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...I am the perfect candidate to tutor for the physical sciences section of the MCAT, for which I am currently tutoring a student privately. I have tutored students in physical chemistry, introductory chemistry, and introductory physics in addition to tutoring a student for the Physics SAT Subject Test. I have taken linear algebra at Binghamton University, obtaining an A in the course.

...I learned Japanese as well, loving it and spending much time on it. I have a bachelor's degree in math and physics, I have tutored math for many students who want to pass college-entrance-examination, SAT math, GMAT and GRE math. I'm passionate and really love to teach students and help them achieve great improvement.

Hi, I've been teaching Math and Physics for a few years for high school and university students. I am interested in making a difference to your life - no matter what your age (adult learners are welcome)! My approach to guiding you would initially involve doing a swot analysis on the subject of in...

...I had full classes in the evening. I also taught young women in the East Hartford school system in a group called Head Start that cared for their children while they studied to pass the CT High School Diploma Test. I did this for more than 2 years.

My profession as a teacher gives me excellent experience working people at various ages, kids to young adults. I have experienced teaching all math subjects from arithmetic to calculus but my fortes are elementary, middle school common core maths, **statistics**, geometry and algebra. I have been tra...

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