# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Marlborough, MA

Adrian ...I have a natural gift for Math and Science tutoring, with various approaches to every problem. My upbringing (my father wrote plays, and had a PhD in English) has also left me with a strong interest in the languages and social sciences. Most of all, I excel in Microeconomics tutoring. I am also well traveled,...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Economics

Brian ...Biomedical Engineering. Prior to that, I attended Tufts University where I earned my B.S., also in Biomedical Engineering. During my tenure at Boston University I was responsible for teaching two undergraduate level engineering courses, requiring me to teach in both large classroom and one-on-one settings. I am most comfortable teaching quantitative sciences, although I also...

Tufts University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University - Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical Engineering

Leslie I am a licensed Math Teacher for grades 5-12 in Massachusetts, and have I have extensive experience working with students of all grades and academic levels. I graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.S. in Mathematics and Secondary Education, and have worked as a private tutor, classroom teacher, and full-time tutor for all grades K-12.

Vanderbilt University - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Secondary Education

Jonah ...Tufts University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a mechanical design engineer in the solar industry. During my time at Tufts, I was involved in tutoring Engineering Science and Physics to college students. Of the subjects that I currently tutor, I am most passionate about Math and Mechanical Engineering subjects. My approach...

Tufts University - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

University of Massachusetts-Lowell - Master of Science, Energy Engineering

William ...Engineering. Since my undergraduate degree was in environmental sciences (and not engineering), I had to take a lot of extra math courses to get into CMU. While I was taking my prerequisite courses to get into graduate school, I worked part-time as a tutor for Upward Bound. My favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics,...

University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science

Carnegie Mellon Uniersity - Master of Science, Civil & Environmental Engineering

John ...My Major was Mathematics with a concentration in Mathematical Computation, and I minored in Philosophy. The bulk of my university courses were focused on space and time complexity algorithms. I have a strong background in both Mathematical and computer science proof techniques and experience in programming. As a veteran of the AP program and the...

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics - computation

Eliza ...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 to be able to work one-on-one with students and build stronger relationships.

Occidental College - Bachelor in Arts, Urban and Environmental Policy

Elaina ...Chemistry. While at Vanderbilt, I tutored subject areas specifically General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Calculus. I helped fellow classmates raise their grades from F's to A's and B's. They successfully completed their courses with a high grade, firm understanding of the concepts and a boosted self-confidence. Hard work and learning is easier with interest and...

Vanderbilt University - Bachelor in Arts, Neuroscience (Honors) and Chemistry

Valerie ...skills that are developed through mathematical thinking can help create success in other areas. I try to use multiple approaches while teaching, and present ideas as visually and tangibly as possible. One of the dangers of learning math is that students memorize the method for solving a problem but do not realize the underlying concepts....

Johns Hopkins University - Bachelor of Science, Applied Math

Victor ...research, follows a Socratic principle. Students should be carefully guided as they pursue their own understanding, and should be able to experience for themselves the fun of figuring out the natural world. I also believe that physics and mathematics are languages, and that explicit recognition of this makes working with equations considerably easier. Personal interests...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Bachelor in Arts, Physics

Tufts University - PHD, Physics