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...I obtained a 690 on SAT Biology during my high school years, taken biology and physics courses in college and have a cumulative GPA of 3.9 from science courses at Austin Community College, and have done science fair researches at the University of Texas at Austin Cockrell School of Engineering an...

...This past spring (2014) I taught a physics course at The Evergreen State College which required a thorough working knowledge of both Algebra I and Algebra II (also geometry and trigonometry). I tutored algebra at a tutoring center for over three years. I taught algebra at The University of Arizona for two years. I tutored algebra privately for over five years.

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