...Each student (tutee) has his or her own ideal learning style. My philosophy as a tutor is to accommodate my service to parallel the student's preferred learning style, to insure the most successful outcome. Students are expected to have a positive outlook on learning and a desire to be successful.I have a strong understanding of a multitude of business subjects. (read more)
...For instance, it can be used for figuring unknown distances to inaccessible places. Having taught physics for years, trigonometry has been a part of many of the activities. It is just one of the many secondary level math courses that I currently tutor. (read more)
I'm a fourth-year mechanical engineering student at Boston University. My interests include sustainable energy and aerospace design. I have a solid background in math and physics, and have tutored college-level students in both fields. (read more)
...Moreover, I received a Scholarship from Brandeis University: Global Leadership Award. My GMAT score was 700 (90th percentile).
My prior education and work experiences enable me to partner with students to help them fulfill their goals. Nonetheless, I am very much interested in private equity investing (small-sized companies), consultancy and in economic development. (read more)
...I also help students prepare for the SAT and/or the ACT. In the past four years, I have tutored over 100 students from Bedford, Lexington, Burlington, Concord, Woburn, and Wellesley. I've also taught several SAT boot camps. (read more)