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Jimmy N. ...For the past 4 years of working in the corporate world, I was a technical sales trainer and a technical project manager. Both corporate roles involved teaching and mentoring to a great extent, and then I realized that tutoring and mentoring in general were to be a key part of my life! My belief...
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, SAT math, French, trigonometry
Watertown, MA
William K. ...I have a B.A. in Math and Psych from Boston College. Later, I received a M.Ed. in Special Needs and taught Math in the Public Schools and Special Needs Private Schools. I have taught at the Community College Level and University Level (" Math for People Who Hate Math"). I have observed that students who have a LD problem or who do poorly in Math get discouraged and give up.
15 Subjects: including geometry, SAT math, algebra 1, prealgebra
Marshfield, MA
James W. ...Once your self-confidence increases, I think that you also will find that math can be fun and powerful. In addition to improving your math knowledge, I can help you achieve better results on homework, exams, and standardized tests by helping you with organization and time-management. I have a flexible schedule and can meet you at your convenience during days, evenings, or on weekends.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Boston, MA
Kerry D. ...I'm patient, friendly, and methodical, and also offer a flexible schedule I came to Boston to study in Organic Chemistry. I am currently employed as a Scientist working on DNA technology. I continue to tutor because I enjoy working with students and providing them with more real-life examples of science.I have a Ph.D. in organic chemistry.
10 Subjects: including algebra 2, linear algebra, algebra 1, precalculus
Brighton, MA
Robert L. ...When it comes to tutoring, I use a lot of examples and analogies to explain how and why something works. I find that repetition of the material is important, though it is not done excessively: this can definitely get pretty boring. I'm also very patient, which I find to be indispensable when trying to learn just about anything.
23 Subjects: including prealgebra, precalculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Providence, RI

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