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Ryan Nicole M. ...Success in academics is very important at all levels and takes hard work, commitment, and time. I have two Bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Business Management and a Masters degree in Teaching. I work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) with outreach programs for K-12 students, working with faculty to plan academic enrichment programs.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, elementary (k-6th)
Auburn, MA
Andrew F. ...I have scored in the 99th percentile on standardized tests (all sections) and have many helpful test preparation strategies to share with those planning to take the SAT and GRE exams. My schedule is very flexible, and I'm available most weekends and some weekday afternoons and evenings. My styl...
38 Subjects: including geometry, SAT math, elementary math, econometrics
Newton, MA
Christopher J. ...Because of this wide range of grades, there are 3 levels of tests: Lower, for grades 5 and 6, Middle, for grades 7 and 8, and Upper, for grades 9 through 12. Because your child's results are scored and compared only with others entering the same grade, your child should not worry about encounter...
34 Subjects: including prealgebra, probability, discrete math, differential equations
Natick, MA
Robert Z. ...As a physics specialist, Physical Science comes easy. In addition, I have recent direct experience teaching Physical Science in public schools. I successfully completed long-term substitute assignments at the 8th grade level (8 weeks, Wilmington Middle) and 9th grade level (15 weeks, Andover High). The Graduate Management Assessment Test (GMAT) had a major change a couple of years ago.
26 Subjects: including SAT math, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
Andover, MA
Chris D. ...Geometry is the study and exploration of logic and visual reasoning. There are numerous tools and facts that you need to understand and then you build on them throughout the year. At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram.
23 Subjects: including discrete math, elementary math, linear algebra, logic
Wakefield, MA

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