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...I taught courses on circuit theory, digital electronics, semiconductor device physics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, and electromagnetic wave propagation. I have a PhD in physics. I have taken several advanced math courses including finite math.
Gaithersburg, MDView Tutor
...Throughout the years at college, I discovered that in addition to a love for learning math, I loved teaching it as well. I gained valuable teaching experience from tutoring fellow students and working as a teaching assistant throughout my final three years of college. Tutoring fellow students allowed me to develop one-on-one teaching skills.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...I have also continued private tutoring. A particular skill is helping students relate to complex problems using real-world examples. Any tutoring assignment will begin with an evaluation--with the objective of establishing a mutual understanding of where the student needs help.
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...On ACT math, I scored 36/36 and on SAT math I scored 770/800. I took the SAT Math II subject test and scored 760/800. I'm a rising sophomore at Johns Hopkins University, but I'm home (Madison, WI) for the summer!
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