# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Somerville, MA

Nicholas ...to help you love it too (probably not as much as me). If I can't make you love it, I can at least teach you how to use it. There are many different ways to teach and learn math and I can find the right way for you. I have vast experience working with all types of students and subjects, and I know that I can find the right way for you!

Boston University - BS, Engineering

Cynthia I have tutored a range of subjects at the middle school and high school levels. I am currently a graduate student at MIT in a dual-Master's program (MBA + MS mechanical engineering). I worked in renewable energy and energy policy for several years after obtaining my bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. I enjoy rock climbing, running, and playing outside in all kinds of weather.

MIT - BS, Mechanical Engineering

MIT - MBA + MS, Business sand Engineering

Jim ...computer skills at a public computer center. In the past I have only tutored students in Geometry, but I am looking forward to tutoring in Algebra, Trigonometry, General Science and Physics. My approach is to listen to the student to find out where he or she is having difficulty and review homework and tests to address issues. I then look at what is ahead and help the student to understand what is coming up. During...

Lehigh University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Adam ...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 Computer Science. Outside of academia I am interested in basketball and music production.

Tufts University - BS, Civil Engineering

Kayla I am a very experienced high school and middle school teacher/tutor, as I have been tutoring or teaching in some capacity since August of 2010. I have always loved making personal connections with students and helping them make daunting studies (such as math or test preparation) more approachable. My favorite part of my job is empowering students to be more independent learners and helping them develop confidence in their abilities.

University of Minnesota - BS, Mathematics

Boston University - MAT, Mathematics Teaching

Ryan ...sectors. I studied computer science at Northeastern University and am personally enamored by its myriad uses, from algorithmic calculations to statistical analysis. In my experience, every student has the capacity to excel in any subject given the right method of approach. Any material can be captivating depending on its presentation and understanding its application to our daily lives and place in the world around us. I believe that successful tutoring happens when a dialogue takes...

Northeastern University - Bachelors, Computer Science

Ari ...such as abstract algebra, and can facilitate positive outcomes for quantitative components of the math sections of standardized tests including ACT, SAT, SAT and GRE. Tutorial efforts are not limited to those needing remedial tutoring. Supportive efforts targeting those seeking to maximize grades for advanced math courses are also within my repertoire. While proud of all personal academic, teaching and tutorial achievements, I am always most proud of student accomplishments. Thank you for considering me...

University of Rochester - Honors BA, Mathematics

Brian ...my B.S., also in Biomedical Engineering. During my tenure at Boston University I was responsible for teaching two undergraduate level engineering courses, requiring me to teach in both large classroom and one-on-one settings. I am most comfortable teaching quantitative sciences, although I also have experience teaching standardized tests and more qualitative subjects such as Biology or Chemistry. I am a born and raised Bostonian, having grown up in Reading, MA. I am a proud product...

Tufts University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering

Jean ...not decided to become a physician, I would have strongly considered becoming a teacher. Teaching is one of the most enjoyable activities I do, and I have taught in some capacity every year for the past ten years. I have taught subjects ranging from English to algebra, from physics to dance, and have taught students ranging in age from toddlers to adults. I have also provided advice on application essays, resumes, and interview strategies for...

Harvard College - BA, Sociology

Harvard Medical School - MD, Medicine

Aaron ...I study Development Economics and International Monetary Policy. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, and as an Actuary, and have a particular passion for teaching Mathematics. When tutoring I try to include visualizations and real world examples whenever I can so that it does not feel like a fruitless exercise. I help students reach their goals with a two-pronged approach: reinforcing and building upon strengths while targeting weaknesses. In my free time...

Michigan State University - BS, Mathematics

Tufts University - MA, International Studies