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...Please review my student feedback and subject list and feel free to contact me to schedule a tutoring session if you need any assistance in the subjects that I tutor.I earned my MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management in June 2009. The MBA covers the required materials for Business, Accounti...

...During my years there, I graded math tests in the engineering school ranging from pre-calculus to Calculus 1-3 as well as the higher courses of Differential Equations and Numerical Methods. I also provided tutoring in those classes. I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class.

...My coursework includes the following: Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Analysis on the Real Line, Analysis in n-Space, Complex Analysis, Abstract Algebra (Groups, Rings, Fields, Galois Theory), General/Algebraic Topology, Me...

...I've helped many students tackle and succeed with this material and provided insights on how it ties together with trig, calc, and other big picture ideas. Familiar with AP Calculus test material as well as fundamental theory. Fluent in topics of limits, derivatives, integrals, sequences and series, as well as application of these methods in the sciences and higher mathematics.

...I have taken **chemistry** in high school at Lake Elsinore High and University of California Riverside during my undergraduate years. Chemistry deals with the properties of matter, and the transformation and interactions of matter and energy. Central to **chemistry** is the interaction of one substance...

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