...I've also toured throughout Europe, Argentina, and the U.S. as a professional bassoonist and received a fellowship to study with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C. I even have a small private studio of bassoon students. I have a wealth of interests and am interested in pursuing everything to the best of my abilities.
Brighton, MAView Tutor
...Since then, I have relocated to Exeter, and I am studying for the patent bar with intentions to attend law school in the near future. In college, I worked for the University of Arkansas tutoring students across multiple disciplines - including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. I enjoyed tutoring, and I was eventually named Lead Tutor for our tutoring center.
Exeter, NHView Tutor
...Fortunately, I'm here to be the navigator that knows exactly how curriculums progress and what your instructor wants you to be able to do. Geometry is quite different than most kinds of math, which can make it a welcome relief or a frustration. In my experience, there is not a very strong correlation between a student's success in Algebra and a student's success in Geometry.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I hold the NSCAA national youth diploma coaching badge, the NFHS soccer coaching credentials, the USSF "D" course, and have completed the equivalent to the KNVB CT-1 course. I have been coaching soccer since the fall of 1993, including 9 years as the head coach of the varsity girls soccer progra...
Westford, MAView Tutor
...I am patient, with a good sense of humor.Introductory Algebra is the most important math course most secondary students will take. Not only does it lay the foundation for more advanced courses, it also teaches the student how to take real-life problems and translate them into the language of mat...
Andover, MAView Tutor