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Chemistry is one of my favorite subjects to tutor. Ever since taking AP Chemistry in high school and Advanced Chemistry in college, I have gained an appreciation of the work required to master the course. Whether teaching stoichiometry, periodic trends, or kinetic molecular theory, I help students effectively learn complex concepts in a short period of time.

...I have never actually taught Probability Theory, but I have enjoyed explaining selected topics to curious friends. There is something in this subject that attracts all kinds of people. Discrete math is one of my strongest areas of expertise.

...Perhaps most noteworthy, I have successfully helped students master the fundamentals of differentiation, integration (including integration by substitution, integration by trig substitution, and integration by parts), limits, vector **calculus**, and differential equations. Perhaps most noteworthy, ...

...I taught small groups of students (3 - 10), or provided tutoring to individual students. Topics covered included Logic, Geometric proofs, Geometry of the plane, 3-D Geometry, Common Core, etc. There is not one aspect of high school Geometry that I have not taught.

...I have been trained by a tutoring company in NYC to tutor students preparing for the SAT. The changes being made to the SAT will put a heavier emphasis on data analysis as well as interpreting graphs and charts. There are several general test-taking techniques that I teach for all standardized tests, and several methodologies that specifically apply to the math section of the SAT.

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