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...I listen to ExamKrackers Audio Osmosis in my car every day; I take a practice section on E-MCAT every night. I realize that half the battle is figuring out how to approach the test with confidence, and I can get you there, too. I studied for and passed the CBEST test myself.

I have received an MS in Physics from Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute in 1993. Courses in Differential Equations and Equations of Mathematical Physics were part of my curriculum. I have been a TA for the course in Differential Equations while a graduate student at University of Texas at Austin.

...It then introduces derivatives and later integration. After those concepts are mastered partial differentiation, multivariate integration, differential equations and differential operators are added. Calculus requires strong math skills in foundational math up through the level of trigonometry, and any holes or weaknesses in those areas need to be addressed.

...And I also taught an Introduction to Engineering Class as well as a Mechanics of Materials Class. The emphasis for my Master's degree was structural engineering and also included a number of mechanical engineering courses. Professionally I was a structural designer and systems engineer in the aerospace industry for 15 years.

I have trained at my math learning center to assess students, teach math through Socratic questioning and a way that makes sense to students, tutored various math levels including Algebra 1 since 2011 and worked with students on Common Core material. I have taken chemistry in high school along with receiving an A in my latest general chemistry class.

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