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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 ...

...My specialty is one-on-one tutoring and group tutoring. My tutoring style has been described as patient, passionate, dedicated, and friendly. My students think of me as a friendly person, as I maintain that relationship so that it is easiest for them to ask me any questions without any hesitation as well as understand the material in a much more comfortable environment.

...I have experience tutoring at a local university getting students to voice their opinions and ideas through writing. I got into tutoring composition when I started publishing work for local journals and national compilations. I will not be the tutor that just proofreads your papers.

...As a former MSc in Physics, I have a deep training in Math. My core in Math includes: Advanced Calculus (Integral and Differential Calculus), Mathematical Methods for Physics, Algebra, Trigonometry, and Earth's Math applied for seismic prospection. My core in Physics includes Advanced Physics M...

...Throughout my undergraduate years, I was fortunate to teach each grade level k-12 and my peers. I plan to gain as much teaching experience and knowledge so that I can become a wonderful chemistry professor. Chemistry is a mathematical science which requires one to have knowledge of mathematical concepts that reach up to the level or differential equations.

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