...I graduated from Dartmouth High School in 2014 with Honors and am currently on the Dean's List at Georgia Tech. Growing up in a house with both my parents as teachers, I have always had a strong connection with teaching and throughout my education I have always been involved in helping others learn. Throughout High School I tutored classmates in various Math and Sciences classes.
North Dartmouth, MAView Tutor
...Once I understand what concept a student needs to be taught or clarified, I devise a series of problems or logic steps that the student can solve in succession. Ultimately this will allow the student to start from a place of confidence and comprehension giving them a hands-on understanding as to why the new technique or theory works. If you're anxious to learn, I'm anxious to teach!
Foxboro, MAView Tutor
...Let me help you find the joy in geometry! Physics is the study of how matter and energy interacts with the universe. Introductory physics, mostly taught at the high school and college level, is what's called "classical mechanics" - the study of how big objects interact with one another, using concepts like forces, work, and momentum.
Seekonk, MAView Tutor
...It was my perfect score on the GRE's that helped get me into grad school, I've taught test prep classes in high school as well. What? My Ph.D. in Physics isn't enough?
Providence, RIView Tutor
...Too many kids get all the way to college, working their butts off but lacking the basic Math skills required to graduate from college with a major in anything. They all need to pass rudimentary Math classes, or no degree. I can help you when you are in college and also help before you get there.
Cranston, RIView Tutor