Online Math & Physics Tutoring
For High School Students
Private one-on-one virtual tutoring, group sessions, and live classes using live audio, video, graphics, and applications software
Covering all levels of MATH & PHYSICS through AP, and SAT/ACT Prep
Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-calculus, AP Calculus, Physics (including AP), SAT/ACT Test Prep, Statistics
Individual, Group Sessions and Scheduled Classes Available This Summer
Your student/small group of students can benefit from effective tutoring from an engineer and college professor. With most schools closed until at least September, and with most summer plans on the verge of cancellation, the opportunity for high school students to solidify the math and physics courses that were abruptly interrupted this spring, and to get a “leg-up” on courses students will be taking this fall, is now!
Dedicated To Student Success
Your student/small group of students can benefit from effective tutoring from an engineer and college professor who has actually taught these subjects, and who has successfully tutored students for over 15 years. We offer the benefit of one tutor for both math and physics, while enabling students to keep up with their school’s syllabus and AP/SAT/ACT demands during the COVID-19 crisis.
My goal is to provide proven tutoring services that:
- Enhance students’ subject skills
- Improve students’ test performance
- Boost students’ self-confidence
About Ted Kaplan
Bentley University (Calculus, Mathematics of Finance, Physics)
Babson College (Quantitative Methods, Calculus, Statistics)
Belmont Hill Summer School (Physics, Trigonometry)
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (Calculus)
Cornell University, B.E.E. (Electrical Engineering)
Cornell University, M.E.E. (Electrical Engineering)
Boston University, M.B.A. (Finance & Marketing)
Ted Kaplan, a Boston-area native, has been involved in high tech engineering, management, entrepreneurship, and higher education for many years. An engineer/MBA by training, he spent several years in the applied physics and computer graphics/CAD systems industries, followed by founding and running a computer software training firm in Boston’s Back Bay. Over the last eighteen years, Ted has migrated to teaching and tutoring math and physics at the high school and college levels.