...NSA has the best mathematicians in the United States if not the world. Not only was I learning from my colleagues, but I was able to make significant contributions to the state of the art in mathematics. After NSA, I became a systems engineer where I was able to apply my math skills across a broad spectrum of disciplines.
Sudbury, MAView Tutor
...I have no former experience, formally teaching but I'm confident I'll be able to help anyone who's willing to be taught. I am a Dean's Scholarship holder at UMass Amherst, and have done well in a number of competitive exams, ranging from the SAT and SAT Subject tests; to IIT engineering entrance...
Amherst, MAView Tutor
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Connecticut and I work here as a research assistant and a teacher assistant. I have tutored different subjects to students from middle school, high school and college. I believe the key to success for any student is that they enjoy the subject they are learning and this is the tutor's job to guarantee it.
Willington, CTView Tutor
...I take great pride in watching students who come to me struggling transform into confident and knowledgeable master's of their subject. Its the journey, and all that we learn together along the way that really makes me love teaching. We are going to work together to take the complex problems and break them down and apply fundamental mathematics to reach a solution.
Woburn, MAView Tutor
...I also scored a 5 on the AP Spanish exam. I greatly enjoy working with students in Spanish, not only to improve their grammar and speaking skills, but also to introduce them to Latin-American culture and discuss topics of interest. I am a physics major at Harvard entering my junior year.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor