...When I tutor a student, the first thing I do is evaluate what piece of the foundation is missing. Every science and math concept is built upon the foundations laid last week, month, or year. Trying to teach a concept or technique without the right supports beneath is merely postponing the problem until later.
Foxboro, MAView Tutor
I am currently enrolled in Harvard after graduating Livingston High School in June of 2015 with exceptional grades. Since 9th grade I have tutored many students in my high school and middle school, and look forward to working with more students. My best and favorite subjects to tutor are math, science, and computer science, for any level, but I am qualified and enjoy tutoring all subjects.
Harvard, MAView Tutor
...I retired last June from a High School, and currently am tutoring students from China who wish to attend college/university here in the United States. I also am tutoring several students in AP Physics, as well as students taking Honors Physics. During my forty-two year academic career, students of my Honors 1 Physics classes have averaged 732 on the SATII Physics examination.
Newton Center, MAView Tutor
...I make sure my students understand both the how and why of precalculus because both are essential in this bride-type math course. I think precalculus can be a very fun course as well, because you finally get to see the power of mathematics in more advanced applications. I am a College Reading and Learning Association Certified tutor.
Framingham, MAView Tutor
...I have experience tutoring such a learning disabled son. I have experience with generalized learning disabled instruction involving reading interpretation and mathematics. I took Linear Algebra in college (theoretical and applied). I got an A-. I also minored in mathematics, and passed the actuarial exams that include linear algebra.
Westwood, MAView Tutor