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...I am great in problem solving and can easily approach difficult problems. Crash courses for exams are welcome. I am well-versed in advanced courses - MCAT Prep as well as Org. chem 1 & 2, and general chemistry, general physics, and courses for chemistry major.

...I prize the opportunity to help develop not only content knowledge but habits of mind for successful work in math and science. As a trained physicist, I have had to breathe mathematics on a deep, intuitive level. As a teacher in physics, I have continually wrestled with how to develop that intuition in students, each of whom is unique.

...During my time at Johns Hopkins studying Applied Math and Statistics, I took a course in Differential Equations. I also had to use some differential equations in a Quantum Mechanics based Spectroscopy course. I've taken Honors Linear Algebra from the math department at JHU.

...I have worked with many students to help them get through quizzes, midterms, finals and the AP exam. I would be happy to help you, too! As a recipient of a perfect 800 score on the math SAT back in the day, I know what it takes to get through this type of high-stress test.

...I use many examples and problems, starting with easy ones and working up to harder ones. As they progress I help them see how these particular examples and problems fit into the big ideas they are studying. I have also found that study skills and organization play a large role in students' academic success, and that certain study techniques are particularly useful for math and physics.

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