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...I am also able to tutor various examination preparations, including the SATII Physics, SAT I and II Mathematics, the AP Physics "B" Examintion, the AP Physics "C" Examination (Mechanics and/or Electricity/Magnetism), the AP Calculus Levels "AB" and "BC", the MCAT (**physics** sections only) and the G...

...Since then, I worked at a software company, using Python and Perl to do part of my job. I am now returning to the world of education, one aspect being tutoring.As an undergraduate and graduate student in **physics**, applied mathematics, including calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra...

...I have been enjoying every minute of it. I consider myself personable and down to earth, and I have always received positive feedback from my students. Physics is often viewed as memorizing a myriad of distinct equations, but understanding where these equations come from, what they mean, and why we use them is ultimately the key to solving different problems.

...At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram. Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior. It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior.

I will help my students learn how to solve problems, not just memorize facts and figures. Starting with an assessment of your current strengths and areas for improvement, I will put together a plan to improve your academic performance in the physical sciences or mathematics. My goal is to see you reach a personal "Aha! moment" during each session.

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