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...I graduated with honors from the National Institute of Technology, India, and my Master's thesis was adjudged worthy of distinction. My area of specialization includes electrical engineering, electronics, maths, pre-algebra, pre calculus, calculus 1, Calculus II and Calculus III, science, algebr...

I'm Arnold, male with a true passion for mathematics and science. I have been tutoring and have had great success with my students, ranging from middle school and non-traditional students. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes.

...I have been an undergraduate teaching assistant for algebra-based **physics**, where I taught the lab portion and led office hours and reviews for lecture portion. Most of my tutoring experience is in **physics** 1 and 2. I made a 780 on my SAT Math and a 770 on my SAT Math II subject test in 2011.

...My motto for teaching has always been: motivate the child to become an independent learner. My students love my style of teaching as I can really break down the math for them in such a way that they understand the concept. This stems from the fact that I have experienced the Eastern and the Western style of learning and teaching math.

...Finite math covers an assortment of topics including solving systems of equations through matrices, linear programming and optimization, probability, and basic statistics. As part of my engineering education and background, I have a solid knowledge and experience with each of these subjects. I have tutored many students in these subjects and their applications.

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