Marc S. - $95.00/hr - Cambridge, MA - View Marc S. >>

...I received the Omega Chi Epsilon award for the outstanding chemical engineering senior at Penn State, and I won an NSF fellowship to attend MIT as a chemical engineering graduate student. Many students struggle with geometric proofs because the skills involved are unique to geometry and require ... (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Biology,
Calculus

Jon P. - $70.00/hr - Waban, MA - View Jon P. >>

...I help them put the whole subject together in a way that makes sense. I've worked with physics students at many levels, including high school students and college engineering majors. I studied physics at an honors level at Harvard, where I earned an Honors degree in Math. (read more)
**21 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
English

Jean Marie G. - $120.00/hr - Lexington, MA - View Jean Marie G. >>

...I graduated with honors from Fairfield University with a math degree and education minor. I also hold a Master's degree in math from Boston College. I was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award at BC and the Teaching Inclusion Award from BHS.I have over 5 years SAT tutoring and teaching experience. (read more)
**8 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Algebra 1

Amanda C. - $50.00/hr - Somerville, MA - View Amanda C. >>

...I am very familiar with and well practiced in trigonometric functions and their identities and usage. My love of chemistry goes back to when I was ten years old when I first learned about the elements and subatomic particles. The end goal has certainly changed over the years, from crime scene investigation to drug discovery and now to studying ice as it pertains to astronomical processes. (read more)
**4 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Astronomy,
Physical Science

Kate C. - $250.00/hr - Watertown, MA - View Kate C. >>

...A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line. Each of these students may appear to be doing very well or very poorly, and their real abilities and needs can be obscured. (read more)
**23 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Biology,
Calculus

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