### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Newton, MA

Hannah ...I was doing. I love teaching students of all levels, and I am excited to work with a broad range of students through Varsity Tutors. I want to become a high school teacher, but tutoring is something that is so unique in that you get to work with one student and learn their every strength and weakness. I look forward to working with any student who needs my help, and helping them to grow to...

William ...taking my prerequisite courses to get into graduate school, I worked part-time as a tutor for Upward Bound. My favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics, chemistry and biology. I firmly believe that in order for a class to be interesting, the teacher must be passionate about the subject. I’m very passionate about the natural sciences, mathematics and language. As your tutor, I hope to impart some of that passion to you. Hopefully, we have...

University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science

Carnegie Mellon Uniersity - Master of Science, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Alan ...After leaving that academic world, I was drawn to software engineering and started my own software consulting business, which I have run for many years. I found that tutoring my sons and daughters and other young people in math has been very rewarding and that my enthusiasm for math and science can be infectious. My approach to instruction is to determine quickly what issues prevent the student from understanding the material and to work in...

M.I.T. - BS, Materials Science

M.I.T. - PhD, Materials Science

Cody ...extensive college coursework in math, physics, chemistry, biology, and the humanities while also completing my high school education. After graduating I began my undergraduate education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, recently ranked by US News as the number one university in the country. At MIT I am pursuing a degree in mathematics. During this time I have acquired great experience in tutoring and teaching. I have a total of 8...

Massachusettes Institute of Technology - BS, Chemistry

Adam ...the way I do. I believe strongly that the student gains nothing from the tutor who does their work for them, so I go out of my way to make sure each student understands that grasping the concepts is much more important than solving the individual problems. Besides working with my siblings, I also have experience teaching swim lessons, volunteering in classrooms, and tutoring High School students. My favorite subjects to teach are Math and...

Tufts University - BS, Civil Engineering

Nick ...As a tutor, I have a passion for helping students overcome initial mental hurdles and progress. This requires having some fun with the material as a motive for practice, and with practice comes confidence. At Carleton College, where I received a B.A in Mathematics, I tutored students in Math, led introductory Spanish classes as a TA, and taught Rock Climbing classes as a hobby. Now, back in my hometown of Boston, I tutor students in...

Carleton College - BA, Mathematics

Andy ...areas including English and the physical sciences. I have been tutoring since high school and have experience working with all ages in a number of subjects. I have the most experience working with high school and middle school students in mathematics. My other teaching experiences include tutoring in English and computer skills in an ESOL classroom for refugees, as well as private and group violin instruction for children of all ages. I believe that Math...

Suffolk University - BS, Computer Science

Anthony ...After graduation, I worked as a derivatives trader for over a decade. I was fortunate to teach over a dozen classes in statistics, probability and decision making. Given my rigorous training in the sciences, my teaching philosophy revolves around optimization and iteration. I am a firm believer that different students learn in different ways. As a tutor, I believe it is my responsibility to develop a process specific to a student's strengths and weaknesses. My...

Swarthmore College - BA, Economics

Brandeis University - MS, Software Engineering

Kevin ...worked as a research fellow at California State University, Chico on the dynamics of long waves in various submerged shallow-water topographies. My work in this area has many physical applications, such as the construction of barriers along coastal regions to dampen the destructive potential of tsunamis. I will be conducting research at Texas A&M this summer. I have worked with a variety of students, ranging from early high-school to college-level. My main area of expertise...

Emory University - BS, BA, Mathematics and Economics

Christine ...in mathematics. I started tutoring in high school by teaching my peers after school and during our lunch breaks. I have a passion for helping others with their studies and accomplishing their aspirations. It's always an exciting experience to help other overcome obstacles and achieve their goals! I am also able to tutor in Mandarin Chinese. My hobbies are exploring the city of Boston, visiting historical landmarks and museums, and trying out new cuisines.

Northeastern University - Current Undergrad, Computer Science