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...After taking an early retirement recently and moving to the bay area, I?ve decided to continue doing what I love: working with students. Math and Physics are two subjects which many students find challenging. From my experience, often times learning these subjects in a large classroom setting c...

...Indeed, in Geometry students are introduced to learn how to understand and master the concepts as well as examples of undefined terms, axioms, theorems, and inductive and deductive reasoning. Also, they are able to write geometric proofs, including proofs by contradiction. They are able to prov...

...I authored several chapters for physics and math textbooks, wrote a solution manual to an entire physics textbook (solving every problem) and compiled, edited, and illustrated a highly reviewed Astronomy Textbook. I have also helped organize a yearly science-themed summer camp and prepared students for math and physics contests. I enjoy learning, cooking, and juggling.

I am a student at UC San Diego, and am proficient in up to high-school level maths and related subjects. I graduated from Western Reserve Academy in Ohio, and truly enjoy teaching these subjects. I am open to one-on-one tutoring or group sessions, and can make special accommodations for individual student's needs.

...My tutoring is entirely based on student's needs and goals. I strive to help all students reach a proficiency in which I am no longer necessary for them to perform at level that merits them the grade they desire. I accomplish this through example problems, requesting the student to attempt simi...

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