Award-Winning GRE Tutors in Boston, MA
Monica "...I enjoy helping students acquire the skills that will allow them to express themselves clearly and fluidly. I take a similar approach to teaching reading, literature, and math. When working with students, I do all I can do demystify the process of learning a subject, working with them to uncover its inner logic and obtain the tools and knowledge they need to succeed as students. Finally, I think that learning is fun..."
Amin "...This may seem obvious but unfortunately sometimes the education system is not based on this key idea. I am here to help you implement this strategy, no matter what area we are going to study together. My favorite subjects to teach are: Chemistry, Math and Biology. My favorite exams to teach include: SAT Math, GRE Quantitative, GRE Chemistry, and the MCAT. In general, any exam related to any of my favorite 3 subjects..."
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Honey "... My research interests consist of exploring and implementing policy, particularly that of the Common Core State Standards. I have a vast amount of experience tutoring and instructing students in a multitude of subjects and grade levels. I truly enjoy aiding students of all ages and helping them through their academic journey. While an undergraduate student at the University of Southern California, I worked with the inner city schools in South Central Los Angeles..."
Robert "I currently work as a School Counselor in a local high school while also tutoring students around the Boston area. In what seems like a previous life, I worked as an Assistant Director of Admission at Brown University, my alma mater, reading applications, meeting students, and giving presentations across the country. I have also taught SAT Prep to students both individually and in classroom settings. My favorite color is blue and my favorite ice cream is cookies and cream.."
Anthony "... My tutoring interests are broad; I thoroughly enjoy the process of writing (be it in Philosophy, English, or History) as well as mastering various test skills. My teaching philosophy emphasizes deep understanding. After a tutoring session I hope for my students to leave not only with a system of solving a particular problem, but also the habits of mind to adapt that system to new circumstances. Through practice and a trust in the learning process I have found that one can instill good habits that go beyond a given test or essay..."
Ruby "...I have experience working with students K-12, as well as teaching First-Year Writing to undergraduates at UConn. I also worked for several years editing my college newspaper, and have additional experience in publishing. I specialize in teaching academic reading and essay writing, test prep and college readiness, and editing and verbal skills. I aim to understand each student’s individual goals and approaches to learning, and gear my tutoring sessions to the student’s particular needs. I find that we learn best when we understand the “why” behind the content, paired with practical and tangible methods..."
Aaron "I am a graduate of Michigan State University, where I studied Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Humanities. I am currently enrolled at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where 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..."
Bryn "... Currently I am pursuing a doctoral degree at Boston University, with a focus on Renaissance art. Primarily I tutor subjects in the humanities, particularly history, English and, naturally, art history, but I also enjoy working with elementary and middle school students in all subjects. I love tutoring art history and introducing students to a discipline that they may not be as familiar with, and also have a passion for American and European history. For me, making a real connection with a student is a crucial part of tutoring..."
Anthony "...I try to offer as much support as possible while still giving my students the space to come to an understanding in their own way. I have a very positive attitude and see difficulties at opportunities to learn and grow as a person. I treat others with compassion, patience, and understanding. I'm new to professional independent tutoring and I'm excited to hear from those of you willing to learn! I tutored for 2 years in undergrad, primarily in math. While working on my PhD, I taught laboratory classes, ran small group personalized tutoring workshops, assisted in lectures, and provided one-on-one instruction to students. I have been studying physics in an academic setting for 10 years..."
Meghan "...Currently, I am a graduate student at the University of Connecticut, working to earn my PhD in American Literature. I tutor a mix of test preparation, English, Literature, and Writing. In helping students with reading and writing skills, I enjoy using multiple different approaches to develop a well-rounded understanding of the techniques, while making the sessions fun. I’m a strong proponent of keeping studying dynamic..."