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

Daniel ...great experience helping students much younger than myself, from elementary school through high school. My favorite subject to tutor is calculus, I believe the concepts of calculus are much simpler than most instructors make them out to be and that most problems in understanding them can be easily fixed with visual tools. Patience is key when helping someone understand abstract concepts and I firmly believe that everyone has the capacity to understand any subject. Outside...

Mandy ...Simmons College. I will be graduating in May 2015 and receiving my Bachelor of Arts and Science in Biostatistics and Biochemistry. I look forward to getting a Masters Degree in Biostatistics. From 7th grade to 9th grade, I have been working with elementary students on subjects such as Math, English, and Writing, including electives. In high school, I have tutored high school students in math subjects such as Algebra, Calculus, Physics, Latin, and Chinese. In...

Simmons College - BS, Biostatistics and Biochemistry

Michael ...students excel in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering. Throughout my college experience, I have tutored people from all walks of life, successfully improving their mastery of the subject material, evidenced by their higher test scores. Whether the student needs tutoring for standardized testing--AP, SAT, GRE--or class material, I promise to improve your scores. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling to the beach, exploring different cuisines, and driving along the Pacific Coast Highway.

UC Berkeley - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering and Mathematics

Diana ...grade of high school when I discovered my love for Chemistry because of its mathematical usage. 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 school students in all...

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemical Engineering

Victor ...study of quantum gravity. During my eight years as a graduate student I was a Teaching Assistant for many courses and many undergraduate 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...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - BA, Physics

Tufts University - PhD, Physics

Jim ...Geometry, but I am looking forward to tutoring in Algebra, Trigonometry, General Science and Physics. My approach is to listen to the student to find out where he or she is having difficulty and review homework and tests to address issues. I then look at what is ahead and help the student to understand what is coming up. During my engineering career, I taught many classroom technical courses. My students tell me that I am...

Lehigh University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Steve ...into, or going into, the field. Physics is all around us, and most people have an intuitive understanding of many of its concepts. 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...

University of Michigan - BS, Physics

University of Wisconsin - MS, PhD, Physics

Joel ...energy and sustainable technologies. I pride myself on being a friendly and charismatic person, with the ability to make people comfortable around me and also understand the importance of what I am communicating. I am thorough and meticulous in my method of tutoring, and I try to make sure my student fully comprehends the scope of what they're learning. Aside from that, I enjoy meeting people, drawing and going to art shows, experimenting with circuits,...

University of Central Florida - BS, Electrical Engineering

Aser ...about their subject topics rather than lecturing the concepts myself. I personally grasp concepts easier when I become an active learner, and I encourage my tutees to do the same. I also use visual cues and diagrams to better illustrate complex concepts. Besides academic, I am a big fitness and athletics enthusiasts. I played soccer, basketball, volleyball and tennis in high school, and I still play for an intramural league in college. I also enjoy...

UMass Amherst - BS, Biology

Eliza ...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 classrooms was great, but I am excited...

Occidental College - BA, Urban and Environmental Policy