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First, I' m retired Aerospace engineer, but I love to teach, and I have a B.S. in Physics. I have been helping students in my own community to achieve great success in SAT, AP mathematics, and **physics**. also I worked as long term substitute **physics** teacher in memorial high school on Pasadena school ...

...I started teaching as a UT - college tutor, helping students gain in-depth knowledge in Geology, Physics & Maths (after school hours) and I still continued teaching even after my college degrees, because impacting knowledge and developing others has always been my passion. I love teaching and h...

I'm an engineer at NASA. I got my Bachelor's in Aerospace Engineering at University of Michigan and my Master's in Aerospace Engineering at Stanford. I have experience in tutoring elementary kids in reading, writing, and math and experience in tutoring college kids in math, calculus (multi-variable and differential equations), **physics**, and statistics.

...In addition, a thorough grasp of algebra is necessary for higher-level math classes such as Calculus II and Differential Equations, which I've also taken. I made an A in Pre-AP Algebra II in high school. Mastery of this course proved essential in subsequent math classes such as Pre-Calculus.

...I am adept at SPSS because I have used it for science research and teaching other graduate students. As part of my academic subjects for my Ph.D. in Biomedical Science, I took more than 18 credits of graduate level statistics courses and in each course, we were taught and required to use the SAS...

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