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...I took AP Chemistry in high school -- scoring a 5 and 800 on subject SAT -- and fell in love with the subject. At Cal, I have A's in general chemistry and organic chemistry and would love to teach other students! My work at my lab position has made me very familiar with cellular and molecular biology and I would be able to tutor students in those subjects!

...When I teach math concepts such as Geometry, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry especially connects well to the arts and architecture.

...Then, I demonstrate how to solve example problems and request the student to attempt similar problems by themselves with my supervision. I am very patient with students, and I try multiple approaches to each problem until we find one that works for the student. At the end of the lesson, I can r...

...Calculus is a fascinating subject and often considered the gateway to higher math. I have taught both **precalculus** and SAT Level 2 (which covers similar material). Most of **precalculus** is about the basic functions: polynomial, rational, trigonometric, and exponential/logarithmic. If you know how these functions look and behave, I've found that most of the subject becomes easier.

...I have very deep and excellent knowledge in this subject. I worked with many students and taught them this subject. A differential equation states how a rate of change (a "differential") in one variable is related to other variables.

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