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...In Spring (2011), I had a Beverly Hills High student perform a near impossible feat: succeeding in Geometry beyond expectation. He had 3-4 weeks left to his finals in Geometry and his previous scores were lower than passing scores, with at least 3 quizzes left and 2 tests before the final. He d...

...In addition, I review Law of Sines, Law of Cosine, half angle and double angle formulas, and Pythagorean Identities. I find it amazing how some of my past students who hated trigonometry now find it as one of their favorite subjects in math. I have taught the Mathematics portion of the SAT numerous times in the past, to groups and individuals.

...I've since used it for various projects throughout college. Later on, I took a job as a research programmer, with most of the work coded in C++. Hence, I'm very comfortable with C++ as would be used in any introductory, intermediate, or data structures related course. I've taken a linear algeb...

...While at Caltech, I have been involved with many outreach programs and extracurricular activities, and I've also worked as a Dean's tutor, and organized many learning student seminars. However I really enjoy teaching, so I try to reach out to more students than just the ones in my immediate surr...

...It is then my goal to find and convey a method of teaching and explaining that works for each individual student. In addition to tutoring children with Autism, I am also willing to tutor math and reading comprehension in general. While I am not particularly qualified to tutor calculus and college level type math.

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