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Jared G. ...I have been taught and consider it true, that if I can't explain a subject then I don't truly understand it. This fact has led me to work with and help other students throughout my education and to this day. I also believe that visualizing a problem makes it easier to solve and gives a greater ...
26 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, ACT English, algebra 1
$70.00/hr
Pepperell, MA
Anna J. ...I have presented before groups as large as 4,500, led courses, seminars and projects. I have thought a lot about the mechanism of developing a concept, presentation, talk and then how to deliver so everyone in the audience understands. Growing up I hated public speaking so I have a good sense o...
63 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, chemistry, physics
$125.00/hr
Concord, MA
Kate C. ...Each of these students may appear to be doing very well or very poorly, and their real abilities and needs can be obscured. My teaching background: I've been a private tutor since 2013. I have hundreds of hours experience with a wide variety of students in family and academic settings.
23 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
$200.00/hr
Watertown, MA
Jacky L. ...I especially enjoy teaching math and science, and have extensive experience in tutoring physics (mechanics and E&M), algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and calculus. I am also an SAT I/II tutor and can offer mentorship services for the college application process. I interview prospective students for MIT and have a strong sense of what top universities are looking for in their applicants.
18 Subjects: including prealgebra, physics, college counseling, mechanical engineering
$120.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Jack D. ...Prealgebra refers to problem solving which involves unknowns, but which does not require a student to actually know the methodology of algebra to solve the problem. Solutions are achieved through logic. Second and third graders solve prealgebraic problems when they are asked to identify the unknown in the equation 3 + Y = 5.
21 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, writing
$50.00/hr
Lunenburg, MA

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