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...My favorite topics to teach are functional languages, JavaScript - closures, prototypal inheritance, etc., as well as cutting-edge web technologies - Node.js, AngularJS, HTML5, and more. I worked with MATLAB extensively while studying Electrical Engineering in college. MATLAB was used in multiple Digital Signal Processing classes.

...My tutoring approach involves three essential steps. First, you should know what aspects of the material to focus on. If certain material is typically covered five times as much as other material on exams then you need to know that in advance.

...I have taught many Calculus students. Trigonometry is very interesting subject. We have all these topics in Trigonometry, the study of sine and cosine and tangent relationships, Pythagorean identities, angle sum and difference identities, double angle and multiple angle formulas, power reductio...

...The first section contains two essays. The next five sections cover verbal ability (reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence) and quantitative ability (problem solving, quantitative comparison, and numeric entry). GRE verbal part of the exam tests vocabulary primarily i...

...I have had success tutoring local high school and Stanford students in paper writing, statistics, economics, math, and physics. I have taught software engineers and other professionals statistics, writing, and machine learning. I also enjoy tutoring younger kids (5th - 8th grade) in writing, math, and science, as well as preparing them for the upper and middle SSAT and ISEE tests.

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