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...A full 3 year course of calculus with high grades, frequent use of calculus in my spare time and for work, years of experience tutoring calculus. I have a Biochemistry BA, and I have experience as an organic chemistry TA at university level. I have written much of an organic chemistry lab manual that was published and used in the teaching labs at my university.

My time teaching math to middle school students taught me the importance of making a connection between real life and learning. My goal is to make each lesson engaging by using real life examples to better help students understand concepts. I also work with students to better organize their study ...

...Through my educational background, I believe that understanding previous material fully and the derivation of this material are crucial for understanding and remembering new concepts. As a tutor, I reinforce this understanding of the fundamentals to help a student learn difficult concepts. I ta...

...I had a class in linear algebra back in undergrad, and have used it in a variety of other classes throughout my graduate degrees. I have used it professionally doing signal processing using MATLAB. The benefit of MATLAB over other languages is in processing matrices, and processing matrices is what linear algebra is all about.

...I tutored college math (algebra and calculus) to several students when I was a student. I was also a Japanese conversation partner for several students. I believe everybody has a different learning style, so I adjust my teaching style as I get to know the student.

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