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...We cover the topics of vectors, velocity, acceleration, force, momentum, gravity, light, sound, electricity, and magnetism. I help students develop the skills and strong foundation in Math that they will need during their high school years and beyond. I cover the introduction to variables, factoring, inequalities, graphing, and absolute values.

...I have a solid understanding of the material for Calculus and have been able to effectively prepare students for their exams. I have a good idea of what kinds of questions show up on the AP Calculus AB/BC exams as I have tutored students in prepping for that; I have taken the AP Calculus BC exam...

...I graduated from Harvard College in 2015 with a degree in Statistics and have been a tutor for over eight years. My freshman year of high school, I founded a peer tutoring company with a couple of friends to meet demand at a local middle school. Over the course of the following four years, I developed a passion for helping students succeed.

...Probability is an interesting subject that has many real-life, day-to-day uses (eg. in playing poker), as well as more advanced applications (eg. quantum physics). It is a measure or estimation of the chance that an event will happen. I tutor many students in elementary math at the tutoring cent...

...Physics is everything around us. Though it is fascinating, the difficulty to sift through the roughness of math may sometimes discourage a good student from it. I will graduate in physics in 2013, and I will be very happy to let you find your way through this beautiful subject.

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