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Hello! I am a recent graduate from Stanford University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. I have always loved math and science and though many students shy away from these subjects, it is my goal to show students that they can be fun, or at least alleviate some of the stress surrounding them.

...I also like to focus on study methods and helping the students get the most out of lectures and their textbook. While my degree is in **physics**, I can also tutor all the mathematics needed for an undergraduate education in **physics** such as calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. As n...

...In a smaller one-on-one setting you end up personally invested in the learning of the individual. All you attention gets to be focused on one place making it easier to present content, track learning and tailor teaching methods. I started tutoring algebra based **physics** while in college between classes.

...I've simulated synchronization properties of nano-cantilevers, created quasicrystals, and simulated ion trap dynamics. I spend approximately 5-7 hours a day coding in MATLAB. I have taken a class on numerical methods at Caltech that was done half in mathematica, half in Matlab.

...Calculus might be challenging for High School students and that's a good thing. It is easier to learn to think efficiently at younger age and the skills will stay longer sooner it is learned. What makes Calculus challenging is that all the teachers who had to lower the bars for students so at least 80% of students are getting a passing grades, because the system works this way.

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