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Ryan D. ...I have received professional training in tutoring strategies from the University of New Hampshire. The Center of Academic Enrichment, at the University, provided this professional training. Skills that were acquired and are utilized include, but are not limited to: successful note taking method...
32 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, chemistry, writing
Allston, MA
Julia B. I am a recent Wheaton College (MA) graduate pursing a Master's of Arts in Teaching (MAT) at Simmons College and plan on teaching high school math upon graduating. During my last semester at Wheaton, I tutored sophomores in a local High School where I had the pleasure of making student's trigonometr...
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Winchester, MA
Andrew F. ...I have experience tutoring children in elementary math and am certified to teach mathematics in Massachusetts grades 5-8. I also have experience tutoring children in basic reading, writing, spelling, and handwriting skills. I successfully passed Level I of the CFA Exam in June, 2012 and passed Level II of the CFA Exam in June, 2013, each on the first try.
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, ESL/ESOL, physics
Newton, MA
Catherine H. ...I have been a bookworm since a young age and am still an avid reader (granted, often, I am reading textbooks and journal articles these days). I know how to break down readings as well as how to get at themes and metaphors within them. I have played golf since freshman year of highschool. As a freshman I was on the Junior Varsity team and my sophomore and junior years I was the Captain.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Braintree, MA
Grace M. ...Integrations and Differentiations are my favorite parts of math! I used to run a walk-in math center at a community college in upstate NY for students struggling with Pre-Calculus through Multi-Variable Calculus. Calc may be a bit confusing, but if you know the right tricks it can also be kinda fun...kind of like a giant math puzzle.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Brookline, MA

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