Computing Wisdom is a specialized math learning center. It is newly renovated with sound-proof and spacious classrooms having beautiful views of South Pool and Broadway. The location is close to a major transportation hub and in a very safe neighborhood.
The center offers 2nd–12th graders after-school and summer math programs, namely Competitive Math, Math Olympiad, and Test Prep. Instructions are conducted in both traditional in-person and virtual online classrooms. It also offers Private Tutoring for individuals and groups in math and test prep.
William Chau is the President of Computing Wisdom. He is a mathematics instructor/tutor with extensive classroom teaching and private tutoring experience in the areas of gifted math programs, math competitions, and admissions & standardized test prep in math.
William has an extensive educational background in STEM. He holds three master's degrees, namely M.S. in Operations Research from Columbia University, M.S. in Mathematics from Courant Institute at NYU, and M.S. in Computer Science from Stevens Tech, and two bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science/Mathematics and Electrical Engineering.
Some of the honors/accomplishments he received during his college and high school days include:
Top participant of the William Lowell Putnam Undergraduate Mathematical Competition (jointly USA & Canada)
First place in the New York City Interscholastic Mathematics League Competition, Senior B Division
Winner of the Wisconsin Mathematical, Engineering and Science Talent Search
Captain of his high school math team
99th percentile (170/170) on GRE Quantitative Reasoning
Susanna Wong is a mathematics instructor/tutor of Computing Wisdom. She graduated from Stony Brook University with a dual B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics & Statistics, and Economics. She has been exposed to teaching since high school. She enjoys teaching math above everything, always trying to push her students to their best while explaining to them clearly and patiently. She scored in the 99th percentile on the October 2019 SAT Math.
Fun fact: She owns a toy poodle who is, roughly speaking, 3 times as old as she is.