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...I focus on three questions: What does the student know? What they don't? and How to build on the first to strengthen the second? Subjects Tutored ? High School Level ? SAT/ACT Preparation ? Pre-algebra ? Algebra ? Trigonometry ? Geometry ? Precalculus ? Calculus ? Physics Subjects Taught ? Co...

...I am currently accepting students in Wellesley and the western side of Newton. I'm very accessible via e-mail, so feel free to reach out to me with questions before committing to a lesson.The first time learning Algebra is a potentially difficult process for many. Even students with historical success in math can be thrown off by the elevated work requirement needed to do well.

...As a Certified Special Education teacher, math is one of the areas to which I devote a majority of tutoring practice. Many special needs students struggle with prealgebra skills. I have developed extensive strategies and techniques for teaching these skills to students across a broad range of ability.

...I am very much aware of the challenges many students face in their early encounters with physics and mathematics, and work to build confidence as well as proficiency. Prior to my teaching career a lifelong interest in--and deep affection for--mathematics and physics led me to wonderful adventure...

...I studied math at MIT, and I've tutored ordinary and partial differential equations to math, physics, and engineering majors at Boston-area colleges for years. I can teach any topic in the undergraduate curriculum, including: -- systems of linear first-order ODEs -- differential operators and a...

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