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Waltham, MA Trigonometry Tutors

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Ellen S.
...Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holding you back from doing your best? Would you like to ace that entrance exam?
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35 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, English, writing
Ellen S.
$70.00/hr
Waltham, MA
Sharon F.
...In my many years as a homeroom teacher and advisor, I have gained extensive experience in helping students develop effective study skills and organizational strategies.I have the expertise to tutor elementary students (K-6th). I have 12+ years of experience teaching students in grades 4-6. My sp...
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13 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 2, SAT math
Sharon F.
$75.00/hr
Framingham, MA
John H.
...I am a patient and encouraging teacher, and am used to helping students who are struggling in a subject that, besides being inherently difficult, does not come naturally to them. My work as a high school teacher in particular has given me a rare opportunity to develop a pedagogy suited for strug...
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9 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, geometry
John H.
$60.00/hr
Brighton, MA
Vikram K.
...At every step, I ensure that elementary math concepts are learnt through understanding. I completed a top 2-5% score in verbal and math sections of the GRE. The high score led to admission to reputed master's degree program in mechanical engineering.
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14 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, precalculus
Vikram K.
$50.00/hr
Chestnut Hill, MA
Nicolas I.
...This means working through a particular problem and then testing them with a new problem that is very similar to the one we just learned. If the student is able to work through the second problem by themselves, then they probably have a good grasp on this patter and we can move on. If not, we work through some more examples until it becomes second nature to the student.
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21 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, writing, statistics
Nicolas I.
$40.00/hr
Somerville, MA
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