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...I have worked as a **physics** teaching assistant throughout my five years as a graduate student at UCSC. Topics I have taught include classical mechanics, waves, fluids, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, special relativity, quantum mechanics, and mathematical methods. I have also taught a lecture course on introductory classical mechanics.

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...Understanding how each idea relates back to material that you do understand will make math and **physics** much less of a headache. Mathematics and **physics** are subjects I enjoyed in school and tutored in as well as being a teaching assistant. I have spent thousands of hours working through problems and a great deal of time helping students work through problems as well.

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...I work in conjunction with the textbook the teacher has assigned for the class and encourage the student to bring any notes they have taken. I took almost every honors and AP course my high school offered. In college, I took the honors organic chemistry series.

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