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...I have tutored different subjects to students from middle school, high school and college. I believe the key to success for any student is that they enjoy the subject they are learning and this is the tutor's job to guarantee it. My tutoring sessions are fun.

...I received an A (4.0) in the Harvard University undergraduate level course. I was asked to be a teaching fellow to assist others in this subject. This job required that I attend lectures two times per week, hold office hours, teach sections every week, grade exams, and help students at every point in their learning process.

I have been teaching **physics**, physical science, and chemistry for 13 years in public schools. Over that time I have ignited the same love of **physics** that I have in many of my students. Using many different delivery methods I have helped my students achieve successes they didn't think were possible.

...For the GRE, I earned a 168 (98%) on verbal reasoning, 164 (90%) on quantitative reasoning, and a 5 (92%) on analytical writing. For the SAT, I received a perfect score on critical reading and a combined score of 2250. As an engineer, I have an excellent math background and can help students with Basic Math, Algebra, Calculus, and Differential Equations.

...My love for math and **physics** helped me to get straight A in 95% of the Math and Physics I took in college and graduate school. I Always think a teacher is a life time learner, I assumed teachers even if they teach the same subject every year, they must have new stuff to learn every school year. ...

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