...In addition, I have taught introductory physics courses at the college level. I am able to help students maximize their scores on both the SAT Physics Subject Examination and the AP Physics Examinations ("C" Mechanics/E+M) and (1/2).
My goal is to increase your achievement and actually enjoy physics! The MCAT is 1/3 biology, 1/3 chemistry, and 1/3 physics. (read more)
...My aim is always to allow pupils to progress at the pace which best suits them - to move forward swiftly when possible but to slow down and consolidate when that is necessary. Continual assessment of knowledge and understanding is the key - derived from observation and questioning. My emphasis is always on achieving deeper understanding. (read more)
...I was an applied math major in college and during that time I took 3 statistics classes. I am currently a bio statistician/data analyst at a hospital in Boston. Also, I taught high school math (pre-calculus and AP Calculus) for two years. (read more)
...I have worked as a course assistant for a freshman college calculus course, designing and implementing calculus curriculum. Moreover, I am currently a high school math teacher, so I have a lot of experience working with the young adult age group. I am available in the morning and afternoon in the summer, and am pretty flexible for scheduling--just drop me a line! (read more)
...I strive to understand the learning processes of each student to find the right balance of approaches for that student. Precalculus combines algebra with limits. Calculus has just two basic concepts: slopes of curved lines, and areas under curves. (read more)