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...I was admitted to UCB Math PhD program (but chose Purdue PhD for some reason). Some of my students eventually go to top colleges (UCB (>=5 including 2 in 2015), Davis, UOP, U Chicago, UT Austin). Others did learn the basic Math they needed in their jobs and lives. My rates are very reasonable given what I could do to help. Many of my students are taking Hon.

I have been faculty at Northwestern University and Sonoma State University where I taught French, history, composition, literature. I also taught a freshman seminar at SSU, geared to helping new students successfully adapt to the demands of university academics. I have been an IB English teacher with 100% success rate for the three years I taught the program.

I tutored all lower division math classes at the Math Learning Center at Cabrillo Community College for 2 years. I assisted in the selection and training of tutors. I have taught algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, geometry, linear algebra, and business math at various community colleges and a state university for 4 years.

...I have extensive experience in tutoring chemistry to both high school and college students. Also I have taught at both the high school and college level. I am willing to give practice exams at no extra cost to help evaluate you or your child's areas of strength and weakness as well as monitor your or his or her progress in mastering chemistry.

...Therefore, the lessons are designed to suit the needs of the individual student. I am positive, enthusiastic, thorough, and patient. I encourage my students to do the best they can.

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