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Ellen S. ...Some have been on meds.; others not, some have been on school IEPs, some not, some have been high school students, others middle and elementary students. My tutoring work for the Lexington public school system, run for most of the years by the Special Education department, also dealt with many s...
37 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, calculus
Waltham, MA
Hilary M. I graduated from Brown University with a Ph.D. in Medical Science. I am also a Professor in Chemistry at Wheaton College. I majored in biochemistry and psychology as an undergraduate student at Wheaton College.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Providence, RI
Marc S. ...I also learned and used combinatorics and discrete probability theory in graduate school for research. However, I am not familiar with some topics in discrete mathematics such as information theory and graph theory. I was a GRE test-prep tutor at Kaplan.
21 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, writing, physics
Cambridge, MA
Charles Altidor P. I have been teaching all my life; it is a family tradition. While a teenager, I get hired by my aunt to teach French, Math and core subjects to my cousins. My father was a Math teacher for more than 50 years until his death in 2007.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, French, writing
Brockton, MA
Andrew F. ...In addition to my experience teaching at the high school level, I also have prior experience teaching at the college level - first as a TA in graduate school in Colorado and later as a TA at Harvard. In both cases I taught classes in physics and chemistry and helped students with their homework ...
37 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, GRE, statistics
Newton, MA

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