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...I have taught many different courses at the university level covering a variety of physics and astronomy topics. I have worked as a certified MCAT instructor at a prestigious test prep company, specializing in teaching MCAT physics. Let me be a part of your academic journey and I will do every ...

...I take a hardware-first approach to teaching computer science principles in order to instill an understanding of both the user's requirements and the physical processes involved in executing them. I've found that this methodology enables the student to move easily between many different implemen...

...I first tutored Calculus at a college level in 2012 and though it is a subject students often struggle with, it remains one of my favorites to study and to teach. I have taken AP **statistics**, econometrics, and **statistics** designed for the behavioral sciences (three college courses) as well as stat...

...These include Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus and Applications. MS (Mathematics, WSU-2006), MSE (Engineering-ASU, 2010): I have taught full semester Mathematics courses in college. These include Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus and Applications.

...I am a certified teacher in AZ with a specific addition to my certificate allowing me to teach high school math. When I am tutoring in trigonometry, I focus on demonstrating why the ratios work the way they do and give my students practical ways to remind themselves of the rules even in the most...

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