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Matt L. ...I earned a perfect 800 on the SAT math section and have been helping students improve their scores for more than ten years. When I teach the subject, I emphasize two aspects: first, The Essential Facts (making sure my students know exactly what material the College Board likes to test, and how t...
37 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, English
$150.00/hr
Boston, MA
Blythe C. ...My experience at Boston University helped to support and develop many intuitive strategies from my previous teaching positions. Prior to moving to Boston to attend BU, I spent three years teaching mathematics in private schools. I worked for two years at a private all-girls boarding school in rural Virginia for two years, teaching all Algebra I and Algebra II classes at the school.
29 Subjects: including calculus, Spanish, writing, geometry
$70.00/hr
Boston, MA
Emma D. ...I taught linear algebra for MIT's high school summer program; I worked as a science instructor at the Newman School in Back Bay; and I have been tutoring BU, MIT, and NEU students for the last five years. Location I would be happy to meet you in a public space at your apartment. I could also reserve a quiet study room at an MIT library near the Kendall/MIT red line stop.
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, GRE
$90.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Robert A. ...We study the calculus of change and usually how things change over time. The calculus studied in calculus was begun by Eudoxus in ancient Egypt and culminated with the work of Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. We mostly use the ideas of Newton and the symbols and notation of Leibniz.
18 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Westwood, MA
Marc S. ...At MIT, I was a member of the biotechnology center as a graduate student. I also completed all the coursework required for a cell biology minor during my graduate schoolwork at MIT. Calculus is the most important mathematical tool for describing the real world.
21 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, writing, physics
$95.00/hr
Cambridge, MA

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