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...I am very good at teaching mathematics, from remedial math through calculus, and am really good at explaining things and helping folks grasp difficult concepts, and to become better learners. I am also extremely effective at writing. My career is as an actuarial consultant, and so I understand the beginning actuarial exams very well and can help you pass them.

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...When teaching physics, if the student was not comfortable with the math needed to understand the material, I filled in the gaps. As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, I taught physics (mechanics and electromagnetism) in several modes: a recitation instructor, teaching assistant, and tutor. As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, my specialty was astrophysics.

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