...I have always had an aptitude and appreciation for mathematics. Having completed my degree in math I am now onto pursuing a Ph.D in sociology with an emphasis on quantitative methods. As part of this training I have undergone the doctoral level statistics track in the economics department to delve more deeply into stats concepts.
Walpole, MAView Tutor
I'm currently a masters student at the Harvard Kennedy School, and a concurrent medical student, graduating in May 2015. I'll be starting a residency in internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. I have experience tutoring throughout high school, college, and medical school, and excited to keep it up as I finish graduate school.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...There's a reason many students aren't required to take it unnecessarily or opt not to if possible. Much of it is less "here are the steps" like algebra tends to be, and more "analyze and try a few possible steps". It can be frustrating to sort through such a thick topic alone, especially one that requires mastery of nearly everything learned from grades 3-12.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...This can be very difficult for some students. I try very hard to help my students make this transition, and I find that when they are able to do this, physics often becomes very simple to them (excluding the mathematics, of course). I have found that we tend to gain new knowledge by comparing an...
Natick, MAView Tutor
...My broad academic background prepared me well to provide tutoring assistance for the SSAT. Like the SAT exam, it covers writing, math, and reading comprehension skills. However, the verbal section includes synonyms and analogies that are no longer used as part of the SAT, but with which I am very familiar from earlier versions.
Andover, MAView Tutor