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Greetings! I'm Tim H. and I have an enduring love for Latin grammar and literature and a thoroughgoing appreciation for English language and literature. I received a Ph.D. from Brown University in 2013 and have taught extensively at the university level since 2008 and recently participated in Brown University Summer@Brown program for motivated high school students.

...It takes seeing the concepts and understanding how the pieces fit together and how they apply to the problems you have to solve. When I work with you, we'll be able to see where you're stuck and I'll patiently help you over those humps. I'll paint a picture of the subject that connects with what you already know and lets you master those sticking points and move on.

...To ensure that students have a quiet and comfortable meeting space, I have a space for study sessions at the local public library. However, I am also happy to travel to another location if it is more convenient for the student. I look forward to hearing from you soon and helping you achieve suc...

...I am eager to help students attain their goals in math. I graduated with honors from Fairfield University with a math degree and education minor. I also hold a Master?s degree in math from Boston College.

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line.

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