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...I majored in physics and math for the last two years in high school in Germany and then continued with more courses in college. I have been using concepts from physics in my work as an engineer. I have used MATLAB extensively for over 20 years in my work as an engineer and have taught an introd...

...I have been teaching/tutoring various subjects in the sciences and mathematics for over 5 years at high school and collegiate levels. I have taught sciences for undergraduate and graduate programs at Rutgers University, Drexel College of Medicine, and The Commonwealth Medical College. I am pat...

...I have also been tutoring math one-on-one for ten years. The format of our sessions can be adapted to the desires and needs of the student. I work best with students who are genuinely interested in learning and improving.I am going to receive a PHD at Rutgers soon, and my specialty is discrete math.

...I was trained in pedagogical methods while at FPU and am a certified CRLA Level III Master Tutor. I have been tutoring for 7 years with students ranging from high school to graduate school. I have taken Linear Algebra I & II from Fresno Pacific University and Advanced Linear Algebra from Claremont Graduate University.

...As both a Math and Materials Science major, I have a dual understanding of the subject of mathematics. There is the abstract theory and discovery involved in pure math, but there is also the multitude of useful applications that Math takes in Engineering and the real world. I got a 5 on both AP Calculus 1 and 2, an 800 on the Math SAT2 subject test, and a 2400 on the SAT.

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