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Peter L. ...I am a computational scientist by training and practice. Perforce, I am a programmer with 20 years of experience in compiled/byte-compiled languages C, C++, Java, and several interpreted/scripting languages, e.g., Perl, bash, R and Javascript. I've worked in every aspect of programming from req...
28 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Cambridge, MA
Blythe C. ...Mathematics is a stepping stone, not just a frustrating high school class. I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum. I truly believe all students can and will succeed in mathematics, learning skills which will help them in their everyday lives and open doors to additional career possibilities.
29 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, GRE, trigonometry
Boston, MA
Hiroko T. ...I have a BS degree in Chemistry. I have found statistics very interesting since I first took a statistics course. I love to help students!
1 Subject: statistics
Wilmington, MA
Marissa B. ...This has taught me more ways to keep someone's attention. It is also extremely important for me to connect with and encourage students I am helping. My schedule is flexible and I am willing to meet during weekends.
35 Subjects: including statistics, English, Spanish, reading
Boston, MA
Chacha D. ...I graduated in June 2014 with a bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and focused in Business and Design from MIT. This Fall I will be starting a master's program at MIT called Integrated Design and Management through Sloan (the business school here). I have tutored kids as young as 9 and adults ...
25 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
Cambridge, MA

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