...Fortunately, I'm here to be the navigator that knows exactly how curriculums progress and what your instructor wants you to be able to do. Geometry is quite different than most kinds of math, which can make it a welcome relief or a frustration. In my experience, there is not a very strong correlation between a student's success in Algebra and a student's success in Geometry.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I was in the UK from 2009-2013 (just moved back!) while completing my doctorate at Oxford University. During that time have seen my students win places at Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College, Harvard and Stanford. I am now back in Boston working as an adjunct professor within the Physics department of Boston University.
Brookline, MAView Tutor
...In this case, I guide his/her thinking, providing feedback but never answers. This is a method that my piano teacher used when we worked on shaping musical phrases. He asked me to look for "clues", such as harmony, and decide for myself how a phrase should go, while responding to my ideas.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...My success there earned me a fellowship that provided me with an opportunity to teach at a local high school. I thoroughly enjoyed working with students, and as a result became involved with tutoring as well. After graduation from Ohio State, I moved to the Boston area to work at a pharmaceutical company.
Boston, MAView Tutor
...When I taught at a Catholic middle school, I helped eighth-graders prepare for these tests. The students were happy with their actual test results, and every student was accepted by a Catholic high school. I have experience teaching with a tutoring service all levels of the ISEE.
Warren, RIView Tutor