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I've been tutoring math to high-school and middle-school students in the Canton, Dedham, Sharon, Norwood and Stoughton area for ten years. I've tutored nearly all the students I've worked with for many years, and I've also frequently tutored their brothers and sisters - also for many years. I enjo...

...I have tutored extensively under the large umbrella of math called "discrete math". I have specifically spent time with students (and peers) reviewing such subjects as Linear Algebra, Introductory Probability, Combinatorics, and other related topics (truth tables, set theory, graph theory, etc.)...

...David has tutored for multiple private companies where he has created significant positive results for his students. He helped Sarah, one of his former students, increase her score from 460 to 670 in 6 weeks by helping her overcome her fear of math and working on test day practices. Let's work ...

...I have fresh experiences in a high schooler's shoes, which helps me understand and offer the most effective preparation and tips. Often times math and science material is presented in a confusing and complicated manner, and I am here to offer easy and simple ways of approaching problems. Becaus...

...I received my Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2013 and shortly thereafter began work as a Research Chemist in a government lab. I am a knowledgeable chemist who has experience mentoring fellow students. I understand that chemistry often has the stigma of being a difficult subject but I know that I can provide the patience and the instruction to help students learn.

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