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Grace M. ...I have developed tons of tricks to get through even the trickiest of problems and have no problem teaching them to your child. With Algebra the most mistakes are made by skipping steps, so a systematic approach is often best! I have been tutoring Algebra for almost 15 years!
16 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, algebra 1
$125.00/hr
Brookline, MA
Kathryn S. ...My approach is to make sure students understand the fundamentals while providing them with a supportive atmosphere to facilitate learning. I have worked with several students on advanced algebra concepts, both for classwork and for test prep. In particular, I have helped students with concepts such as matrices, functions and rational equations.
26 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, GRE
$150.00/hr
Wellesley Hills, MA
Ellen C. ...Students whom I have tutored in the ISEE have been admitted to the Boston exam schools and to the private schools of their choice. I provide test-taking strategies, math/English content instruction and confidence-building. I am a certified teacher, have taught hundreds of students, and they benefit from my experience.
6 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, elementary (k-6th), prealgebra
$80.00/hr
West Roxbury, MA
Matt L. ...Most tutors aren't truly qualified to teach calculus because they don't have the depth of understanding that comes from having a mathematics degree. I help my students acquire real mastery by fitting the specific topics they study into a bigger picture. I earned a 5 on the AP Chemistry exam in ...
29 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, English, calculus
$150.00/hr
Boston, MA
Peter L. ...I learned Perl from the first edition of Larry Wall's camel book "Programming Perl." Thirty years later, I continue to write Perl scripts to manage software builds and releases. As a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard in the early 90s, I wrote a lot of the glue-code for our protein folding research group, and all of the glue was in Perl. I've also written a Perl-based java-to-c++ translator.
28 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, algebra 1
$65.00/hr
Cambridge, MA

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