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...I have extensive tutoring experience in Physics I and Physics II, also AP Physics (AB and C) and High School Physics. I have also taught Physics for MCAT. My approach is rigorous and intuitive, and I try to improve conceptual understanding while presenting practical methods to recognize and solve problems.

I am an engineer with a multiple years of experience in technical fields. My love for understanding how things work, sparked my love for math and physics. Throughout high school and university I have completed multiple math and physics classes with distinction.

...Linear Algebra is the study of matrices and their properties. The applications for linear algebra are far reaching whether you want to continue studying advanced algebra or computer science. I studied logic, as math major, both in the context of my courses requiring proofs, as well as a separat...

...I have been a musician since I started playing violin when I was four years old. I've taught church choir classes, grou`p violin classes, and private violin and viola lessons. I know all sides of music -- from music theory and ear training, to music history, to playing stringed instruments, and more.

...I am able to patiently work through concepts in a way unique to the learning styles of each student. I currently teach Algebra and Geometry in the classroom, and that has broadened my experience of communicating mathematical concepts with various students. I'm typically free from 8am to 8pm on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, as well as 3:30pm to 8pm on Monday and Wednesday.

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