Jared G. - $70.00/hr - Pepperell, MA - View Jared G. >>

...I also believe that visualizing a problem makes it easier to solve and gives a greater understanding of the subject whether it is a single line, a geometric problem or even advanced physics or engineering situations. I make an effort to provide multiple ways to understand a problem and to determ... (read more)
**26 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Statistics

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

...I've been tutoring high school **geometry** since 2006, and I've helped write and edit several workbooks and the teacher editions of **geometry** textbooks. With this experience, I'm able to tailor our **geometry** sessions to your student's strengths and weaknesses. We'll find the methods of understanding **geometry** that work for your student. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Tobias D. - $80.00/hr - Waltham, MA - View Tobias D. >>

...I recently completed a course in Linear Algebra through the Harvard Extension School. I received an A in the course, which dealt with linear transformations, multi-dimensional sub-spaces, Eigen values, and linear differential equations. I have a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the Universi... (read more)
**10 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Calculus

Kara W. - $50.00/hr - Auburn, NH - View Kara W. >>

...I have my M.Ed in Elementary Education and a B.S. in Math Education. I am certified in the state of New Hampshire to teach elementary school (K-8). I scored an 800 on my math portion of my SATs. I have been through coursework as well as volunteer opportunities where I have worked directly with students in classroom settings, small groups, and one-on-one. (read more)
**10 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Reading,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

Kate C. - $175.00/hr - Watertown, MA - View Kate C. >>

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. 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. (read more)
**23 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Chemistry,
GRE,
Calculus

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