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The mathematics tutors at Veritas have not only demonstrated their success in Mathematics by completing advanced coursework in the subject, they have also had to demonstrate their ability to teach these subjects through a rigorous interview and continual evaluation.  We have tutors prepared to help in every field of mathematics and quantitative analysis offered at the high school and college levels.  Our tutors begin by assessing each student's unique learning styles and adjust their approach to the tutoring accordingly.  Whether the student is learning the difference between different types of numbers or is doing complex mathematical modeling, we have mentors who are skilled at making these concepts accessible to their students.  Our tutors are also very familiar with common standardized subject tests such as Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and the SAT II’s and help their students learn how to master not only their subjects and their classes but also these often tricky exams that can determine college course placement and credit.


High school level courses: Pre-algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Calculus AB/BC, Geometry, Precalculus, Probability/Statistics, Trigonometry

College level courses: Precalculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III (multivariable calculus), Geometry, Graph Theory, Mathematical programming languages, Linear Algebra, Probability, Statistics

Standardized tests: AP Calculus AB/BC, IB Mathematics SL/HL, SAT II Math I, SAT II Math II

 

Tutors Available for Math Tutoring:

Ari N.

Ari studied mathematics at Harvey Mudd College and the University of California at Berkeley. He completed his Ph.D. in 2007, specializing in quantum topology. During his time as a graduate student at Berkeley, he won multiple awards for exceptional teaching. He has worked at Canada/USA Mathcamp, a summer program for gifted high school students, for more than a decade. Ari spent the 2007-2008 academic year as the math teacher for grades 6-8 at The Crowden School, a Berkeley school for musically talented youth. Most recently, he graduated from Longy School of Music with an MM in Historical Performance.

  • Ph.D. in Mathematics from UC Berkeley
  • 10+ years of experience with gifted high school students
  • Multiple awards for exceptional teaching
  • Clear, precise, and concrete approach to mathematical discovery

Amrit A.

Amrit is a fourth-year PhD student in Economics at Boston University. He holds a masters degree in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences from Columbia University and bachelors degrees in Physics and Political Philosophy from Amherst College. Amrit has been tutoring students since 2002, and has two years of experience as a high school math and economics teacher. He has also taught and TAed undergraduate classes at Boston University, Barnard College and Sabanci University (Istanbul, Turkey).

  • 4th Year PhD student in Economics at Boston University
  • High school teacher in Math and Economics for two years
  • Extensive teaching and tutoring experience

Peter T.

Peter graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University (class of 2011). His official major was in chemistry but he was only a few courses away from majors in math and physics. After getting accepted to every PhD program he applied to, Peter now happily resides at MIT. He works with Professor Arup Chakraborty at the interesection of physics, chemistry and biology to apply models from statistical mechanics and machine learning to discover new methods in computational immunology. Peter has always loved teaching. He tutored Organic Chemistry at Cornell, and enjoyed a full year of TAing at MIT in general chemistry and bioengineering.

  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude (Cornell)
  • Phi Beta Kappa (Junior/Senior year)
  • National Merit Semifinalist
  • Graduate student at MIT