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Robert A. ...I have a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Hartford (W. Hartford Conn.). During my studies I concentrated much of my course work in computers. I have taken graduate coursework in computer engineering at Northeastern University.
16 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Medfield, MA
Christopher F. ...A’s with an Honors B.A., Magna Cum Laude. I've tutored high school students from Bedford, Lexington, Arlington, Melrose, Cambridge, Boston, and many other school districts in Massachusetts. I've also tutored college students from WPI, Tufts, BU, Northeastern, MIT, Suffolk, BC, Brandeis, Harvard, Wentworth, UMass, and many others Universities in and around Boston.
20 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, GRE
Somerville, MA
Jon P. ...What about test prep? I can help with basic SAT math, SAT Math 1/1c/2/2c subject tests, and ACT Math and Science. SATs and ACTs can be scary, especially the math and science tests.
21 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, English, reading
Waban, MA
Peter L. ...As a tutor, I liken calculus to parallel parking, or driving a car with a stick shift, or parallel parking in a car with a stick shift -- on a hill. That is, it can seem impossible at first, but any 15-year-old can learn how to do it, and after a fashion it becomes second nature. My teaching strategy for calculus is to focus on pattern recognition in problem solving.
28 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Cambridge, MA
Christopher J. ...Because our previous experiences have often been centered around and focused on ourselves, we try to understand physical events with the same point of view. However, in order to see the interconnectedness of physics, we need to divorce our point of view from ourselves, and look at physical events from an external point of view. This can be very difficult for some students.
34 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, statistics
Natick, MA

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