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Peter N. ...I enjoyed this experience very much, not just because I was working in the subject I love, but also because this age group has strong enthusiasm for life. After teaching, my next job was as a cryptographic mathematician at the National Security Agency. NSA has the best mathematicians in the United States if not the world.
7 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Sudbury, MA
Cathryn C. ...I tutored engineering students for three years in college through volunteering at the engineering tutoring center. I have experience tutoring calculus 1, 2, and 3 as well as differential equations. I have also tutored physics 1 and 2 and other electrical engineering classes like electromagnetics, signals and systems, and circuit analysis.
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
Allston, MA
Matthew K. ...A thorough exploration of triangles and their applications to algebra and the coordinate plane are a detailed, intricate topic that looks great on a college application but is a challenge to truly understand and succeed at. I've taught the concepts of Trig countless times, and really enjoy shari...
17 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, algebra 2
Needham, MA
Grace M. ...I am now back in Boston working as an adjunct professor within the Physics department of Boston University. Many moons ago when I took my SATs I received a 1600 (out of 1600 as it was those years ago). I love to teach and believe that any child can learn math and science with the right person....
16 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, algebra 1
Brookline, MA
Amir B. ...My goal while tutoring students is to prioritize understanding where facts come from, as opposed to memorization. I think this is crucial because mindless memorization will not help a student when they encounter a nontrivial problem. To fully understand a concept, a student needs to appreciate how it follows from and relates to other concepts he/she already understands.
28 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, Spanish, biology
Cambridge, MA

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