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...I graduated from MIT and am currently working on a start-up part time and at MIT as an instructor. I miss the one-on-one academic environment and am keen to share some of my knowledge. I would like to teach math (through BC calculus), science (physics, chemistry, biology, environmental), engine...

...I can help you too. I've worked with physics students at many levels, including high school students and college engineering majors. I studied physics at an honors level at Harvard, where I earned an Honors degree in Math.

...I myself achieved perfect scores on both math subject tests as well as the regular SAT as an eighth grader, so I am confident in my abilities to teach others test-taking strategies as well as help develop a mathematical mindset that will allow them to get through any topic that comes up! Chemist...

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line.

...I especially enjoy teaching math and science, and have extensive experience in tutoring physics (mechanics and E&M), algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and calculus. I am also an SAT I/II tutor and can offer mentorship services for the college application process. I interview prospective students for MIT and have a strong sense of what top universities are looking for in their applicants.

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