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Michael G. ...My education is a B.A. in Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Magna Cum Laude, from Cornell University. Graduate of Cornell in Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Magna Cum Laude, in 2014. Scored an "A" in all general chemistry classes, in addition to completing upper level organic, inorganic and physical chemistry coursework.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, algebra 2, GRE
Cambridge, MA
Lucretia C. ...My goal is to keep students challenged without overwhelming them. To ensure that students are gaining the most from each lesson, I regularly check for understanding after each new concept. I assign homework after every lesson, and provide periodic assessments and progress reports.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, ASVAB, GED, algebra 2
Lynn, MA
Kathryn S. ...I also make sure to explain math to students in a way that they understand the reasoning behind "why" we do certain things in math. This way they have an understanding beyond just plugging things into an equation. The ISEE is a test for admission to private schools.
26 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, English, writing
Wellesley Hills, MA
Jeff W. My background includes an Honors Degree in Mathematics from Northeastern University and about 10 years of tutoring experience with students ranging from third grade all the way through adults. In particular, I currently hold a math tutoring position at Balfour Academy, a program run by Northeastern...
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, prealgebra
Brookline, MA
John D. ...Given the amount of material, it is important for students to learn how to assess the importance of what they are reading and concentrate on the core issues, not the peripheral anecdotes. Physically, students need to organize their notes so that they are effective review tool. Six major topics are covered in each CFA exam so notes need to be legible, concise, meaningful, and organized.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, reading, physics
Woburn, MA

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