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Why does The Study Huddle offer tutoring for High School students?

High school courses are fast paced and rigorous. Sometimes students find it challenging to keep up with the curriculum and maintain a good grade. The proactive practice and the most effective way to tackle this situation is by taking summer classes and getting familiar with the courses ahead of the academic year. If your summer was hectic and you missed that opportunity the next best thing is to get the help from a tutor.  Our tutoring services during the school year are just meant for that.

Tutoring programs address the immediate need of the student, which is helping the student comprehend the topics that are challenging to them. It will also help keep up with the pace by navigating them through the homework, quizzes and tests. In addition, based on their lesson plan we try to cover topics ahead of school schedule as much as possible. Students also have a limited amount of time to finish their homework and prepare for quizzes and tests. A coach streamlined to address the student’s individual needs would be a good choice in such cases.

Which subjects do we offer our tutoring services for?

We offer tutoring for all Math and Science high school courses. Check above for details.

Who are our tutors?

Our tutors are highly qualified professionals, who have demonstrated strength in handling a wide range of questions from the students. They are experts in their field they teach and  include who are college professors, research assistants, scientists and ivy league students. They’re familiar with the school curriculum and are very comfortable with the flow of topics in each of the subjects.

What are your tutoring policies and how does one get started?

The student is charged for each 4-hour block.  Student meets with the tutor for a 10 minute initial call to understand the need and propose the recommended number of hours per month. Small group will only be tutored as a group and students are expected to meet on the agreed upon time.

Any cancellation require 24-hour notice. The Study Huddle reserve the right to charge a no-show or a late cancellation. The 4-hour block is valid for 3 months from the date of purchase. The card will be charged every month or every 4-hours whichever comes first.  A 10-day email notification is needed to stop the service. Send email to  thestudyhuddle@gmail.com . The Study Huddle reserves the right withhold any finance charged incurred in case of a refund.

Meet our Tutors

Cody Carr

Cody Carr

Cody is a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota studying astrophysics. His research area lies in theoretical astrophysics and galaxy formation. Cody is fascinated by how mathematics can be used to accurately describe and make predictions about phenomena we observe in the universe. He develops mathematical models to help astronomer’s interpret observations of galaxies. His dream job is to work in academia as a research professor.

Cody received my undergraduate degree from Kalamazoo College – a liberal arts school in southwest Michigan. He also holds masters degrees in both mathematics (University of Miami) and astrophysics (University of Minnesota).

Cody has many years of experience teaching math and physics at the university level and tutoring students at both the college and high school level. He enjoys the unique challenge of working with students one on one, getting to know them and training them to achieve their goals.

Courses:
All Math Courses, Honors Physics, AP Physics

Availability:
Weekday evenings  (Virtual)
Weekends (Virtual)

Krishna revur

Krishna Revur

Krishna Revur has a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from The Ohio State University and is currently working as a Systems Engineer for Northrop Grumman Corporation. He was born and brought up in Columbus, Ohio and recently moved to the Chicago-suburb area.

He volunteered in the North-South Foundation (NSF) as a middle-schooler/high-schooler. He worked at MathPlus Academy as a high-schooler and tutored through Varsity Tutors while doing undergrad. He loves sharing his knowledge with others and seeing them grow as students. He loves math and wants to help people excel at it as well. He enjoys playing cricket, tennis, and dance. He has been passionate about these hobbies as a young child and still embraces them today.

Courses:
All Math Courses,  
Honors & AP Physics

Availability:
Mon-Wed  (virtual)
Sunday mornings or late evenings (in-person/virtual)

 

Manu Sankar

Manu Sankar

Manu currently works as a scientist focused on Microbiology at Abbott Laboratories. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In the past Manu has worked as a scientist focused on Clinical Chemistry research.

Manu started tutoring students for math competitions when he was in 9th grade, after placing tenth in Mathcounts State level Competition. In high school he advanced from the AMC 10/12 to AIME all four years, and won several State level Team Competitions. He has 5+ years experience teaching high school math and chemistry.

In his free time, Manu enjoys working on and modifying his car, and going to the gym.

Courses: 
Honors Chemistry
All Math Courses up to Calculus AB
AMC8, AMC10/12 

Availability:
Weekdays after 8 PM (virtual)
Saturday 10AM – 3 PM (In-person/virtual)

 

Dr. Matthew Mills

Dr. Matthew Mills

Dr. Matt Mills holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Nebraska and has experience teaching at the university level. He is passionate about teaching and solving problems.

Matt believes students learn best when they are actively engaged and likes to give his students an opportunity to explore their intellectual curiosities. He also has several years experience with physics and computer programming. Matt also looks forward to mentoring younger students in math competitions. Apart from teaching and programming, he loves reading, playing board games, and spending time with his family.

Courses:
All Math Courses
AMC8 / Mathcounts 
AMC10 / 12 Preparation

Availability:
Monday & Wednesday after 7 PM (virtual)
Saturday 10AM – 3 PM (In-person)
Sunday 9AM – 11 AM (virtual)

Pranav Adeppalli

Pranav Addeppalli

Pranav is an undergraduate student at the University of Cambridge studying chemistry and material science.Throughout high school, Pranav took part in a variety of competitive coding and mathematics competitions that sparked his lifelong interest in learning and logical puzzles. As a tutor, he hopes to instill this passion in his students while also promoting their academic and personal growth.

Pranav takes an interest in scientific research and is currently working in a computational biochemistry lab. Outside of STEM, he enjoys playing competitive chess, reading philosophy, and longboarding. Furthermore, taking part in the American Society at Cambridge and having volunteered his time in hospitals and food shelters, Pranav loves to meet new people and step out of his comfort zone whenever possible!

Courses:
All Math Courses
AMC8 / Mathcounts 
Honors & AP Chemistry

Availability:
Weekends (Virtual)

Tyler Chen

Tyler Chen

Tyler is currently a Mathematics student at Dartmouth College, where he is having a blast at applying mathematics to immunology, as well as improving transportation networks. Having experienced math throughout college, he has experienced a wide array of different ways to teach math, and how effective each of these ways is in different subjects.

Tyler started tutoring students in math and science when he was in high school. In particular, he enjoys teaching competition math, chemistry, physics, statistics, and calculus. In his free time, Tyler does research in applied math, and does competitive sudoku with the hopes of qualifying for the U.S. national sudoku team.

Courses:
All Math Courses
AP Statistics

Availability:
Weekdays after 7 PM central (virtual)
Weekends (virtual)

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