...I majored in both chemistry and math at Binghamton University, where I graduated with a 3.85 GPA in my majors. I will be starting my PhD at Stanford in Theoretical Chemistry, which is a combination of math, physics, and chemistry. I am the perfect candidate to tutor for the physical sciences section of the MCAT, for which I am currently tutoring a student privately.
Stanford, CAView Tutor
...I have taught Chemistry at several high schools and enjoyed it greatly. I also enjoy watching the light go on when my students get those problems they thought were tough. I have had the pleasure of being a high school Science Chairman, teaching and designing the chemistry curriculum.
San Jose, CAView Tutor
...The best way to get a high score is to practice, practice, practice, because then you start to think the way the writers do! While I was home caring for my children, I taught GED courses in East Hartford, CT for more than 4 years. I had full classes in the evening.
San Carlos, CAView Tutor
I used to teach EE, Differential Eqn., Advanced Eng'g Math and some computer subjects in different colleges/universities in the Philippines. I am a licensed Electrical Engineer there. I also passed the Engineer-in-Training Exam (Fundamentals of Eng'g) of California with just one try, and without attending any review classes.
South San Francisco, CAView Tutor
...I majored in Physics in college and have been teaching and tutoring it for over 10 years. I have worked as a physics writer and editor and particularly enjoy helping students who feel that it is not their strong suit. I can relate it well to writers and artists as well as those with a penchant for numbers.
Palo Alto, CAView Tutor