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Steven S. ...I've tutored nearly all the students I've worked with for many years, and I've also frequently tutored their brothers and sisters - also for many years. I enjoy helping my students to understand and realize that they can not only do the work - they can do it well and they can understand what they're doing. My references will gladly provide details about their own experiences.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, Microsoft Excel, general computer
$60.00/hr
Canton, MA
Justin S. ...In addition to working as a private tutor, my primary line of work is a data analyst working with researchers from diverse disciplines. Accordingly, my clinical and research experience, combined with my educational background allows me to discuss material in the context of practical application. Typically I am available to schedule tutoring sessions everyday from 2pm-9pm.
4 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, psychology, music theory
$50.00/hr
Beverly, MA
Matthew K. ...In fact, if you are applying for a major that involves a good bit of writing (English, History, even Engineering!), a solid SAT Writing score can tip the scales in your favor. From the Essay to the multiple choice grammar, I can show you what to look for and which grammar rules are particularly important. Probability is a subject that I've worked closely with for a long time.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$100.00/hr
Needham, MA
Jason L. ...I hold the NSCAA national youth diploma coaching badge, the NFHS soccer coaching credentials, the USSF "D" course, and have completed the equivalent to the KNVB CT-1 course. I have been coaching soccer since the fall of 1993, including 9 years as the head coach of the varsity girls soccer progra...
50 Subjects: including precalculus, ACT Math, probability, discrete math
$60.00/hr
Westford, MA
Robert Z. ...That included a new course I designed with a math teacher that combined physics with pre-calculus, counting as two courses, meeting in back-to-back periods every day. 2. I was a physics major at Cornell. 3. After earning my masters degree in education, I took another 7 courses in Applied Mathematics, mostly in probability and statistics. 4.
30 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, chemistry
$70.00/hr
Andover, MA

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