Although MyGuru’s tutors are independent contractors and not employees, the company is nonetheless extremely selective in who it recruits, and is excited to begin working with these three tutors.
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MyGuru’s newest Boston tutors include:
Sam holds a BS in Physics from MIT, and currently teaches high school physics in Boston Public Schools. His classes have outperformed on standardized tests, with a 90% passing rate vs. a 70% passing rate prior to his start date.
At MIT, he tutored students in physics and various math subjects. He’s worked as a recitation instructor leading a section of multi-variable calculus. For 3 summers at the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University, he was the TA for summer physics classes for gifted high school students.
Furthermore, Sam has experience in the business world, having worked for the prestigious Boston Consulting Group after MIT and before returning to the world of education to become a high school physics teacher.
Noah graduated from Swarthmore College with a B.A. in mathematics and philosophy. He also has a Master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge. Noah specializes in mathematics tutoring.
Noah has worked for three years as a Math clinician at Swarthmore College, helping students who came in with questions from any mathematics course that Swarthmore offered.
Gideon Iianayi has recently joined the MyGuru team is a Senior tutor for General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Biochemistry in Boston, MA.
Gideon has an impressive educational background which includes a BS- Biochemistry and minor in Mathematics, University of Illinois at Chicago, and a MS- Chemistry, from Loyola University. He has many years of tutoring and teaching experience, including as an Associate Instructor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at several community and small local universities.
All three of these individuals represent the best and the brightest among available tutors in the Boston area, and they represent the type of tutor MyGuru is constantly recruiting.
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