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...I recently graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT, which requires a deep understanding of math. I have tutored students in higher level math courses, such as Calculus; however, I can also help students with Algebra as this is one of the main foundations of mathematics. I work with students until they understand the material.

...Not only do I care immensely about the academic success of others, but my superb test results also validate that I am qualified for this role. I was able to score an 800 on the math section of the SAT and a 750 on the SAT mathematics level 2 subject test. I believe that these qualities about me make me an excellent candidate for this position.

...I have taken many courses in Calculus, ranging from Introductory Calculus to Multi-Variable Calculus. I received a score of a 5 on the AP Calculus BC test in high school. I have also tutored in Calculus before and teaching this subject comes very easy to me.

...My hope is to instill in my students an awareness of the importance of this course, and help them build a solid understanding of the material. Success in the sciences starts with a solid foundation in **calculus**. I have over 10 years of experience tutoring **calculus** to high school and college students.

...Before that I worked as a data analyst in the biomedical field. From multiple job changes, I have found that the most powerful ways to learn are through self-study, and direct tutoring. I enjoy being a part of the satisfaction of having conquered a subject, whether easy or difficult.

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