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...As a undergrad teaching assistant for the math department, I also helped students with various math courses including Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. I first learned entry level of Linear Algebra in high school (Vietnam) and decided to take the class during junior in college. I ended up with an A in the course.

...I quickly discovered that I enjoy teaching, and that I have a talent for making people feel comfortable and at ease. Throughout my undergraduate career, I tutored students individually and led group tutoring sessions. I enjoyed tutoring so much that I have continued tutoring despite working a full time job and attending evening classes for a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.

...You will find physics much more understandable when you see how it works in your own life. Prealgebra is a great course to teach because it is easy to bring real life examples into the teaching. Unlike, say calculus, students will be using the topics in prealgebra in their lives many times a day.

...Furthermore, I make an effort to identify what each student needs as individuals in order to become successful in physics.I have received my teacher certification in Pennsylvania in Physics for grades 7-12 through West Chester University. I have helped many high school and college students over ...

...My own score on a recent computerized practice SAT Math test was 800/800. I've been teaching and tutoring math for 30 years and hold a Master's Degree in Math Education. I have assisted many adult students in preparing for many exams, including the mathematics portion of the GRE.

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