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Clark W. If you're looking for a tutor for chemistry, math, writing, or GRE or SAT prep, look no further! Since 2008 I've tutored high school and college students from a wide range of Boston-area schools. I'm familiar with a wide range of curricula but always take care to review a teacher or professor's specific approach prior to tutorial sessions so as to make the most of our time.
15 Subjects: including organic chemistry, nutrition, biochemistry, chemistry
$40.00/hr
Boston, MA
Richard S. ...I am also able to tutor various examination preparations, including the SATII Physics, SAT I and II Mathematics, the AP Physics "B" Examintion, the AP Physics "C" Examination (Mechanics and/or Electricity/Magnetism), the AP Calculus Levels "AB" and "BC", the MCAT (physics sections only) and the G...
8 Subjects: including chemistry, astronomy, physics, calculus
$60.00/hr
Sudbury, MA
Susan C. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree from Baylor University in 2008. I majored in Mathematics and also pursued minors in both Chemistry and Biology. In 2009, I became a graduate student at the University of Texas at Arlington.
11 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$70.00/hr
Lynn, MA
Edmond W. ...In China I used Chinese to help my students who were learning English. In college I also took many relevant courses in Chinese which adds up to a total of 3 years of study. I believe Chinese is the next global language and people who study it today will have a great advantage in the future in whatever they want to pursue.
9 Subjects: including genetics, biology, chemistry, Chinese
$50.00/hr
Somerville, MA
Richard P. ...I bring an "old school" background in grammar, including outlining ideas and diagramming sentences. While students need not learn this material, it helps me to explain subtle differences in meaning among different ways of expressing an idea. The most effective ways for students to improve English skills are to practice, to hear and read good English, and to learn formal rules.
35 Subjects: including mechanical engineering, physical science, ACT Science, physics
$85.00/hr
Arlington, MA

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