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...Prior to receiving my B.S.E in Engineering Physics from the University of Michigan College of Engineering in 2005 I spent 3 years tutoring fellow college students in precalculus, calculus I & II, differential equations, as well as **physics** I & II. The tutee and I met one-on-one in an agreed upon ...

...In addition, I have tutored high school students in mathematics classes including: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. When tutoring, I focus on making links between the subject material and real-world problems. When working with students in mathematics, I focus on helping the student understand the applications of the exercise in addressing and solving real-world challenges.

I am a professor of **physics** in the Chicago area. I love to teach **physics**, both the **physics** majors and also to people who just like science or have an interest in learning. Part of my time is devoted to research in high energy **physics**, such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

...I have several years of public speaking experience, including a year as a Captain on the University of Chicago Mock Trial Team. I also received A grades in essay-based classes and writing assessments at the University of Chicago. I hold a B.A. in Economics with a Physics minor from the University of Chicago, where I achieved A grades in math classes up through multi-variable calculus.

...I also tutored math at that location, working on skills ranging from simple arithmetic through Geometry, Algebra II, and Trig. I am prepared to tutor any Calculus students as well. As opposed to standardized tests, in which the result is all-important - I believe comprehension and a consistent method of arriving at solutions should be stressed first, and that improved grades will follow.

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