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...My patience has been developed from my studies in Engineering and Business Information Systems; I have also done graduate-level work in project management and leadership and served in leadership of multiple non-profits. As a consultant, tutor and business coach, I provide you with the tools and ...

I have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics, one of the most mathematically demanding branches of physics, from UCLA. My undergrad degree from Cornell U. was also in physics. From my five years as a teaching assistant in Physics in graduate school at UCLA, I have a great deal of experience with students, and I know that most of them say "I hate physics", and that's OK.

...During my time at Drexel I tutored in the University's Math Resource Center (MRC) for 4 years (in subjects including Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Single and Multivariable Calculus, Probability and Statistics and more). I have also been tutoring privately on and off for about the same amou...

...I have taught hundreds of students preparing for high school level maths in the past, and all of the students I have taught showed great improvements in the exam scores and grades. I am also proficient in Microsoft Excel and database managing programs for those who are willing to be prepared to...

...I also volunteered as a teacher's aid for a year in college in two separate High School classrooms. I enjoy connecting with the student and getting them excited about math. As an Applied Mathematics major in college, I took classes such as calculus, geometry, linear algebra, discrete math, differential equations, etc.

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