In order to help you make the important decision concerning a tutor, let me give you a brief introduction: I have taught physics (from the college/honors levels to the AP levels (Mechanics/Electricity & Magnetism Level "C" with calculus and Level "B" without calculus) and mathematics (algebra 2; pr...
Newton Center, MAView Tutor
...But as I've taken 6 years of Latin in high school with 2 of those years being at the AP level (Vergil and Ovid) and then 1 semester of Latin in college, I was able to also add Latin to my subject offerings. There are many paths to learning the abstract syntax and concepts of any subject. Theref...
Belmont, MAView Tutor
...As a transitional subject, pre-calculus has two roles. It repeats some of the material from Algebra 2 but with some additional and more complex ideas. And it introduces entirely new concepts that the student has not seen that he/she will be assumed to know when entering calculus later in his or her education.
Waban, MAView Tutor
...The good news is that it's not as difficult as it may seem - at least not basic single-variable calculus. I can help you overcome any obstacles you may have with respect to differentiation, integration, and any of their numerous applications. I can also help with related problems of limits, infinite series, and numerical methods for solving basic calculus problems.
Newton, MAView Tutor
...As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, I taught physics (mechanics and electromagnetism) in several modes: a recitation instructor, teaching assistant, and tutor. As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, my specialty was astrophysics. I was also the teaching assistant for several planetary science classes.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor