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...I studied chemistry at Oberlin College, and then went on to earn both a Master's degree and PhD in physical chemistry from Yale University. After that, I taught chemistry at Southwestern University for two years. I recently moved to Sugar Land, and am looking for a way to continue working with students in a part-time capacity.

...This stuff is not that tough, in other words. I do not believe in Common Core. This will be easily understood REAL Math and Physics.

...My area of specialization includes electrical engineering, electronics, maths, pre-algebra, pre **calculus**, **calculus** 1, Calculus II and Calculus III, science, algebra, and trigonometry. I was lucky to be able to work as a teaching assistant at my university while writing my thesis. I have always had a drive to help, and tutoring is an extension of that drive.

...I like to try different approaches to solving problems, because not everyone learns in the same way. I try to find the best approach to help each student understand the concepts, while having the patience and understanding to get the struggling students through the class. I worked for many years as an Engineer for a top company in Semiconductor Design.

During my teaching years, I taught Vector Calculus, College Algebra, Mathematical Thinking, Technical Mathematics (about trigonometry and vector) for an aviation program showing future pilots how trigonometry and vectors can help with their flights. I am teaching College Algebra classes at a local college. When students understand what math can do, that is usually my happy moment.

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