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World History tutors (History)


We found 12 tutors who specialize in that subject. Click on a tutor below to see the full profile.

Barbara Cortes

Barbara recently graduated from NYU, cum laude, with a major in Psychology, minor in Sociology and completed the pre-medical coursework. In high school, Barbara was an International Baccalaureate candidate and graduated top 1% of her class. Barbara teaches World History and the following subjects:

AP Exams: U.S. History
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Regents English, Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Languages: French, Spanish
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Calculus, Elementary Math, Geometry, Pre Calculus, Trigonometry
NYC Exams: City & State Exams
SAT Subject Tests: Physics
Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science (Elementary), Physics, Psychology

Chris Jacques

Chris, a 2008 graduate of Vassar College, has been working full-time as a tutor since 2010. Previously, Chris worked as an associate director for a college admissions advisory company, where he coached applicants on their college essay, advised applicants on college choice, and interviewed college admissions directors. Chris teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: ACT, SAT Math, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
AP Exams: Art History, English Language, English Literature, European History, Government and Politics, U.S. History, World History
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Regents English, Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Elementary Math, Geometry, Trigonometry
NYC Exams: City & State Exams, ISEE, SHSAT, SSAT
SAT Subject Tests: Literature, U.S. History, World History

Dennis Owrutsky

Dennis, who grew up in Baltimore, is a natural teacher: he has been tutoring since 8th grade. This experience pushed him intellectually and resulted in broad, diverse intellectual interests. Dennis teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: SAT Math, SAT Verbal Reasoning
AP Exams: Calculus AB, Statistics
College Admissions: College Essay
Computer Science: Python
Economics: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics
English: Reading, Regents English, Writing
GMAT: GMAT prep
GRE: GRE Prep
History: Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Calculus, Elementary Math, Geometry, Logic, Pre Calculus, Probability Theory, Trigonometry
Philosophy: Philosophy
SAT Subject Tests: Math Level 1, U.S. History

Lucia Appelquist

Lucia is studying for her MA at Columbia University in Global Thought. She is researching globalization and writing her Master’s thesis on bilingualism in education. Lucia teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: ACT, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
AP Exams: English Language, European History, Government and Politics, Psychology, U.S. History, World History
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Regents English, Writing
Geography: Geography, Geopolitics
GRE: GRE Prep
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Philosophy: Philosophy
SAT Subject Tests: Literature, U.S. History, World History
Science: anthropology, Psychology

Martin Carlino

Martin recently graduated from Harvard College, where he studied Government and worked for nearly three years as a peer tutor at the Bureau of Study Counsel. He has helped students with standardized test prep, essay writing, study habits, and tutoring in history, English, and many other subjects. Martin teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: ACT, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
AP Exams: English Language, English Literature, Government and Politics, U.S. History, World History
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Regents English, Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
SAT Subject Tests: U.S. History, World History

Melissa Bales

Melissa graduated as Salutatorian of her high school class in Long Island. She was also an Intel Talent Search Semifinalist for her scientific research on the diets of lemon sharks in the Bahamas. Melissa teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: SAT Math, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
AP Exams: U.S. History, World History
English: Writing
History: U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry
Philosophy: Philosophy

Nathan Saignes

Nathan is a third culture kid: he grew up in France, with an American mother, a French father and a German nanny. After completing his scientific baccalaureate with honors, he completed a highly selective, multidisciplinary humanities program widely regarded as the most difficult in France, studying French, English, German, modern and classical literature, Latin and ancient Greek, history, geography, and drama at Bachelor level. Nathan teaches World History and the following subjects:

English: Literature, Reading, Writing
Geography: Geography, Geopolitics
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, World History
Languages: French, German, Latin
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Calculus, Elementary Math, Geometry, Pre Calculus, Trigonometry
NYC Exams: SHSAT
Science: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics

Paula Delgado Kling

Paula, who grew up between Bogota, Colombia and Toronto, Canada, writes both fiction and non-fiction. At Brown University she received honors in Comparative Literature/French Civilizations, wrote her honors thesis on Spanish literature, and spent her junior year in Paris studying at La Sorbonne and Sciences Po. Paula teaches World History and the following subjects:

AP Exams: English Literature, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Regents English, Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, World History
Languages: Spanish
NYC Exams: ISEE, SHSAT, SSAT
SAT Subject Tests: Spanish

Randal Grant Kleiser

Randal is a first-year history Ph.D. Randal teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: SAT Math, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
AP Exams: European History, U.S. History, World History
History: Global Studies, U.S. History, World History
Languages: Portuguese, Spanish
SAT Subject Tests: U.S. History, World History

Sarah Stewart Chapin

Originally from Northern Virginia, Sarah attended public schools in Fairfax County and was an International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient and a National Merit Finalist in high school. She recently graduated from Yale with a degree in Theater Studies and a new appreciation for New Haven’s amazing pizza restaurants. Sarah teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: ACT, SAT Math, SAT Verbal Reasoning, SAT Writing
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Math: Algebra, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre Calculus
SAT Subject Tests: Literature, Math Level 1, Math Level 2

Simone Policano

Simone was born and raised on the West Side (read: Best Side) of New York City, where she crossed Central Park each morning for 13 years to attend Hunter College Elementary & High School. She headed to Yale for four years, acting in theatrical productions with the Yale Dramatic Association and performing in comedy shows with Yale’s premier sketch group “Red Hot Poker. Simone teaches World History and the following subjects:

ACT and SAT Prep: ACT
College Admissions: College Essay
English: Literature, Reading, Writing
History: Global Studies, Social Studies, U.S. History, U.S. History & Government, World History
Languages: Spanish
Math: Algebra, Elementary Math
Science: Biology

Susan Heuman

Susan Heuman is a PHD from Columbia University. She also earned an MA in History and a Certificate of the Russian Institute (Harriman Institute), where she is now a Visiting Scholar. Susan teaches World History and the following subjects:

AP Exams: World History
English: Writing
History: Holocaust Studies, World History