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...I have attained a score of 800 on the SAT Math Subject Exam and I also attained a perfect score on the SAT 1 Math portion. Additionally, I have scored a 5 on the AP Calc exam nationwide and have a strong background in mathematics as I was usually one of the top in my graduating class in mathemat...

I am a graduate of a university, and I am a Physics and Engineering professor at a college. I have 6 years of experience tutoring and teaching Physics, math and various sciences from elementary through college. I primarily tutor high school math and sciences but also have extensive experience in all forms of engineering and higher mathematics including Calculus and Linear Algebra.

...Lately I've been tutoring mostly university physics, AP/IB Calculus and AP Physics. I have also taught some graduate level special topics courses in dynamical systems theory and geophysical fluid dynamics, and am active in software development (currently ".NET" using c#). I enjoy math and scie...

...I do have references from former students' parents that are available. My most lengthy tutoring position was with the same family for 9 years. Their 2 students maintained a B+/A1 average in Algebra and Geometry during their high school career.

...I believe learning is an individualized process that gives power and responsibility to individuals and is often hindered by standard approaches which are not tailored to individual needs. I would much rather teach somebody how to think than tell them what to think. This is very difficult with one size fits all bullet points and check boxes.

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