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Stella S. ...I am also pursuing a masters' degree (MS-Nutritional Epidemiology and MPH with a concentration in biostatistics and epidemiology) while here. This program is very science-oriented (I have taken numerous courses in Chemistry, Biology, Physiology, and Biochemistry) as well as statistics/epidemiolo...
15 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, biology, algebra 1
Boston, MA
Michael L. ...I would prefer to teach from the CollegeBoard curriculum since there are many resources available for teaching these courses but I am flexible and can design personal curricula for my students using a variety of established and well-known resources. In high school, I self-studied calculus, statistics, and linear algebra. I scored a 5 for both AP Calculus and AP Statistics.
15 Subjects: including statistics, English, chemistry, calculus
Boston, MA
Christopher B. ...If you are looking for an individual that enjoys the teaching process and assisting others in getting to that A-HA moment than look no further. Sometimes one just simply needs to look/think outside of the box. By this I mean that the methods of doing the math/statistics problems don't change, you just need to learn them in an approach that interests/makes sense to you.
13 Subjects: including statistics, reading, writing, algebra 1
Boston, MA
Pamela F. Hello! I am a Boston local and I recently graduated with a BSN in Nursing from Regis College. Working while completing the part time program was a challenge and now I want to help others through this challenge!
17 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, biology
Boston, MA
Zac D. ...I hope to work with students at the high school level and feel capable of helping in a wide variety of subjects. I would like to work one on one with students, but welcome the opportunity to work with groups of students if needed. The fundamentals of Economics rely on Calculus and Algebra.
43 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, algebra 1
Boston, MA

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