Award-Winning Mandarin Chinese Tutors in Somerville, MA
Aaron ...study Development Economics and International Monetary Policy. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, and as an Actuary, and have a particular passion for teaching Mathematics. When tutoring I try to include visualizations and real world examples whenever I can so that it does not feel like a fruitless exercise. I help students reach their goals with a two-pronged approach: reinforcing and building upon strengths while targeting weaknesses. In my free time I...
Michigan State University - BS, Mathematics
Tufts University - MA, International Studies
Cynthia I have tutored a range of subjects at the middle school and high school levels. I am currently a graduate student at MIT in a dual-Master's program (MBA + MS mechanical engineering). I worked in renewable energy and energy policy for several years after obtaining my bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. I enjoy rock climbing, running, and playing outside in all kinds of weather.
MIT - BS, Mechanical Engineering
MIT - MBA + MS, Business sand Engineering
Crystal ...where I taught English to over 200 elementary school students in person and by videoconferencing. My other previous teaching experiences include being a French drill instructor and Linguistics T.A. at Dartmouth, a teaching assistant at the Kimball Union Academy Summer Language Institute, and a Dartmouth Partners in Community Service Fellow at the Chinatown Community Children's Center in San Francisco. I am an enthusiastic, compassionate, and knowledgeable tutor who is more than happy to help you...
Dartmouth College - BA, Linguistics
Tiantian ...most passionate about Mandarin Chinese and essay writing. In my experience helping students who take an interest in learning Chinese and Chinese culture, I always found that learning and teaching can happen to both the tutor and the client. I also found that helping students construct their academic or application essays is a good chance for me to know my client and to help the client build a better academic future. I am a believer...
Peking University - BA, English Literature
Harvard Graduate School of Education - M.Ed, Prevention: Counseling/Adolescence
Ginny ...my MA degree for Applied Economics at Northeastern University. While in college, I was a TA for Principles of Microeconomics and Intermediate Microeconomics. With over two years of teaching experience, I am confident that I have the ability to be a great tutor to you. I love to offer what I know to assist students in their learning process and share my enthusiasm for the subjects. I look forward to becoming your tutor!
Emory University - BA, Economics
Northeastern University - MA, Applied Economics
Erin I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at MIT in chemical engineering. Previously, I worked as a science tutor for Pasadena City College and a couple of high school students.
California Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Chemical engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - PhD, Chemical engineering
Seth ...had to work with other students on skits and dialogues. In the evenings, I listened over and over again to Chinese language audio tapes, and made flash cards for the hundreds of characters we studied. Again, I considered quitting. However, Ms. Liu, my college Chinese teacher encouraged me to go to China. I took her advice and decided to take a year-off to live in Beijing. When I arrived that first time in Beijing, I...
Wesleyan University - BA, Chinese
Ohio State University - MA, Chinese
Mandy ...Statistics, Biochemistry, Algebra, Physics, Microbiology, Chinese, and more. Although I tutor a wide range of subjects, I am most passionate about Calculus, Statistics, and Chinese. Based on my learning and tutoring experience, I believe it is critical to learn and understand all of the concepts of the subject, practice and master the knowledge, and then apply it to real world situations. Organization in the teaching and learning of the subject plays an important role. I...
Simmons College - BS, Biostatistics and Biochemistry
Amy ...I believe anyone can succeed as long as they are interested and are willing to put in the time and effort. When I work with students, I try to break down different problems into smaller chunks, and work through these smaller bits to understand the big picture. I know how frustrating it is to not understand something, and I try to work with each student to figure out their strengths and weaknesses. I think the...
Northeastern University - Current Undergrad, Pharmacy
Allan ...you the test results you need to succeed because I went through the exams myself and performed well. The first time I took the SAT I actually wasn't satisfied with my score, so I spent 2 months working hard to get my score to where I wanted it to be. The second time I took the exam I saw a 200-point increase. Previously, I have had experience teaching the SSAT and the SAT. The student...
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Biological Sciences