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...I look forward to hearing from you!Students who studied pre-algebra with me will recognize that I have already covered many of the Algebra 1 concepts. For new students, I need to first make sure they are solid with fractions arithmetic and prime factorization. Algebra 1 can be easy to learn once students understand the general rules and methods that I teach them.

...I enjoy learning, cooking, and juggling. I also like to read. I try to teach the organization of knowledge coherently with content for more efficient and fun learning.I have studied and researched in Physics (also authored papers with hundreds of citations and won several national awards) since high school.

...I am very patient with students, and I try multiple approaches to each problem until we find one that works for the student. At the end of the lesson, I can recommend sample resources to improve the student's performance on their own time.Received an A in the class and I have subsequently receiv...

...I give small - small but valuable tips to solve triangle, law of sines, law of cosine, verifying identities and graphing, etc. This is beginning of career path. To begin with, I give Practice Test to the student.

...With my experience as a teaching assistant and a tutor, I am most experienced with teaching math. In addition to my teaching and peer-tutoring experience, I have taken specialized online courses (on AOPS) and attended math camps meant for math competition preparation. I also scored an 800 on SAT II Mathematics as well as the math section of the SAT I.

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