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...My students describe me as "Great at explaining material" or "Gives examples and makes sure everyone understands material". I care about the needs of my students and I customize my lessons to help them achieve their goals. Contact me so that we can start talking about your academic goals.I have worked for the 2 leading test prep companies, Kaplan and The Princeton Review.

...I am an avid Java programmer and can teach you how to utilize this in-demand language. Discrete math includes a wide variety of mathematical topics and is utilized heavily in computer science. I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory.

...One cannot learn Physics without understanding the mathematics behind the theory. I majored in Physics at UPenn, got a 5 on my AP Physics B and C exams, an 800 on my Physics SAT2. I am used to helping my peers with Physics problem sets (both in high school and college). Event though it has been...

...I am able to read, write and communicate in Mandarin. I volunteered at local Chinese school program and helped children to learn to speak Mandarin with interest. For students who are interested to learn Mandarin from the beginning level, I am able to teach PINYIN.

...Additionally I can integrate **calculus** with trigonometry and geometry. As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems. I have that dual ability to teach the Mathematics and relate it to the physical problems.

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