### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in East Cambridge, MA

Ken ...that will increase your understanding AND will increase your ability to complete them successfully for homework and tests. I am certified to teach physics at the high school level. I taught high school physics for 17 years before going on to further graduate study. I also have experience teaching mathematics at the community college level....

Cornell University - BA, Physics

Cortland State - MS, Secondary Science Education

State Certified Teacher

Diana ...My interest in and comprehension of chemistry and mathematics then led me to choose a career in chemical engineering. In 2013, I graduated from the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. During my final year of college, I began tutoring elementary, middle and high...

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemical Engineering

Nick ...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...

Carleton College - BA, Mathematics

Vania ...in Biomedical Devices and a Bachelor of Science in Music. I have tutored students from the elementary school level to my current peer group. I have experience tutoring through MIT's Seminar XL and Tutorial Services Room programs in core subjects required for graduation (general chemistry, physics, calculus, multivariable calculus, and biology). I have also tutored...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical Engineering/Music

Nicholas MATH!!!! I love MATH. and I can try 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...

Boston University - BS, Engineering

Andrew ...array of math subjects including calculus, analysis, linear algebra, probability, and group theory. For 7 years afterwards, I worked as a software developer for a company that helps people manage their financial assets for retirement. This past year, I've been a teaching assistant in game theory for the Center for Talented Youth as well as...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Mathematics

Carolyn ...who struggle with fundamental concepts that make more advanced material unnecessarily difficult. I have also worked with students who want to get ahead in their classes. Currently, I am working toward a Master's degree in Biomedical Science at Tufts University School of Medicine. I am passionate about about teaching and I would love to work...

Wellesley College - BA, Neuroscience

Tufts University - MS, Biomedical Science

Hannah ...Boston, I wanted to continue the work 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...

M. Nadjib ...others, both as a teaching assistant and as personal tutor. I find the experience of helping students understand Math and Physics concepts, using their perspective and knowledge as a starting point, very rewarding. I believe that with the right teaching methods, anyone can excel in these subjects through hard work and perseverance. I hope to...

State University of New York Binghamton - BS, BA, Physics, Mathematics

Georgetown University - PhD, Physics

Duncan ...Math with a focus in Statistics at Northeastern University (completion in December, 2014). I have worked for many years as a tutor and teacher, starting when the chair of my high school's math department recommended me to a number of families during my junior year of high school. I tutored for two years in High...

Dartmouth College - BA, Math

Northeastern University - MS, Math (Statistics)