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John D. ...Given the amount of material, it is important for students to learn how to assess the importance of what they are reading and concentrate on the core issues, not the peripheral anecdotes. Physically, students need to organize their notes so that they are effective review tool. Six major topics are covered in each CFA exam so notes need to be legible, concise, meaningful, and organized.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, reading, physics
Woburn, MA
Dustin K. ...I will be attending Harvard Graduate School of Education starting in the Fall. My personal SAT score from high school is 2280 (800M/780CR/700W), and I also received an 800 on the Math II SAT Subject Test and 780 on the Biology SAT Subject Test. Along with general instruction of content and stra...
30 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, biology
Cambridge, MA
Ryan H. ...At the high school where I work, I have run a chess club for about 6 years. In the last 3 years we have upgraded to a chess team where we play different schools around the area. My rating, based on some online play, might be around 1500 give or take a 100 points.
19 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, physics, algebra 2
Reading, MA
Peter L. ...I asked him to confirm, "Yes, because nothing smooths the way for information transfer like trust, and nothing builds trust like candor, and nothing is more refreshingly candid than a simple answer to a simple question. Given all options, asking questions of a patient, responsive master-of-the-c...
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
Cambridge, MA
Chad D. I began tutoring Geometry when I was in high school, and since then have fallen in love with education. My teaching experience continued in college while attending College of the Holy Cross as a Psychology major. In the Honors Program, I developed a thesis that focused on applying a cognitive theory of how students learn to classroom instruction.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, writing, geometry
Somerville, MA

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