# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Providence, RI

Elaina ...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 engagement. I make the environment interactive and comfortable with patience and a sense of humor. I focus on helping individuals firmly understand...

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

Langston ...graduation, I have worked as a program coordinator for a nonprofit organization that helps students in urban schools, and I will attend medical school this fall. I have extensive one-on-one tutoring experience in a variety of subjects, and I have taught multiple classroom SAT prep courses. When tutoring, I break down problems into their simplest form and provide thorough explanation, so that any student can achieve mastery. I have helped students raise their SAT scores...

Cornell University - Bachelor in Arts, Economics

Alexandra ...have worked with young kids taking elementary-level math, middle school students taking Pre-Algebra and Algebra, high school students taking Pre-Calculus and Calculus, college students taking Calculus I/II and Linear Algebra -- and any level in between! Tutoring is one of my favorite activities, because every student I work with teaches me something new about my field. In addition to doing math and writing French poetry, I play the piano, contract bridge, soccer and tennis. I...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics and French

Joel ...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 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...

University of Central Florida - Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering

Ari ...improve their grades in geometry, algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus classes as well as the math component of SAT, ACT or AP exams would find my thoughtfulness, creativity, kindness and nonjudgmental individualized approaches highly effective. College students completing courses in calculus, abstract algebra or other math courses, as well as the math section of the GRE or other examinations assessing quantitative aptitudes will quickly identify why professors and students alike praise the clarity and effectiveness...

University of Rochester - Bachelors, Mathematics

Samuel ...client thinks separates the way I teach from that of other tutors: It's never going to be about wrote memorization or cramming material for an upcoming test. Instead, all subjects will be taught to students in ways that ensure the concepts will make sense and stick for years to come, even going so far as to occasionally review past material to form solid frameworks for new topics. A large portion of my experience tutoring has...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Applied Math/Computer Science

Eliza ...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 to be able to work one-on-one...

Occidental College - Bachelor in Arts, Urban and Environmental Policy

Brian ...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 have experience teaching standardized tests and more qualitative subjects such as Biology or Chemistry. I am a born and raised Bostonian, having grown up in Reading, MA. I...

Tufts University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University - Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical Engineering

Miller ...not a process strictly confined to a classroom or hour long session. I approach education with an understanding that learning techniques are applicable throughout the lifetime. Therefore, my style is energetic, excited, and robust in hopes of inspiring similar reverie of learning in the students I teach. An excellent practitioner of education is equal parts expertise and enthusiasm; I represent the balance necessary to learn beyond next week's test, but months and years into the...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Undecided

William ...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, chemistry and biology. I firmly believe that in order for a class to be interesting, the teacher must be passionate about the...

University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science

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