### Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Providence, RI

Cory ...undergraduate work at Berry College, in Rome Georgia. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology focusing on Gender Studies. When I am not in school, I am tutoring! I started tutoring when I was 15, working with two elementary school kids; in kindergarten and 4th grade. I worked with them on everything from reading comprehension and counting to World History and long division. I learned how...

Berry College - BS, BA, Biochemistry, Sociology

Cheryl ...unofficial minor in Psychology. After graduation, in addition to working as a legal assistant and lawyer, I also spent ten years working as a tutor for SAT, SAT Subject tests, PSAT, SSAT, and general academics, primarily Math. I have since made a career transition to teaching and am currently licensed to teach Math and General Science at the middle school level. My favorite subjects have always been Math and Science, especially Biology and Chemistry. I...

Anthony I am currently a second year Biology undergraduate student at Northeastern University with a diverse foundation in science. For me, the study of medicine piques my curiosity, specifically cardiology and neurology- both of which I hope to pursue in the near future.... duplicate... I would get to know the studentニ_s strengths and weaknesses. I can then work towards polishing the strengths and fixing the weaknesses.... When tutoring, I not only teach the student about the subject matter, I teach them how to become a better learner.

Northeastern University - Current Undergrad, Biology

Eliza ...school, I worked as a classroom tutor in various Los Angeles high schools, tutoring a variety of subjects ranging from English to Physics. Of the subjects I taught, my favorite is definitely Math, and Algebra in particular. Because many students struggle with Algebra, I find it satisfying to help students understand concepts and build their foundation of knowledge. Working in classrooms was great, but I am excited to be able to work one-on-one with students...

Occidental College - BA, Urban and Environmental Policy

Eric ...the University of Delaware and obtained my M.S. degree in Inorganic Chemistry in 2012. While in graduate school I was a teaching assistant for two years for introduction to chemistry laboratories and really enjoyed teaching. I am looking to use my passion for Chemistry and teaching to help students excel. I recently took the MCAT exam and I am currently applying to medical school. I look forward to helping you or your child succeed in...

University of Notre Dame - BS, Chemistry

University of Delaware - MS, Inorganic Chemistry

Xiang ...of Texas. I have extensive background and experiences in several fields including Mathematics, Physics and Engineering. I am interested in sharing my knowledge with students, in helping them understand the subject and solving problems. I believe a good tutor can provide guidance, leading students through a thought process in solving problems. A good tutor will motivate the student to think and propose his or her own solutions and develop independent learning.

Nanjing University - Bachelors, Engineering

University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth - Masters, Engineering

Ari ...those seeking to maximize their potential. High school students needing remedial attention, and the motivation to improve their grades in geometry, algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus classes as well as the math component of SAT, ACT or AP exams would find my thoughtfulness, creativity, kindness and nonjudgmental individualized approaches highly effective. College students completing courses in calculus, abstract algebra or other math courses, as well as the math section of the GRE or other examinations...

University of Rochester - Honors BA, Mathematics

Adrian ...sophomore year of high school, and while I am now in consulting, I could not give it up. I have tutored students from sixth grade to college seniors, and I have always been commended for creating an approachable atmosphere that is not present in the student's classroom, which is in my opinion, the difference between a teacher and a tutor. I also pride myself on creating a lasting impression on the student. After all, if...

Johnny ...ever since I tutored math and physics. Despite extensive experience working in electronics communications, my most rewarding job has been teaching high school math in a summer program to prepare students for college. My practical experience in electronics as well as my background in Physics helps me to both understand and explain applications of mathematics. I am able to teach a wide range of both high school and college level math ranging from algebra and...

Rutgers University-Newark - Bachelors, Math/ Applied Physics

Lexy ...so naturally it is my favorite subject to tutor. In assisting students with writing at Boston Latin, I have found that some students have a natural turn for writing essays and need little more than encouragement and editing. With most students, however, writing is not a skill they can effortlessly pick up, and creativity is not instantly fluid. Bearing that in mind, I use a Socratic method to draw out ideas and key words and...

Boston College - BA, English, Secondary Education