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Timothy K. ...I have given speeches at Harvard University and Tufts University on a variety of subjects and at conferences. I have organized conferences. I have coached people in person, over Skype video and over the phone on their public speaking skills.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Lexington, MA
Matthew K. ...Fortunately, as one of my favorite topics to teach, Pre-Calc is completely cataloged to me - I've taught each topic so many times that I know both the order and timeline in which topics progress, as well as the best way to teach each. In short, I'm an absolute expert with Pre-Calculus. Often included with Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry is a challenging topic for many reasons.
17 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, geometry
Needham, MA
Andrew F. ...Calculus is a highly practical branch of mathematics with many applications in the natural sciences, economics, and engineering. The good news is that it's not as difficult as it may seem - at least not basic single-variable calculus. I can help you overcome any obstacles you may have with respect to differentiation, integration, and any of their numerous applications.
38 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, elementary math, ACT Math
Newton, MA
Grace M. ...Many moons ago when I took my SATs I received a 1600 (out of 1600 as it was those years ago). I love to teach and believe that any child can learn math and science with the right person. I do not take on very many students at a time as I like to offer my students personalized attention over th...
16 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Brookline, MA
Amir B. ...My goal while tutoring students is to prioritize understanding where facts come from, as opposed to memorization. I think this is crucial because mindless memorization will not help a student when they encounter a nontrivial problem. To fully understand a concept, a student needs to appreciate how it follows from and relates to other concepts he/she already understands.
28 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
Cambridge, MA

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