...I'm licensed to teach high school chemistry in Massachusetts.
*College general chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.
*Post-baccalaureate and professional chemistry including: pre-med students preparing for the MCAT, nurses completing their chemistry requirements, c... (read more)
...I have tutored everything from English and Spanish to Chemistry and Biology. I have even spent time tutoring ESL students. I have tutored both through school-based organizations and privately. (read more)
...I know what college professors expect incoming first-year students to have learned in high school. My academic background: I have a BA in Mathematics from Wesleyan University, and a Master's (ALM) in Natural Sciences from Harvard Extension School. I was a PhD candidate in Biology at Indiana Universtity before deciding that teaching, not research, is my true calling. (read more)
...You don't get into the best liberal arts college in the US with a low SAT score, and you don't get into two highly competitive graduate programs with a low GRE. The thing to remember about these tests is that they don't necessarily reflect your true academic ability--it's really ... (read more)
...I graduated in 1999 from MIT with a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most recently, I completed my Master of Education degree at Harvard University. I have been teaching engineering courses at Northeastern University and tutoring math in Boston since 2006. (read more)