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...I enrolled in the Postbac Premedical Program at Columbia University and became a CRLA certified physics tutor serving students in the College of General Studies. Although I finished my program in May, 2013, I enjoy tutoring so much I am continuing on as I prepare to enter medical school. As a tutor, I stress active involvement from my tutees.

...I took a linear algebra class as part of my undergraduate education in electrical engineering. I also taught Introduction to Linear Algebra at Boston University for a semester. In addition, linear algebra forms the backbone of much of the math that I have done as a graduate student and as a research scientist.

...I have worked with elementary through high school students as an in-school tutor, as a private tutor, and as a teacher within a homeschool collective. Much of this has been tutoring math (elementary math through calculus), but I have also taught and tutored English/Language Arts, history, and ph...

...With students diagnosed with ADD it is essential that we maximize the students' ability to concentrate. I thus teach the students in a calm environment and often give students checklists (agendas) of what they will learn that day, which allows the student to focus more clearly because they can anticipate what will come next. I tutored biostatistics at Northwestern.

...Geometry might be my favorite subject to teach! I have taught some type of geometry course every single year of my ten years teaching so far. These courses include: geometry, plane geometry, and advanced geometry and trigonometry.

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