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Ryan D. ...I earned my MBA, as well as my BS from Southern New Hampshire University. I have received professional training in tutoring strategies from the University of New Hampshire. The Center of Academic Enrichment, at the University, provided this professional training.
32 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, chemistry, writing
Allston, MA
Steven S. I've been tutoring math to high-school and middle-school students in the Canton, Dedham, Sharon, Norwood and Stoughton area for ten years. I've tutored nearly all the students I've worked with for many years, and I've also frequently tutored their brothers and sisters - also for many years. I enjo...
11 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, precalculus
Canton, MA
Catherine H. My passion for education started at a young age when I was routinely seen with my nose in a book. I returned to school last year for a Master's in Social Work and will be completing my degree this May. I am currently an honors student in my graduate school program as well as a member of the Student Leadership Council.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Braintree, MA
Robert Z. ...Not only does it lay the foundation for more advanced courses, it also teaches the student how to take real-life problems and translate them into the language of mathematics where they can be solved by some simple manipulations. I tutor all secondary level math subjects, and always seem to have ...
26 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, physics
Andover, MA
Grace M. ...If you would like any references please don't be afraid to ask!I have been tutoring Algebra for almost 15 years! I have developed tons of tricks to get through even the trickiest of problems and have no problem teaching them to your child. With Algebra the most mistakes are made by skipping steps, so a systematic approach is often best!
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Brookline, MA

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