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...I have over seven years teaching/tutoring experience, as well as experience working in the biotech industry. I can tutor high school and college level math and chemistry classes, and am available afternoons, evenings, and most weekends.I received an "A" in Organic Chemistry at Mt. San Jacinto Community College, and a "B" in Synthetic Methods of Organic Chemistry at UCSD.

...I believe that mathematics and physics are the essential sciences to the development of our lives. I look forward to meet students to whom I can make learning these great subjects an enjoyable experience. Some of my methods of teaching center around targeting the weak points the students might ...

...The reason why I have been lucky enough to have been able to work full-time as tutor is that I retain my clients. I work with both high school and college level students. Since I have a degree in math, I can tutor higher level mathematics courses, like Calculus I, II, II, business Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations.

...I am also an Adjunct Professor of Physics. Linear algebra plays an important role in the solution of physics problems and is an essential part of my work. I have a passion for science, and like to share that with others.

...I have taught prealgebra in a classroom and thoroughly enjoyed it. This is the point when the kids can really start sinking their teeth into some pretty complex math problems and seeing how you can use their skills to do some important things. They also get introduced to the very basic concepts of algebra and that is where they can get a bit frustrated.

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