my teaching methods toward the student so each student receives a personalized experience. 

    I have a bachelors degree in mathematics and have industry experience as a teacher and data scientist. Over the years I have helped over a 100 students succeed in math, stats, physics and coding. 

    I am very flexible when it comes to pricing and I am willing to accommodate my students to make my services affordable for all. 

    Teaching has always been a life long passion of mine. I love the satisfaction of helping others achieve their goals. Patience, understanding and determination are important qualities when working with students and are characteristics I posses. 

    I have worked with all types of students from high school to the college and university level. I recognize every student has their own way of learning and I try to accommodate each student individually. 

    First, you have shown great initiative by looking for a tutor. It shows you are serious about learning and have a desire to succeed. I respect that. I want to be a part of your success. I will help you in any way that I can. 

    Does my child need a tutor?

    Students of all ages can benefit from tutoring—as young as kindergarten all the way up to grade 12. Children falling behind in class or simply not feeling stimulated enough are clear indicators that tutoring will be helpful. It may also be recommended by a teacher, child psychologist or other professional who works closely with your child. If your child is asking for help, this is a good sign they are motivated to learn.

    How does a tutor help?

    This answer will vary based on the goals for your child. It’s beneficial to articulate to the tutor what you are looking to accomplish, whether it’s support with homework and test preparation, essay writing, learning strategies or additional practice with reading, writing and numeracy skills. While the amount of time needed will be different for each learner, most providers have minimum requirements for online and in-person sessions.

    When is the best time to start?

    According to Ron Lancaster, professor emeritus in mathematics education at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, “It’s better to act earlier versus scrambling before a test. Earlier can mean obtaining help in younger grades or in the actual course. When students rely on memory alone versus understanding concepts, it’s game over. They may scrape through the test, but a month later they have forgotten it all. Working proactively with a tutor can help [students] build and retain knowledge.”

    What should I look for when hiring a tutor?

    There are many factors to consider, such as subject-matter expertise, teaching style, availability, rate, experience with the curriculum and professional background. This may lead you to a professional tutoring service specialized to find the right match and to monitor academic progress. Ultimately, it’s important to select an educator your child will relate to and enjoy learning with.

    Are there alternative extra-help options to consider?

    While tutoring with a qualified educator is helpful, there are other options that can be explored separately or combined. Additional sources of assistance include extra support offered by the teacher, peer tutors, study buddies, homework clubs and family members.

    Can tutoring help a child with a learning disability?

    Extra support is commonly recommended for students diagnosed with a learning disability and attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder. Tutoring can be helpful for students to develop strategies in time management, planning and organization, which are useful skills to master even for students who do not have a learning disability.

    What are reasonable and realistic expectations?

    Regardless of the student’s age and aspirations, there are no quick fixes. From my experience, the most productive and effective tutoring is consistent and provided a minimum of once per week. For the best results, students will also need to put in sufficient time to practice and study on their own. This is the recipe to see improvement in academic marks and an increase in self-confidence.

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