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...Score of 5 on AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, as well as a score of 6 on IB Higher Level Mathematics, and a 5 on IB Further Mathematics. Attending Stanford for Electrical Engineering, with coursework in differential equations and vector **calculus**. Score of 5 on the AP Physics B examination, as well as a score of 6 on the IB Physics Higher Level examination.

...I would sometimes lecture on basic concepts or specific points of syntax, as necessary, but primarily functioned as an individual tutor for each student, in-person during class time, and online at other times. To help build class camaraderie and inject a bit of fun, we would also watch classic s...

...I have had the pleasure of being a high school Science Chairman, teaching and designing the chemistry curriculum. I also have work experience as a Medical Lab Tech running blood chemistry tests. My education includes a B.A. in chemistry, a B.A. in mathematics plus 90 graduate units in pure and applied mathematics.

...The classes I teach are equivalent to the 1st and 2nd semester of college **calculus** classes. I show patience and clarity in my teaching by asking questions to check for understanding, visually showing examples, and discussing the application of the concept. I taught pre **calculus** for 5 years and am well versed in the concepts taught.

...Students that undergo inquiry-based learning are conditioned to the unique thought process necessary in science and math subjects and will be prepared to approach all varieties of problem solving. This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic ...

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