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Ashley M. I graduated from University of Connecticut with a B.A.'s in English and Psychology and high honors. Currently, I am enrolled in graduate school at UMass Lowell to earn my Masters in Higher Education Administration. While I have tutored a wide range of subjects, my specialties include study and organizational skills, college application assistance, and general English.
18 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
$50.00/hr
Lexington, MA
Anton K. ...I have a PhD in experimental physics (Harvard). I have several students that I tutor in physics in high school, and elementary school, and I have also tutored and taught students in college and graduate school. I learned statistics through my PhD thesis in experimental physics to infer the accuracy of my measurement. I also used it to write papers for neuroscience.
47 Subjects: including reading, chemistry, calculus, writing
$100.00/hr
Winchester, MA
Alexandra L. ...I don't have a set "curriculum." I like to look at a student's writing and get a sense of his or her strengths and weaknesses. I aim to teach students how to write well-organized and compelling prose and to have fun while doing it.I have worked with students on their college and grad school admi...
12 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
$50.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Amiel B. ...My undergraduate degree is from Boston University where I majored in Ancient Greek and Latin. While attending Boston University, I worked as a writing tutor for the Core Curriculum Writing Program, and I also worked a languages tutor for the introductory levels of Ancient Greek and Latin. Additionally, I am a Writing Tutor for Boston University's CAS Core Curriculum Program.
13 Subjects: including reading, English, French, writing
$40.00/hr
Boston, MA
Kimberly H. ...This quick reference book is a good way for students to independently refer back to concepts taught instead of being provided the answers. The concepts are to encourage independence, to be responsible for own work, and assist in imprinting the information on the brain. The student takes this home and brings back during tutoring.
16 Subjects: including reading, writing, algebra 1, dyslexia
$45.00/hr
Dracut, MA

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