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...Additionally, I have used various levels of math (from algebra, to trigonometry, to higher levels of calculus) continuously throughout my PhD research and often in conjunction with MATLAB. I bring practical math experience into my teaching and can use this practicality to help students understand these often abstract concepts. I am a scientist through and through.

...I can teach all levels of math, including but not limited to: SAT math, Calculus, Algebra, probability, and more. My college GPA is 3.8, and my high school academic GPA was 4.46. If you are interested, I can also help with counseling/college applications.

...Hari also coached a Science Olympiad team advancing to regional finals. Hari is passionate about coaching and growing young kids and building their math and reasoning skills. Hari has a master's in computer applications and have coached his own sons for last 12 years.

...I have experience with teenagers and children from ages 6-16, and have had previous experiences tutoring and acting as a camp counselor in a UCLA summer camp. I love teaching and helping people out with academics, and am dedicated to improving both myself and the student's academic capabilities ...

I graduated with honors from UC Davis with double major in Psychology and Statistics and minor in Education. I earned a 3.97 GPA and received two outstanding performance awards for being one of the top students in each major. Additionally, I scored a 5 on the AP Literature test, AP Calculus AB test, and AP Psychology test, as well as an 800 on the SAT Math II test.

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