...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. I'm have a strong background in science, history, and government, and a number of other strengths I'm happy to tutor in.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...I also graduated in the top half of my class at MIT in 2000. I have tutored dozens of students on the ACT and SAT - all sections. I recently took the May 2016 SAT exam and scored a 740 on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section (7-4-7 on the essay).I graduated in the top half of my class at MIT with a degree in mechanical engineering.
Needham Heights, MAView Tutor
...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
...In the last year, I have tutored several physics students at both the high school and college level. 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.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...But, at university level, instead of solving problems for the students, I'd rather lead, guide and teach them how to search for solutions themselves. So, the teaching method should be adjusted according to the student level. And the student should be evaluated before the tutoring begins.
Brockton, MAView Tutor