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...For the past few years, I taught mathematics as an adjunct lecturer at CUNY Hunter College and Mercy College. I taught all sorts of different subjects- from very basic algebra to multivariable **calculus**. In the Fall of 2016, I decided to enroll in a PhD program at UC Boulder for Pure Math.

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...My education required me to master algebra and other mathematics. A full 3 year course of **calculus** with high grades, frequent use of **calculus** in my spare time and for work, years of experience tutoring **calculus**. I have a Biochemistry BA, and I have experience as an organic chemistry TA at university level.

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