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...I'm an undergraduate pure math student at UC Berkeley and am currently taking upper division math courses. I can cover SAT/ACT math, calculus (single and multivariable), all other forms of high school math, discrete math and linear algebra. I'm a highly successful student academically.

...Learn good techniques mean to learn the best way to solve a problem which uses the least amount of time while having the lowest chance of making a careless mistake. Once you mastered the techniques, then it is practice, practice, practice. Students should do as many practice tests as they can in the last two months leading up to the ACT test.

...Students make numbers sense and use factoring of numerators and denominators and properties of exponents. Factoring a numbers is the basic step for them to do some operations on fractions as well as know how to reduce fractions. They have so far known and used different representations of frac...

Professionally, I began tutoring in 2001, and teaching in 2006. My love of teaching began when I was young - I would instruct playmates to sit in front of a chalkboard so that I could explain things to them. Luckily, I've learned quite a few teaching techniques since then, and have become a much less overbearing friend.

...PS: I have a PhD in theoretical physics, am a Phi Beta Kappa, graduated from the two best universities in China, and was once a NASA scientist.I have a PhD in theoretical physics which requires comprehensive training in mathematical methods and have working experience with differential equations ...

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