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Now accepting new students!

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Do you wish math could feel like this?

Since I got back from my magical cello adventure in Iceland (pictured above), so many people have been asking me if I’m still tutoring.

The answer is YES!

In fact, I’ve recently streamlined my intake process to make it so much easier for families to get started with me.

AND I have some amazing specials for new clients that are extremely accessible!

If you or someone you know would like to connect
about if my making math magical one-on-one mentoring programs
would be right for you,
just give me a call at 617-888-0160.

We’ll have a quick chat about what you need,
and if it makes sense, we’ll go ahead and set up a very simple, paid introductory get-to-know-you session for your child to work with me.
After that session, we’ll debrief together and go over whether a one-month or three-month package would be the next best step.

Just call me at 617-888-0160 to get started together.

I know that dealing with math stress can be extremely painful, and it’s very normal to hope that the problem goes away on its own, or to tell yourself that you’ll deal with it “later.”

But please know that I only have a few open spots left, so I recommend you reach out now if you think this is something you want to do.

I’m excited to connect about how we can actually make math magical for you and your child!

6 Comments on “Now accepting new students!”

  • Samantha on October 20th 4:46 pm

    Great blog, I love the way you tell your stories! Keep going in that way

  • Evelyn Adams on October 20th 5:12 pm

    It’s great that you expand the set to your school, you have excellent lessons, I have been following your blog for a long time. It’s a pity that not everyone understands the importance of learning.
    The world does not stand still — it is developing, and at a breakneck pace. And the faster the changes in the modern world, the better people realize the importance of modern education and knowledge of current technologies. In today’s civilized world, as it should be, education, and most importantly — the knowledge gained in the process of learning — has become both the primary source of personal income and capital. It doesn’t matter what you knew yesterday. The important thing is how useful your knowledge will be tomorrow.

  • George on May 10th 1:00 pm

    Thank you for being active with your blog and for making math look really easy and interesting!

  • Alex Florion on September 22nd 7:12 am

    Thank you for the article and please write a new one 🙂

  • John Bright on May 5th 8:51 am

    Hello and thank you for this article. How does one sign up?

  • Rebecca Zook on May 5th 12:25 pm

    Hey there! Just give me a call at 617-888-0160, or email me at We’ll have a quick conversation to explore if my work would be a fit for you and your child. And if it makes sense, we can go ahead and up their first paid session. Sending you love!

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