...So far, the list of courses that I taught is as follows: (1) Precalculus, (2) Calculus I, (3) Calculus II, (4) Calculus III, (5) Calculus based probability theory, (6) Real Analysis I, (7) Real Analysis II. In the process of teaching, I developed copious lecture notes, exams, animations, and oth...
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...I am a third year medical student. I took my USMLE step 1 exam a week ago and studied pharmacology in depth. The best way to go about teaching pharmacology is to understand the normal processes of the body and explain to the student how the drug enhances or decreases the normal response.
Nutley, NJView Tutor
...In 2013, I advised four students who are applying to top tier schools in the Philadelphia area such as Bryn Mawr, Haverford, UPenn, and Swarthmore. In 2014 and beyond, I have consulted with students applying to Duke, Haverford, and Harvard, University of Chicago, and Fordham. I have passed the ...
Hawthorne, NJView Tutor
...Reading is fundamental but truly understanding what you read makes it fun. Poets, authors, and playwrights have developed stories into literary masterpieces by using the sum of the parts to create the student's goal of using what they learned. Students can benefit from understanding the differences between non-fiction, fiction, essay, and autobiographical prose.
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...My students vary from Kindergarten through grade 12, as well as college students for Algebra and Writing. I tutor a variety of subjects but mainly Mathematics and English, Reading, and Writing for elementary. For high school students, most NY State Regents examinations and the Scholastic Aptitu...
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