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Chris W. ...I am confident that I can provide both effective tutoring and a comfortable learning environment!I am qualified to tutor statistics because my educational background includes extensive work in statistics and research methods. I have taken multiple statistics courses at the undergraduate level as...
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, statistics
Newmarket, NH
Julia B. ...During my last semester at Wheaton, I tutored sophomores in a local High School where I had the pleasure of making student's trigonometry studies a little easier, and their confidence a little higher, which is why I decided to go into teaching. The biggest thing I hope my future students walk aw...
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Winchester, MA
Andrew F. ...My schedule is very flexible, and I'm available most weekends and some weekday afternoons and evenings. My style of teaching and tutoring is structured but also friendly and conversational - I want to make sure you don't just memorize everything but that you actually understand the larger concep...
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, ESL/ESOL, physics
Newton, MA
Robert Z. ...The first ACT challenge is the English section. Improving passages with grammatical errors, problems with sentence structure, usage issues, or improper punctuation is a skill that can be mastered with practice. Slightly more difficult is the analysis of overall essay structure and rhetorical style.
26 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, physics
Andover, MA
Amir B. ...I have been playing piano for 15 years, composing music for over 8, and I am very adept in music theory. I have substantial experience in tutoring college and high school level mathematics, physics, and biology, and have also worked with younger kids. My goal while tutoring students is to prioritize understanding where facts come from, as opposed to memorization.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
Cambridge, MA

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