# Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Attleboro, RI

Ari ...why professors and students alike praise the clarity and effectiveness of my instruction and tutorial style. I have with equal effectiveness addressed issues of those confronting failure and those wishing to be coached to superior academic attainment. I recently earned an honors degree in mathematics, Phi Betta Kappa, from the University of Rochester. There, I gained over 4 years of experience tutoring students of varied ability levels, learning styles, and academic backgrounds. As a teaching assistant...

University of Rochester - Honors BA, Mathematics

Adam ...and helping my brother and sister see problems 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....

Tufts University - BS, Civil Engineering

Anika ...much to discover and there is no limit to what you can learn. I can say that some great teachers and professors have shaped my interest in science and would love to help other students see this joy in learning. I know science and math can be really tough, and many times I have wanted to give up, but I pushed through, and I want to give other students the encouragement and ability to push...

McGill University - Bachelors, Chemistry

Kara ...of puzzles, and school just has a few of the more difficult ones. Academic success is built from how we approach these puzzles, and how each unique mind breaks down a problem's pieces. For test prep, studying is as much about learning equations and facts as it is about learning the tricks to the format. Again, it is all a puzzle, and I can teach you the ways to hack the system by knowing the...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Physiological Sciences

Brian ...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 of the Massachusetts Public School system. I am...

Tufts University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering

John ...courses were focused on space and time complexity algorithms. I have a strong background in both Mathematical and computer science proof techniques and experience in programming. As a veteran of the AP program and the SATs, I have the insight and experience to help students understand what is important to succeed on their tests. My non-academic interests are all various forms of gaming. I have been a competitive Magic: the Gathering player for over 13...

University of Massachusetts Amherst - BS, Mathematics - computation

Steve ...classes in "descriptive" (i.e. non-mathematical) astronomy and a survey class on the physics of sound and music (for a broad range of students and math backgrounds, from first-year students to returning adults). In addition, I am well versed in optics from my work. My favorite subject to tutor is Physics. What I like the most, and believe I have a talent for, is explaining Physics concepts to those who are not necessarily into, or going...

University of Michigan - BS, Physics

University of Wisconsin - MS, PhD, Physics

Eliza ...with a degree in Urban and Environmental Policy with coursework in Urban Policy. While in 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...

Occidental College - BA, Urban and Environmental Policy

Adeel ...skills necessary to being a tutor is the ability to convey difficult topics in a tangible, easy-to-understand manner. That is a skill I possess in spades. I have the drive necessary in order to make sure that each student I work with gains a mastery over their subjects, and always try to use real-world examples in order to ensure that my students are able to understand even more complex concepts. I am both patient and...

Florida International University - Bachelors, Chemistry

Florida International University - PHD, Chemistry

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