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...Differential equations also play a big role in my research in mathematical **physics**, therefore I have a much easier time illustrating its uses to students learning the subject for the first time. I have taken three linear algebra courses at Caltech as an undergraduate. One was introductory, one was advanced, and the third one was about applications of linear algebra.

...Sessions can be scheduled around these activities to best meet the needs of the student.I have experience teaching and tutoring through precalculus. I approach Algebra 1 from a stand point of learning the steps of single variable problem solving and the techniques needed to solve for those variables. Algebra 2 is an extension of Algebra 1.

...Keys to mastering Trigonometry include accurately identifying how sin & cos provide the foundation for the other four functions, how to read & properly orient right triangles within the unit circle, and understanding the behavior of the sinusoidal curves. With more than 8 years as an SAT Tutor, ...

...My understanding and involvement in tutoring led me to become a teacher?s assistant (TA) at UCLA where I hold discussions, grade examinations, and teach a class of approximately 300 people. I have also taken standardized tests such as the GRE, MCAT, and the SAT. Therefore, I truly believe I know what it takes to receive a good grade in a course or to do well on any standardized test.

...I would love to help others to do the same. I am a biology major and have enjoyed almost all A's on my biology courses. I achieved a 5 (out of 5) on the AP Biology and got the 99th percentile (14 out of 15) on the Biology portion of the MCAT.

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