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Ryan H.
...I have an undergraduate degree from Harvard University in Computer Science. Computer Science is the art/science of creating computer programs. There are a large number of topics, like networks, graphics, operating systems, data structures, databases, etc.
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19 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, SAT math
Ryan H.
$150.00/hr
Reading, MA
Christine L.
...I am a very good writer. I did well in college, and got a 5 on my AP English exam. I also write a lot for my career in insurance.
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90 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, English, reading
Christine L.
$150.00/hr
Westwood, MA
Jason D.
...I utilize my skills in these areas on a daily basis to conduct research in my discipline and am eager to share this knowledge with others as a tutor. I have extensive teaching experience through my graduate program, teaching intro astrophysics courses as well as a hands-on laboratory course in a...
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36 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, reading, English
Jason D.
$55.00/hr
Cambridge, MA
Deb B.
...I do not believe there are any ?C? students, only students who have not been taught in a way they can understand. Math, for example, is one of my strengths. I believe anyone, anyone, can learn math, internalize its concepts, and learn to appreciate its logical beauty.
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8 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
Deb B.
$50.00/hr
Framingham, MA
Richard P.
...In my experience, vocabulary is the most important factor limiting verbal scores on SAT reading. A tutor can most effectively improve students' vocabulary by explaining new words as they occur in spoken or written language and in verbal tests. I can recommend vocabulary-building lists, but students can most cost-effectively do this sort of work on their own.
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35 Subjects: including calculus, reading, English, physics
Richard P.
$85.00/hr
Arlington, MA
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