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...I enjoy helping students develop the knowledge, skills, and concepts to understand the world of chemistry and to succeed in their classes, exams, and careers. I have a bachelor?s degree in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a master?s degree in Education from the Boston ...

...She focuses on practical applications and teaching critical thinking skills. She can break down the most complex problems into simple steps and explain topics clearly. She has experience teaching students of all abilities and she has many different skills to teach each curriculum topic in many different ways.

...I am also able to tutor various examination preparations, including the SATII Physics, SAT I and II Mathematics, the AP Physics "B" Examintion, the AP Physics "C" Examination (Mechanics and/or Electricity/Magnetism), the AP Calculus Levels "AB" and "BC", the MCAT (**physics** sections only) and the G...

I have a PhD in Physics from Tufts University (2006). My main occupation is teaching undergraduate Physics at local colleges. On occasion I tutor college or high school students in **physics**. I like helping students one on one; my approach is direct and interactive.

...I have been enjoying every minute of it. I consider myself personable and down to earth, and I have always received positive feedback from my students. Physics is often viewed as memorizing a myriad of distinct equations, but understanding where these equations come from, what they mean, and why we use them is ultimately the key to solving different problems.

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