...I enjoyed this experience very much, not just because I was working in the subject I love, but also because this age group has strong enthusiasm for life. After teaching, my next job was as a cryptographic mathematician at the National Security Agency. NSA has the best mathematicians in the United States if not the world.
Sudbury, MAView Tutor
...I have also tutored physics 1 and 2 and other electrical engineering classes like electromagnetics, signals and systems, and circuit analysis. I have also privately tutored an individual taking a pre-algebra and algebra in online classes. I have a wide knowledge in math from basic skills in ratios, percents, and fractions to complex calculus and differential equations at the college level.
Allston, MAView Tutor
...Algebra 2, in most high schools, follows the year where a student takes Geometry. For this reason, students often go a whole year or more without doing any Algebra, and the transition can leave a student worse for wear. One thing I excel at is recognizing and getting students in this category to remember the important aspects of Algebra that they might have forgotten.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I use those materials, along with my personal savvy about test-taking, to help improve students' scores. The overwhelming majority of my tutoring students are getting help with their math, so it is my particular strength for standardized test preparation. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) was completely overhauled recently.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...I am now back in Boston working as an adjunct professor within the Physics department of Boston University. Many moons ago when I took my SATs I received a 1600 (out of 1600 as it was those years ago). I love to teach and believe that any child can learn math and science with the right person....
Brookline, MAView Tutor