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Boston University (Biomedical Engineer)
Babson College (Master's)
My name is Ben and I am originally from France. I obtained my baccalaureate in sciences with a focus on Physics and Chemistry at the age of 18. I studied Physics and Biomedical Engineering at Boston University. I then obtained a masters degree in Management from Babson College and currently work full time as a consultant in Business Intelligence.
I am a coach in the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program at Babson College, and a mentor for kids in Jackson, Mississippi as part of the Lemonade day program. I have experience tutoring high school student in Math, Chemistry, and Physics from Quincy High, and elementary school student from Westwood, MA.
I believe that practice makes perfection, and I don't mind putting extra hours from my own time to make sure that my students succeed. I am results driven, and I do not count in terms of hours but in terms of achievements reached.
I have years of experience tutoring math with improved results for every student.
I am very patient, friendly, and passionate. I also believe that a student with learn if he or she is having fun. I want the student the enjoy the lesson, and be excited for the next time. Hello,
My name is Ben and I am originally from France. I obtained my baccalaureate in sciences with a focus on Physics and Chemistry at the age of 18. I studied Physics and Biomedical Engineering at Boston University. I
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