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Ellen S. ...My tutoring work for the Lexington public school system for 14 years was run, for most of those years, by the Special Education department. As result, I have worked with students with all sorts of special circumstances: Dyslexia, ADD/ADHS, Hearing loss, various forms of judgmental and function d...
37 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, calculus
Waltham, MA
Finley S. ...I have previously taken the LSAT test and I scored in the top 2%. I have also helped friends study for the LSAT, and I have been commended for my strategic approach and informative explanations. I performed very well on my own GRE, especially the verbal section. I have previously tutored one student for the GRE and she improved her baseline scores by 100 points in each section.
45 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, writing
Newton Center, MA
Astrid M. ...From basic notes to chords and extensive flats and sharps, I can teach it and love it. I have a nostalgic passion for it and will continue to teach others until I am old. :) Public speaking in front of others is something I've done in high school (Model UN), college (class presentations and my thesis), and even in the professional world. I was hired as a consultant and public speaker.
30 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, English, biology
Somerville, MA
Alexis D. Science was always my most difficult subject. Starting out in school, I never thought I would end up working in radiation oncology research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, or develop a fervent passion for medicine. It was the extraordinary, devoted teachers that I had throughout my educational ca...
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, writing, biology
Boston, MA
Robert Z. ...Algebra goes down much easier if there's a solid prealgebra foundation in graphing, ratios, and exponents. Also important to be developed is the ability to read a word problem and translate it into mathematical terms. I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an algebra course.
35 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
Andover, MA

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