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...As a student, I have always been very organized and thorough, and I try to being out those same qualities in the students I tutor. I have tutored college students in subjects ranging from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, and I am a Level I CLRA certified tutor. Having held a number of jobs in college, tutoring was definitely the most challenging but also the most fulfilling.
Jersey City, NJView Tutor
...Additionally, I am a certified yoga teacher, with ample experience in health, nutrition, and breath work. I have always had an inclination for the education of others. As far back as I can remember, I never turn down the opportunity to explain something when people do not understand, especially when it comes to math and science.
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...The course may include use of intermediate algebra, trigonometry and calculus. Topics include vectors, Kinematics, Newton's Laws, Equilibrium, Gravity, Energy, Momentum, Rotational motion, Harmonic motion, Electricity, Magnetics, and Optics. I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Physics at Farmingdale State College, Nassau Community College and Old Westbury.
Garden City, NYView Tutor
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