Award-Winning GRE Tutors in Boston, MA
Brian "...I am a proud product of the Massachusetts Public School system. I am a die-hard Patriots fan, as well as a Bruins season ticket holder. My other hobbies include computer hardware and software building/modding, reading, and playing sports..."
Manasi "...For English, I love reading and writing and want to share that understanding and appreciation with the next generation. This is why I enjoy teaching Test Prep because it is a great way of tying these many elements together and I treat it as a puzzle to be solved. My teaching style is very adaptable to the student I am working with as I firmly believe that each student is different and the same approach doesn't work for everyone..."
Winston "... I also tutored my fellow history undergrads at Harvard, and juvenile offenders in Boston, so I've seen a fairly wide range of students. I can and do tutor a very broad range of subjects, but I'm happiest tutoring history, the GRE, and the SAT--the first because I've loved it since I could read, and the latter two because I think they are highly solvable and I want to make sure students get a chance to learn how to solve them. I'm a firm believer in tutoring in the style of a conversation..."
Bryn "... 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. I am incredibly personable, relaxed, and patient and am able to set students at ease..."
Cody "...I have a total of 6 years of experience tutoring mathematics, particularly Calculus. I also have 4 years of experience tutoring in the sciences, such as Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. My experience has come in the form of private, one-on-one tutoring with students ranging in ages from 7th grade through adult learners, college-level review courses, and even teaching SAT prep courses..."
Massachusettes Institute of Technology - BS, Chemistry
Weiming "...Extremely hard working students. I am the second type. I understand the struggle of most students, because I was one of them. I overcome the problems in my studies by investing and enormous amount of time on the specific subject and understanding each line of the content..."
Colby College - Bachelors, Economics
Boston University - Current Grad Student, Economics
Valentina "...I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology as a pre-medical student. I have been a tutor for over five years, tutoring students of all ages from elementary school to college in chemistry, biology, English, Math, and SAT testing. My passion for teaching has also led me to volunteer as a tutor in juvenile halls and orphanages in Paraguay and Tijuana, Mexico..."
UCLA - BS, Psychobiology
Aaron "...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..."
Brooke "...From my experience in the classroom, I have discovered that it's very important to tailor the learning experience to each student. Every student is different and will benefit from varied methods. In general it's important to minimize lecturing and to give a student the opportunity to try and succeed at problems with gentle guidance..."
Jon "...I was nominated for Head Tutor by the Department of Biology. Since then, I have been helping students gain admissions to their dream prep schools, colleges, and professional schools through test, subject, and admissions/lifestyle coaching. I am currently studying clinical medicine and enjoy triathlon training. I tailor lessons to my students' experience and learning style. For a test prep student, I teach not only the underlying material, but how to /think/ about the exam and different question types..."