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...Chemistry is a difficult subject, and if I can provide assistance to a student in need, I know that I have made a big difference in the world. I have a PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan, which I received in 2011. During my time at the University I also taught a semester of Fluid Dynamics.

...In addition to teaching part-time at local colleges and universities, I have a Bachelor's degree in chemistry with a minor in biology from Boston University and a Ph.D. in chemistry from The Scripps Research Institute. I enjoy tutoring calculus because it has so many real-world applications; for example, in physics, engineering, and economics. Calculus is also a required premedical course.

...While I was in college, I was a professor's assistant for 3 years in a calculus class, which included me lecturing twice a week and working one-on-one with students. Upon graduating, I taught high school math (courses were College Prep, Algebra II, and Geometry), but I am well versed in high-lev...

...My goal as a Geometry tutor is to give my student clear techniques to help her/him discover the simplicity of solving geometric problems. I have a BS in Mathematics and a BS in Education from University of Maryland College Park. I also have an AS in Electrical Engineering From Northern Virginia Community College.

...I have taken various probability classes in my engineering college curriculum. I am fluent in combinations, permutations, geometric probability, basic combinatorial identities, random variables, conditional probability, recursion, and basic graph theory. I have implemented many of the above probability concepts in a discrete math setting in Python/Java programming environments.

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