...I will only tutor Exams P/1 and FM/2 (Probability and Financial Math). Linear Algebra was a class I really enjoyed as an undergraduate. One of the reasons I really liked the courses (two rigorous semesters resulting in solid A's) was that I had an excellent professor. He's an individual who taught me much about excellence as an educator, and tutoring LA is a fond reminder of that.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I am currently pursuing my Master of Science degree at Boston University School of Medicine. My academic background is in anthropology and biology. In high school, I started by tutoring younger kids and helping them prep for exams.
Allston, MAView Tutor
...I have experience tutoring children in elementary math and am certified to teach mathematics in Massachusetts grades 5-8. I also have experience tutoring children in basic reading, writing, spelling, and handwriting skills. I successfully passed Level I of the CFA Exam in June, 2012 and passed Level II of the CFA Exam in June, 2013, each on the first try.
Newton, MAView Tutor
...Algebra goes down much easier if there's a solid prealgebra foundation in graphing, ratios, and exponents. Also important to be developed is the ability to read a word problem and translate it into mathematical terms. I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an algebra course.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...So, the teaching method should be adjusted according to the student level. And the student should be evaluated before the tutoring begins. Any way, whatever the student level, teaching is fun, exiting and fascinating when tutors eager to teach are connected to students eager to learn.
Brockton, MAView Tutor