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...Thus, I can not only explain linear algebra to students, but also provide examples of how it is used in real-life applications. I am a PhD Computational Scientist, and in the course of my research I have written hundreds of Perl programs to solve computational problems. I have an excellent knowledge of the language, and I have experience training graduate students to program in Perl.
Somerset, NJView Tutor
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Springfield, NJView Tutor
...For people who are visual learners, I teach with graphs, charts, pictures, etc. For people who learn best through mnemonics, I teach with catchy rhymes and popular song rhythms. I believe each student has a different way of learning and the best teachers are those who can accommodate for those needs.
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...Additionally, I can also recommend which books and study guides to use and how to best prepare for the specific exam. Most importantly, I will teach a student how to attack the problem and how to think of the solution. Anyone can pick up study guides and practice exam books and go through it while checking their work with solutions at the back.
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