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Ajay Z. ...I was a professional, full time teacher for 4 years at Mary Institute and St Louis Country Day School, a very selective private school, where I taught 7th-12th grade math. I also am a graduate of Harvard (undergrad), so I do know a thing or two about how to study and prepare for exams! I am a g...
27 Subjects: including calculus, reading, writing, GRE
Brookline, MA
Olivier D. As the first person in my family to attend college, I understand how hard it can be for a student to succeed without help outside the classroom. Tutoring gives me the opportunity to shape the mindset of student and ease them into looking at certain subject in a different light. In doing so, they will come to appreciate and understand the subject better.
1 Subject: calculus
Stoughton, MA
Melissa L. ...I tested out of Calculus 1 and 2 at the collegiate level and completed Calculus 3, 4, and 5 at Northeastern University. I have taught precalculus concepts for The Princeton Review, Sylvan Learning Center, and The Classroom. My Bachelors degree is in Mathematics and my Masters is in Education.
51 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, ACT Math
Middleboro, MA
Mark K. ...I am a 1985 Magna Cum Laude graduate in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University located in Boston MA. In the past 30 years, I have worked in many of the fields in mechanical engineering with the Navy, Aerospace industry and private industry where I apply the education required in mechanical engineering. I have worked in design, analysis, R&D and computer programming.
8 Subjects: including calculus, English, physics, algebra 1
Holbrook, MA
Christopher J. ...Because our previous experiences have often been centered around and focused on ourselves, we try to understand physical events with the same point of view. However, in order to see the interconnectedness of physics, we need to divorce our point of view from ourselves, and look at physical events from an external point of view. This can be very difficult for some students.
34 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, statistics
Natick, MA

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