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...I have used PowerPoint for years in my previous jobs and would love to teach you how to use it. Prealgebra teaches the student to understand the processes of Algebra and helps them to understand how to look for the unknown. Precalculus is the bridge between calculus and trigonometry.

...In 2007, I received a B.S in Chemistry from UC Berkeley with honors and since then, I have helped hundreds of students reach their full potential in Math and Science Classes. Over the past five years, I have tutored both privately and in many Bay Area Tutoring Companies (Ames Seminars, Aspire Ed...

...I used to work as a "Rocket Scientist" in a prominent National Laboratory in US, and also used to work as an Algorithm Engineer in leading edge tech companies. I have been a tutor/instructor in math and science since 2008. I enjoy working with kids, helping them become more interested and more confident in math and science.

...For almost 20 years, I have taught drama and creative writing for all ages in Bay Area public schools. I have also led workshops at UC Berkeley and UC Davis. I have done coursework in Teaching for Understanding with Harvard Graduate School of Education and in 2012 received a post baccalaureate Certificate in Writing from UC Berkeley.

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