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Alison G. ...I received a 740 for the math portion of the SAT, a 770 in the SAT math level 2 subject test, and a 35 for both the math and science portions of the ACT. I have experience tutoring algebra I, geometry, and for the math SAT. As a tutor, I am able to help students with homework, identify and explain important concepts, and help with test preparation and studying.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, chemistry, physics
$30.00/hr
Sturbridge, MA
Deb B. ...I am also very good at teaching writing. I can teach the basics of grammar, spelling, and punctuation for the lower levels (K-5), and essay writing, critical analysis, and critical essays of the classics for upper level grades. Before I began a family I was in the actuarial field.
25 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, calculus
$50.00/hr
Framingham, MA
Siddhi K. ...In Massachusetts I am certified to teach Chemistry in high school and planning to join the teaching profession very soon. I like to interact with students. I provide clear and simple explanation of concepts which helps my students a lot.Hi everyone, I have keen interest in cooking Indian food.I...
13 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, geometry, biology
$45.00/hr
Northborough, MA
Frank C. ...Additionally, I weave the student's passions into everything that we do together -- for instance, a student I worked with to develop writing skills was an avid baseball fan, and so a large majority of all of our work together revolved around baseball as a subject matter. I would be happy to prov...
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, writing
$50.00/hr
Holden, MA
Vince M. ...I have experience explaining these strange numbers by describing these topics to students with real-life applications and meaningful graphs. For example, did you know that 'e' was first put to practical use over 400 years ago for accounting purposes? Or, that pi was discovered to be 'about' three (3), more than 5,000 years ago?
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Framingham, MA

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