# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Leominster, MA

Daniel ...pupils tell me that I explain them better than their teachers, which is why I am so passionate about tutoring. I am currently applying to medical school, and a friend of mine asked me to help him prepare for the MCAT after he learned my score, and his practice scores have increased as a result....

Northeastern University - BS, Biochemistry

Joel ...UCF studying Electrical Engineering. I have a passion for the new and the innovative. I enjoy researching new things in physics and technology and learning new ways of thinking about things I already know. My main interest, however, is alternative energy and sustainable technologies. I pride myself on being a friendly and charismatic person, with...

University of Central Florida - BS, Electrical Engineering

Larry ...This skill is important for life in our technological society. The best way to teach goes beyond "picking the right formula to use." Mastery of this type of subject matter comes from being able to ask "what is it I'm trying to accomplish by asking this question? What is the item - that can be...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Physics

New York University - PHD, Physics

Daniel ...Worcester Polytechnic Institute. I study Physics and will be receiving my Bachelor of Science degree next year. I have helped many of my colleagues pass their classes and understand concepts in subjects they have trouble with. I also have great experience helping students much younger than myself, from elementary school through high school. My favorite...

Matthew ...Math and Engineering. Earlier in my schooling, I spent two years as a camp counselor and a year regularly babysitting, so mentoring has always been a part of my life. I also have experience as a part of the Best Buddies organization during high school, and so I have some experience with special needs students...

University of Massachusetts Amherst - BS, Chemical Engineering

Anna ...for Learning as a peer tutor. I also held planned review sessions for both midterm and final exams. Besides tutoring, I have been working teaching children since I was a senior in high school. After high school, I started working as a swim instructor and lifeguard at a summer camp. I have also been an...

University of Massachusetts Lowell - BS, Mathematics

Steve ...first time, and teach accordingly, breaking things down to as simple a set of parts as possible. Beyond my work, I very much enjoy writing music of all types (rock, country, pop, orchestral, R&B). I am not a musician, and don't really play an instrument live, but I enjoy composing very much. I am also...

University of Michigan - BS, Physics

University of Wisconsin - MS, PhD, Physics

Steven ...algebra and geometry), I have developed a unique style that leaves my students from a variety of backgrounds and abilities not only as vastly improved problem solvers, intuitive reasoners, and logical thinkers,but also with a deep appreciation for math's deep beauty and significance. Outside of teaching I love hiking, running, and listening to music of...

Yale University - Bachelors, Mathematics

New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences - PhD, Mathematics

Heather ...Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics at 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...

Eugene ...and understand the individual needs and learning styles of the student. That is what separate's me form the rest; I am adaptable. I worked for Massachusetts Institute of Technology summer programs for high school students and have worked inner city schools in Boston, MA at many grade levels developing programs and have seen this philosophy...

Boston University - Bachelors, Finance and Management Information Sysytems