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I am an experienced tutor in math and science subjects. I have an undergraduate and a graduate degree in electrical engineering and have tutored many students before. I am patient and will always work with students to overcome obstacles that they might have.

...Since high school, I have regularly practiced Spanish with friends who are native speakers. Further, I have always had a great interest in grammar, so my Spanish grammar continues to improve in advanced grammar topics. I am a math major at Caltech currently doing research in graph theory and combinatorics with a professor at Caltech.

...The pace of the material covered will depend on the students' comfort level and understanding. Algebra 2 builds on concepts introduced in Algebra 1 and Geometry. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and includes the study of trigonometric functions.

...I have tutored high school juniors and seniors for general physics courses and worked as a TA at the UO this past school year for a couple of human physiology major courses: biostatistics and medical terminology. I am a Human Physiology major at the University of Oregon going into my senior year...

...I was also a volunteer tutor at a Pasadena middle school and have two teenage children, so I have experience in tutoring younger students as well. I prefer tutoring to classroom teaching because education is much more effective when it is one-on-one between teacher and student. I scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT Math exam, and in the 98th percentile on the GRE Quantitative exam.

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