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...I received a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT. I come from 2 generations of chemists, so passing on the knowledge is something which comes naturally and brings me great pleasure. I have tutored the subject from the intro to the AP level for over a decade.

...She also thoroughly prepares students for upcoming tests. She is thoroughly engaged in your student's learning process and stay in touch, if necessary, with what is going on in their math class. She wants your student to be successful and have confidence in their math work and gain a positive attitude toward the same.

...I have also received "A"s in all of my math subjects including Multivariable Calculus and Differential Equations. Tutoring Economics and Accounting is second nature to me. Since I tutor at the local community college's tutoring center, I have helped over 200+ students every semester for the past 2 years better understand these subjects.

...I like teaching younger people to help their development and achieve their objectives. My experience in teaching is that applying the formulas and working the numbers are not that difficult for most people, but the subjects are not easy to understand conceptually. I explain these concepts generally and give specific examples so that these concepts are understood.

...Where Linear Algebra enables one to start seeing the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures themselves, Differential Equations enables one to start seeing the deep connection between mathematics and the operation of the real world. In other words, one begins to finally underst...

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