Well, each student is different. So, I don't really believe in "one solution fit all" approach. What I mean is, concepts are concepts. They are universal static facts proved by experiments until proved wrong. So, what really matters is delivery. How do you engage your student so that rather than looking at them as a burden they actually come to enjoy and appreciate their beauty and come to realize ways to quantify them. One of the reason of my success in my teaching enterprise back in US was my ability to adapt myself to each student's unique needs and communicate with them in a language which served them the best. I have been consistently able to put my students at ease and tailor my language of teaching in a way where they don't see concepts as a burden but rather enjoy understanding it.
I have grown up in a very competitive environment in India. This invariably required on my part to put an extra effort to stay ahead. I got admitted to the one the leading research colleges in India with scholarship followed by a fully funded Masters degree in Finance from Portugal sponsored by EU. I then joined as the Ph.D. fellow in Hungary but had to drop out because of personal reasons. All these milestones required on my part to prepare for competitive exams like IIT-JEE (much like SAT) (INDIA), GMAT (Portugal), GRE and TOEFL (Hungary) to score points which facilitated my admission to some great universities across the world. So, What I am implying is that I have a firm grasp on the fundamental /underlying concepts. I know how things work and why they work so. I am not someone who just believes in just applying the formula. I rather know the mechanics behind the formula and how they can be related to real-world examples.
I have taught over 1000 hours while maintaining a perfect 5 star rating in Florida, USA while I was there. Kindly see for your self what my American students have to say about the experience they had with me. (Link: (concealed information)
I have a full time job at one of the leading Canadian Financial institutions. So you see I am doing it because I really enjoy teaching and I am effortlessly good at it.
Kindly refer my US teaching public profile. Kindly scroll down to see comments/ feedback left by my students.
Pratik tutored me for the quantitative reasoning section of the GMAT in early 2020. If you’re willing to put in the work, he will give you the tools necessary to succeed in the quant section. My score helped me get into a Top 20 full-time MBA program in the US. Thanks again Pratik!
Pratik is an extremely patient and methodical teacher. His ability to clarify core concepts and simplify the most difficult topics makes him a unique tutor in the area of Mathematics, Physics and Finance. I have had the privilege of knowing Pratik for more than 7 years and he taught me GRE/GMAT level mathematics earning me a position in one of the top graduate schools. He has been a highly regarded tutor in the USA as well as India with exceptionally high rating on an online tutoring platform- wyzant. His exceptional mentoring skills, strong grasp on numbers, thorough teaching methods using real life examples has helped various of my friends in qualifying top tier examinations like SAT, GMAT etc. in the USA. I strongly recommend him to all those who are aiming to prepare for competitive exams, seeking for a firm hold in physics and Mathematics or looking for advancing their academic careers. He is a true gem to learn from on anyday.
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