...Some even improved from near failing to an A. Physical science is actually primarily a combination of chemistry and physics. In the first few years of my teaching career, I taught a course called introduction to physical science, and have been teaching chemistry and/ or physics ever since.
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...Before tutoring full time, I was a Teacher?s Assistant and tutor at Raritan Valley Community College for about two years.Covers all topics in Calculus I and II as well as vector Calculus (Calculus III). Covers theory and application of the kinematic and kinetic (dynamic) laws governing motion. E...
Somerset, NJView Tutor
...Some of the topics that student will need help with are: analyzing and graphing quadratic equations, polynomials, trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, inverse trigonometric functions, logarithmic functions, rational and exponential functions, complex numbers, inequalities, absolute ...
Staten Island, NYView Tutor
...I like the challenge of finding a new and different way to explain a difficult concept and it is an exciting experience when a new approach finally clicks for a student. Altogether I hope to show that with a little innovative thinking about the subject, math can even be fun! Some of my own standardized test scores include 780 Verbal/720 Math SAT I and 760 SAT II Writing.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...My infectious enthusiasm motivates my students to accept the challenge to be the best they can be. Additionally, I make sure we have a little fun as well. There is no better way to get a student to learn than to think they are having fun.
Parlin, NJView Tutor