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...Students who struggle with basic math can feel very behind when they take higher level math. Unfortunately, there is no time for the teacher to go back and reteach or for the student to relearn these concepts. I generally assess the student's level to identify his or her "problem areas" and incorporate the misconceptions into the problems of his or her current math subject.

...I adapt my teaching style to the needs of the student. I believe in helping students develop a strong base and encourage my students to ask questions. Teaching gives me a sense of fulfillment, knowing that I can make a difference in a student's life and career.

...Excel Excel, Microsoft's preeminent spreadsheet application, has as many different uses as there are businesses. Popular tutorial tracks include Introductory Excel, Excel for Financial Analysis, and Programming with Excel VBA. Other topics include Power Pivot pivot tables and Microsoft's new Power BI for exciting data visualizations.

...I'm very patient and will break down a concept into more digestible chunks. I will draw parallels and compare/contrast to topics you already understand and can relate to. I will explain an idea from multiple angles until "it clicks".

I have completed Bachelor's of Science in Medical Physics and Master's of Science in Biomedical Physics. I have worked as a graduate teaching assistant for 3 years where I have tutored physics and math courses. I have taught various physics (General physics I and II, Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Light and Optics) and Math (Calculus and Algebra) courses.

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