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When I attended Rutgers University as an undergraduate, I was very fortunate to have learned from someone who won the New Jersey Teacher Of The Year award and who was also on the Ford Foundation's committee to revamp the State's mathematics teaching base. The most important lesson taught there and ...
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Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...As a undergrad teaching assistant for the math department, I also helped students with various math courses including Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. I first learned entry level of Linear Algebra in high school (Vietnam) and decided to take the class during junior in college. I ended up with an A in the course.
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