Shannon C. - $65.00/hr - Worcester, MA - View Shannon C. >>

...Please inquire!I tutor algebra I and II for high school and college students. My personal work requires extensive use of algebra and other formulaic math. My personal weakness in algebra is matrices - I'm proficient with them, but I'm not very found of them, as most problems you would solve with matrices can be solved with other, much easier algebra operations. (read more)
**67 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Reading,
English,
Physics

Jon P. - $70.00/hr - Waban, MA - View Jon P. >>

...I'll paint a picture of the subject that connects with what you already know and lets you master those sticking points and move on. It's important to me that not only will you be able to do better in class today and tomorrow, but that you'll also see the whole picture more clearly and be able to... (read more)
**21 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Reading,
English,
Chemistry

Jean Marie G. - $120.00/hr - Lexington, MA - View Jean Marie G. >>

...I graduated with honors from Fairfield University with a math degree and education minor. I also hold a Master's degree in math from Boston College. I was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award at BC and the Teaching Inclusion Award from BHS.I have over 5 years SAT tutoring and teaching experience. (read more)
**8 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Algebra 2

Rachel Q. - $40.00/hr - Worcester, MA - View Rachel Q. >>

...While I spend most of my day teaching science, I've worked with students to raise grades in math and improve writing skills (including for college entrance essays). Producing a successful public radio show about American history gave me a love for the topic and experience making it come to life f... (read more)
**22 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
English,
Reading,
French

Kate C. - $250.00/hr - Watertown, MA - View Kate C. >>

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line. (read more)
**23 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Chemistry,
Biology,
Calculus

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