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...I am a recent graduate from MIT, and I have tutored pre-calculus and AP calculus students. I received a score of 5 on the AP Calculus test, and I got straight A's in my high school and college-level math courses. At MIT, I took some of the most rigorous Biology/Physiology courses with some of the leading professors in the nation.

...You?ll study the properties and relationships of points, lines,angles, curves, surfaces and solids. Also you'll begin to acquire some insight into postulates and proofs. I tutored college level Physics while in college myself so I have a feel for the pitfalls students encounter taking the course.

...I hold a B.A. degree in mathematics, and employ calculus constantly in my work as a theoretical chemist. There are two main areas of difficulty that chemistry students encounter: 1) understanding chemical principles (concepts), and 2) solving chemistry problems (applied math). I prepare my stude...

...I was then invited to play on several occasions for both the branch recitals and the convention. In addition, I have also participated in National Federation of Music Clubs Festival and have placed "Superior" many times. My appreciation and understanding of music has been fostered by my passion for classical ballet, and I hope to inspire you as music has for me.

...I can be contacted day and night to help the student when needed and will do whatever possible to ensure improvement and success! I excelled in math all throughout my years of education. I am able to teach the material clearly and help raise those math grades!

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