|Eric G.||$75 per hour|
After honoring his family tradition of Navy service, Eric earned degrees in Physics and Materials Science and Engineering. He now has six years' experience tutoring and teaching in a variety of math and science disciplines, as well as standardized tests.
Bachelor's in Materials Science And Engineering, UC - Berkeley
Master's in Physics, Mesa Community College
Video Games, Banjo, Mechanically Inclined
|John E.||$75 per hour|
"Teaching is about passing along knowledge so that people can make use of it," says tutor John E. "Once they understand, you have brought them up to your level and you have a new friend with a shared experience in common." A retired research chemist still interested in academics and helping students, John believes any students who want to can build their aptitude for academics and test-taking, and his experience helps them to do it.
Bachelor's in Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
Master's in Chemistry, UCLA
Gardening, Chemistry, Aviation
|Kevin L.||$60 per hour|
Kevin holds a BS in physics with a minor in math from Boston College and has worked in education since graduating. He's currently a high school math teacher with five years of experience teaching in two schools and as a test prep and math tutor. "I find that students can learn best if they make connections in their own minds as opposed to me simply telling them what to do, so my style revolves around lots of practice work and review," Kevin says.
Bachelor's in Physics, Boston College
Computers, Video Games, Cooking
|Lennie A.||$75 per hour|
"My teaching and tutoring style is to get the students to THINK about what they are doing," says tutor Lennie A. A retired math professor, Lennie has taught all levels of math, as well as computer science, for more than forty years.
Bachelor's in Math, Northeastern University
Master's in Math, Cornell University
Puzzles, Sports, Metal Detecting