...There is a big difference between knowing something and showing others how to do something. To be a great teacher or tutor, you need good communication skills to be able to explain clearly an idea or topic so your audience can understand you. Other qualities and skillsets are also important.
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...My Physics students use formulas from Algebra I and Algebra II on a daily basis. As a pre-med and pre-architecture student at Yale University, I have taken both General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. I am certified to teach Chemistry by the State of New Jersey having passed the Chemistry PRAXIS exam and completed sufficient course credits in this subject.
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Hi! I have been tutoring chemistry for more than 10 years. I started as an undergrad while at Denison University (Granville, Ohio). While there I worked as a one-on-one and group tutor as well as a teaching assistant in the general chemistry labs.
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...After I obtained my bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University, I became a G.E.D. teacher for the school board for 2 years. I also have a Master's of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. My concentration is in math but I am capable of tutoring all...
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...My specialty is being able to patiently explain concepts while breaking them down step-by-step, especially in long and complicated problems, such as weak acid-strong base titration problems or calculations of emitted energy using the Balmer-Rydberg equation. I am also very willing to adapt my tu...
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