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Tyler D. ...Ran software on Linux supercomputers on the San Diego supercomputer cluster to estimate transition states of high energy reactive intermediates. This required a great deal of Linux troubleshooting knowledge. I also have a been a Network Administrator at a local financial institution managing a mix of Windows and Linux workstations.
4 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, Linux, networking (computer)
$40.00/hr
Newmarket, NH
Dhivyaa T. ...I have a passion for architecture, culture, travel and teaching. I have visited more than 8 countries and lived in Dublin for almost 2 years- I understand the difficulties that comes with learning something new and getting trained to think differently. I'm a trained architect.
6 Subjects: including elementary science, Adobe Photoshop, handwriting, geography
$50.00/hr
Burlington, MA
Kelly T. ...I love helping students see how their learning relates to the real world with hands on learning and games. I also love to bring in music for students that can memorize lyrics and like music. I am excited to help students learn and have more confidence in themselves.I have tutored a high school student in algebra 1 as well as taught some algebra to students.
13 Subjects: including elementary science, reading, vocabulary, grammar
$45.00/hr
Tewksbury, MA
Laura H. ...My concern is not only to hone my students' skills in specific subjects, but to help them learn how to be students. Studying, test taking,time management, communicating with teachers -- these are not genetic inheritances, they are skills that can be learned. I have been teaching them with great success for more than two decades.
17 Subjects: including anthropology, reading, English, ACT Reading
$95.00/hr
Brookline, MA
Pamela H. ...It is necessary to write a thesis statement which is backed by specific supports with clear, interesting examples. The reader must be "hooked" into what is written and follow a logically presented rationale. The piece must avoid redundancy, irrelevant examples and vagueness.
33 Subjects: including PSAT, biology, elementary science, ACT Science
$75.00/hr
Lexington, MA

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