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...I am patient, relaxed and truly enjoy this work. In addition to my engineering degree, I also come from 2 previous generations of world class science/math academics from both sides of my family (My dad was a MIT professor). Also having been a professional actor during this entire time, being a...

...I have been tutoring Caltech and high school students in physics for four years. I have been preparing students for the math portion of the SAT and ACT tests, as well as the SAT subject test in math, for many years now. I have worked at test prep centers in the LA area, taught group courses, and worked with individual students.

...While at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, I took the Techniques in Ordinary Differential Equations course (Math 319) and received a B, and the Applied Mathematical Analysis courses (Math 321 and 322), for each of which I got an A. All these courses cover differential equations. I have al...

...I've been tutoring Math and Computer Science over the last two years part-timely. My specialties include but not limited to Java, Python, PHP, Javascript, HTML, CSS, Algebra. The approach I usually take, which has been proven to work well for many cases, is that we can start from basic concept & problems.

...Believe or not, it is true because in Pre**calculus** students have to cover different topics and get familiar with all of them, but in Calculus students' focus is mostly on couple of topics in depth. For this reason it is important to have a good understanding in Pre**calculus** to be successful in Cal...

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