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...This tutoring experience may be my most significant qualification as a physics tutor. Neither the time I spent earning my bachelors in Engineering Physics at U of M nor my time studying graduate physics at San Diego State University could prepare me for efficiently sharing the knowledge of physi...

...B.S., Benedictine University M.S., University of Chicago I have a B.S., Benedictine University, and M.S., University of Chicago. Having earned a master's degree in mathematics, I have the knowledge and experience necessary to teach discrete math. I have taken courses in logic, number theory, probability and statistics, and linear algebra; all these courses are a part of discrete math.

...I was a mechanical engineer with Caterpillar for three years and I tutored at Wright College (one of the City Colleges of Chicago) for over five years. Although I tutor different levels of different courses, I like to approach tutoring from a student's perspective. In this view, I am usually ab...

...When teachers and tutors create lessons that interest students, they will stay engaged, learn more, and retain that knowledge. I have learned to make math accessible to a diverse group of students from 6th grade through Calculus. I believe it is essential to build strong relationships with stud...

...I have worked on both short and long term projects with physicians, engineers, undergraduates, and graduate students. If you are in need of assistance with the mathematical/computational aspects of your project, feel free to contact me. I enjoy consulting on math projects tremendously and would...

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