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Matthew K. ...I've worked with dozens of students who endured Algebra for the first time, and I know what works and what doesn't. I'm a strong authority when it comes to getting my students to understand, in part because of my experience, and in part because I know the curriculum and common test practices very, very well. Algebra 2, in most high schools, follows the year where a student takes Geometry.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, statistics
$100.00/hr
Needham, MA
Eital S. ...I have over seven years experience tutoring students of all ages and learning styles and have found great satisfaction in helping students thrive. I scored 800 on math section of SAT and on math SAT II and a 5 on the AP CALC BC exam. I graduated from Brown University with a computer science GPA of 4.0.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, geometry, differential equations
$50.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Andrew F. ...Even if you aren't shooting for 800, the SAT math exam is definitely one where you can markedly improve your score with even just a limited amount of studying and practice. Fortunately, the SAT math exam covers a specific, well-defined set of topics, and tends to ask the same types of questions ...
43 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, physics
$80.00/hr
Newton, MA
Lisa I. ...My approach is to use various materials and try to relate the material to the student. I also value the importance of teaching learning strategies that can be applied across curriculum, so that students can have a toolbox of these strategies to help organize their thinking. I feel follow through with families is important and like to have an open communication system between sessions.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, GED, elementary (k-6th)
$50.00/hr
Marshfield, MA
Russell P. ...I have taken two linear algebra courses at the college level, and introductory course for physics/engineering/math majors at the 200 level, and an advanced, proof based course at the 500 level. I received A's in both classes. Linear algebra is the foundation of much of higher mathematics, like real analysis, so I get continued practice with this subject as I prepare for my math PhD.
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, physics, calculus
$70.00/hr
Harvard, MA

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