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...At this point, the difficulty level in Organic Chemistry I increases exponentially and it keeps rising through Organic Chemistry II. Once students fall behind, it's quite challenging for them to solve multi-step synthesis problems, to draw out mechanisms, and/or to memorize reagents confidently....

...I have experience tutoring students with autism, ADD, ADHD, and other learning problems. In preparation for any of the above math-based tests, I focus on imparting deep-level mathematical understanding, and that can only be taught with individual attention. One of my great pleasures is helping students reach moments of epiphany when the light dawns and perplexity gives way to clarity.

...During my last year of full-time teaching I taught 2 different levels of AP Physics C [mechanics and E & M] for which 73% of my students [22 of 30] received a 5, the highest score possible. In addition, I am the author of a course called "Honors Physics" published by Teaching Point which include...

...I have been a tutor in calculus for approximately 10 years now, and used it in my math and **physics** work all the way up through graduating college in an intensive honors program. Geometry is the study of shapes and spaces in math; it's sort of taking a more physical view of math than Algebra whic...

...I am able to teach the rules of grammar to students, especially in preparation for the SAT, ACT and SSAT. I have tutored 25+ students in this subject over the last 5 years, and Geometry, along with Algebra II, remain my most highly requested subjects. I have tutored 20+ students over the last 5 years in Physics, focusing almost exclusively on Honors and AP level classes.

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