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...I am truly fascinated with every aspect of science, and would love to share my knowledge and passion with students to help them succeed through their academic career. I understand that biological sciences, calculus, and statistics, while fascinating as they are, can be difficult to understand an...

...I received a 34/36 on the ACT, a top 99th percentile score which not only enabled me to get into Harvard, but to become recognized as one of 144 Presidential Scholars by President Emeritus George W. Bush. After graduating from Harvard in 2011, I became a certified English teacher and taught hig...

...I start every engagement with a thorough consultation to analyze each student?s strengths and weaknesses. I spend extra time getting to know each student beyond the numbers. By getting to know the whole person, I avoid bumps in the road and am able to smoothly navigate a pathway to success.

...Areas of expertise include Finance, Statistics, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Math Analysis, Precalculus, Calculus (AP), Linear Algebra, Differential Calculus, Complex Analysis, Discrete Mathematics, Number Theory, Financial Mathematics, Java, and SAT Math. I can also help...

...For me, I am a specialist in Math and Physics and I am going to participate in Mechanical Engineering program in City College. I was a student in Hong Kong and tutored other high school students in Math and Physics for the intense public exam-- HKCEE, for several months. After I came to New York, I continued to improve myself in all facets in order to merge in college level workload.

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