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...I have been teaching and tutoring Physics for about 16 years both at high school and college level and my students have always been successful in their Physics. Physics and teaching are my passions and it's my job to make Physics fun and digestible to you. Since my PhD is in Mathematical Physic...

...Focus on procedural and conceptual understanding to help them feel successful to aid and propel them to the high level mastery column. -Students at low level of mastery: Focus on increasing fluency with multiple problems. Start with procedural understanding and gradually release them to concept...

...There are a ton of formulas and identities that many teachers ask students to memorize, however, I don't. I approach Trigonometry more logically, and limit the formula and identity memorization to an absolute minimum. If can be easily derived, why clutter your brain with another memorized formula.

...Upon arriving at UCLA, I was able to take multiple Differential Equations courses, Linear Algebra courses, and Analysis of Real Numbers--all of which build off of the fundamentals learned in the introductory Calculus curriculum. In high school, I took Honors Chemistry and received a 4 on the AP ...

...I have raised children of my own and am familiar with helping them to solve problems with their math studies. I find teaching students to understand math very rewarding. I learned to solve second order linear differential equations as part of my math tuition at Southampton University with further refreshment at Cranfield during my Master's degree course.

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