...I was part of the biotechnology process engineering center at MIT. I've tutored number theory since 2001. I also learned and used combinatorics and discrete probability theory in graduate school for research. (read more)
...I have a wealth of math knowledge as well as tons of experience working with a variety of students at all different ability levels. I am always up for a challenge! I look forward to getting to know each student and I can't wait to uncover their true potential.While teaching 10th grade Geometry, I continually implement Algebra I remediation in my classroom. (read more)
...Additionally, I wrote math content for the mobile apps Ready4SAT and Ready4ACT. I'm very familiar with the standardized tests and really enjoy helping students succeed with those exams! I understand the multiple stresses students are under, especially as they endure the college application process with all its demands. (read more)
...I graduated in 1999 from MIT with a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most recently, I completed my Master of Education degree at Harvard University. I have been teaching engineering courses at Northeastern University and tutoring math in Boston since 2006. (read more)
...I grew up in Woburn and I currently work in Lexington as a mechanical engineer doing research and development for the government. I live in the Davis Sq. area in Cambridge so I am quite comfortable traveling to surrounding cities and towns near Cambridge, Lexington, and Woburn.
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