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...I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical **physics**, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to calculus and differential equations. I taught calculus and differential equations at an engineering school for seven years.

...I also tutored high school students for chemistry. My methods are to pinpoint the student's weakness, then attain the required materials before the tutoring session along with possible homework so I am prepared during the tutoring session. I achieved the highest grade in my organic chemistry class as well as achieved 87th percentile on the MCAT for physical and chemical foundations section.

15+ years of tutoring in all levels and topics I have tutored Algebra (1, 2, and AP) at high school and college levels for over 15 years, starting while in college and continuing while working as a research scientist. I have tutored high school and college biology for 15 years, as well as working i...

I have a BS in math and 10 years high school math tutoring. I have 4 years of tutoring experience in the Northshore area. I have an MS in chemistry and I was a tutor for college and high school chemistry for over 10 years.

Though I have a Master's degree in Physics, my qualifications in Algebra include: (1) homeschooling my eldest son in algebra through Pre-Calculus, as well as in ACT math, (2) working as an instructional coach for math and science teachers in a large suburban high school district, and (3) over 20 yea...

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