### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Melrose, MA

Victor ...students. As part of my graduate study of physics, I am well versed in all grade school and college-level mathematics. The teaching style I have developed through my own experience, as well as keeping up with the results of physics education research, follows a Socratic principle. Students should be carefully guided as they pursue their...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - BA, Physics

Tufts University - PhD, Physics

Diana ...During my final year of college, I began tutoring elementary, middle and high school students in all their subjects but focused strongly on math and science courses. I understand that these subjects can be challenging for most students but once students are able to work through the challenges, with the correct guidance of an educator,...

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemical Engineering

Heather ...the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. There, I was a paid tutor in both Calculus I and Calculus II, but I know many types of Math from Algebra to Geometry to Calculus. I was also a volunteer tutor at a local charter school where I tutored middle school students in different levels of mathematics. For...

Matthew ...I absolutely love teaching these subjects. I really enjoy helping students overcome the gaps in understanding tough concepts, watching them understand the material, succeed on exams and seeing how proud and accomplished they are. I started tutoring when I was 17 years old doing Basic Math and as I have gone through my schooling I...

SUNY at Binghamton - BS, BA, Physics, Mathematics

SUNY at Binghamton - MS, Physics

Nicholas ...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 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...

Boston University - BS, Engineering

Ugochi ...that everything is possible. I feel that the mastery of a subject is dependent on how it was presented and the limitations you have placed on yourself. My teaching style varies with the student. I like to use many examples, pictures, videos, and funny stories that can help the student apply the concept to in-life...

University of California-Riverside - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Northeastern University - MS, Regulatory Affairs

Steve ...What I enjoy most is turning that intuitive understanding into a systematic understanding, which can then be applied to other systems in nature, showing how seemingly disparate situations actually share many similarities. I really enjoy showing how the simple act of knowing how to open a door can lead to a full understanding of torque,...

University of Michigan - BS, Physics

University of Wisconsin - MS, PhD, Physics

Kara ...with students from elementary school age to college in a variety of subjects. I love the sciences, particularly learning how the body works, but I have also excelled in math and standardized test prep. The world is full of puzzles, and school just has a few of the more difficult ones. Academic success is built...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Physiological Sciences

Drew ...also some low-level computer programming topics. I have been involved with organizing and leading many review and study groups throughout college. I am passionate about finding the right method to help the student master their subject matter. My goal, outside of just helping someone with their material, is to develop strong problem-solving skills and habits...

Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Bachelors, Electrical & Computer Engineering

University of Massachusetts-Lowell - Masters, Electrical Engineering

Hannah ...part of Varsity Tutors because I have been tutoring regularly for the past 4 years and coming from 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...