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...I have received perfect scores of 800 on the GRE Math Section, the SAT I Math Section, and the SAT II Math IIc Subject Test. MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND MATLAB: I am an expert user of MATLAB and have been using it for the past 14 years. I have used it extensively in research in a wide variety of fields including clinical medicine, engineering, and finance.

...I have taken Calculus 1,2 & 3 along with Differential Equations, Basic math algebra 1 & 2, Geometry etc. Science classes that I have taken but not limited to are Intro to Physics 1 & Electricity and Magnetism; along with quantum physics. I have taken Biology, Intro to Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and BioChemistry as well!

...I have long technical and administrative experience by working in corporate engineering companies and national laboratories. I have taught in several colleges and universities as Adjunct Faculty. I taught courses in Algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and statistics.

...I tutored several classmates in high school through math and chemistry, and all of them improved their average scores by over two letter grades by the end of the semester. I work alongside my students at their pace, making sure they understand each problem before moving on. I like to employ anecdotes and real world examples to explain mathematical concepts.

...I'm patient and will always makes sure understanding arrives before memorization. The key with learning physics is to click with the basics and then build upon this foundation concept by concept. With an appreciation of physics, the universe will unlock its secrets for you.

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