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Jaclyn S. ...I have gained a considerable amount of experience tutoring young math students through my work at tutoring centers and substitute teaching. I truly enjoy working with elementary students on math because I believe it is extremely important to help them build strong math skills so that later cours...
23 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Brighton, MA
Clark W. ...My major was chemistry; I took two semesters of physics, three semesters of math, three semesters of physical chemistry, two semesters of general chemistry, four semesters of organic chemistry, and one semester of biochemistry. So for any math, chemistry, biochemistry and physics on the MCAT, I'...
15 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, writing, geometry
Boston, MA
Ellen C. ...We repeat problems, ideas and practice through mastery, including good study skills. I know that all children can have success with math and internalize a positive, healthy idea that "I'm getting pretty good at this, and I even find this interesting." This is one of the most important attitudes...
9 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, SAT math
West Roxbury, MA
John L. ...As a programmer, I learned many software languages and honed my skills in computation, complex problem solving, and algorithm design. When I became a manager, I had the opportunity to develop solid one-on-one coaching, mentoring, and counseling skills. I found that I have a natural bent for explaining difficult concepts and for forming joint learning partnerships.
4 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, trigonometry
Arlington, MA
Amir B. ...I am a physics major at Harvard entering my junior year. I have received A grades in all of my physics and math courses, and have acquired a deep understanding of the material. I strongly believe it is important to question concepts in physics in order to understand them thoroughly--this is much more important (and interesting) than simply memorizing formulas.
28 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
Cambridge, MA

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