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...They also get introduced to the very basic concepts of algebra and that is where they can get a bit frustrated. However, I found that with a little patience, creativity, and humor, even the students that deemed themselves "prealgebra hopeless" can be turned into the ones that enjoy the challenge...

...I received the highest grade in my class on all my tests. I have tutored this subject to over 20 different students and have had great results. I do great prep work for this class (in the form of an intensive Algebra review) and help students pass tests with simple tricks.

...I received an A in differential equations in both high school and college. I also received A's in many Engineering classes for which differential equations was foundational. The course typically begins with Euler's method and moves on to topics such as Ordinary Differential Equations, Second Order Equation Systems, and Laplace Transforms.

...When I was coaching Astronomy in high school, this was evident in the practice worksheets I provided: problems in increasing order of difficulty, with each problem having a new layer of complexity added. Within Physics, my strongest areas are Astronomy/Cosmology, Optics, and Mechanics. For the ...

...I have over seven years teaching/tutoring experience, as well as experience working in the biotech industry. I can tutor high school and college level math and chemistry classes, and am available afternoons, evenings, and most weekends.I received an "A" in Organic Chemistry at Mt. San Jacinto Community College, and a "B" in Synthetic Methods of Organic Chemistry at UCSD.

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