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Jon P. ...I began tutoring when my own kids were in school, first helping them, then working with friends’ children, then moving into doing part-time professional tutoring. Now I’m focused entirely on tutoring. As part of my work in software, I also spent years writing and editing documentation for non-technical readers, and training junior employees and Technical Writers.
21 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, ACT Math
$70.00/hr
Waban, MA
Dean L. ...If the student is weakest in the Verbal Reasoning section, then we will examine the question types that often appear in this section so he knows what details to look for in the reading passages. We will also learn a lot of new vocabulary. Having a good vocabulary foundation is a hard but trustworthy way to take someone's Verbal Reasoning score from great to excellent.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, biology, geometry, prealgebra
$60.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Henry D. ...I am more familiar with Brazilian Portuguese, but I am familiar with European Portuguese too. I also have a good understanding of the hurdles that a Spanish or English speaker will encounter while learning Portuguese. ItalianDue to my family background, I always have had a great interest in Italian language and culture.
14 Subjects: including elementary math, prealgebra, Spanish, grammar
$40.00/hr
Lawrence, MA
Chelsea H. ...I became interested in tutoring by helping my colleagues with their assignments. Although I didn't begin officially tutoring until this semester, I have spent a great deal of time meeting up with classmates outside of class to help them understand topics they struggled to understand. I am curre...
5 Subjects: including calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, MATLAB
$60.00/hr
North Chelmsford, MA
Roman C. ...I also have a Master's degree in Secondary Mathematics Education. Differential/Integral calculus was co-invented by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in the 17th century, but the ideas leading up to it trace back to the ancients who invented the "Method of Exhaustion". Either way, the goal was always to solve practical problems, especially in physics and other sciences.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$40.00/hr
Brookline, MA

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