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...My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required a lot of Algebra. The most advanced math classes I have taken are Calculus 3 and Differential Equations. I have tutored college students in Algebra II.
Jersey City, NJView Tutor
...My method of tutoring involves a large bit of the Socratic method. If you are looking for a tutor to simply give you answers, I am not the person you are looking for. I will guide students to the point where they can come up with the solutions on their own, thus allowing them to truly understand and learn the material.
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...I have worked the past three years at Massachusetts General Hospital as a research assistant where part of my job was to teach undergraduate students about molecular biology techniques and basic immunology; I have enjoyed sharing my field and always end up learning more as well. My undergraduate...
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...Through my methods, students gain a deep understanding of each topic that goes beyond just taking a test. I'm currently in my second year of full time teaching.I graduated with a degree in Chemistry Education from CW Post. I have tutored many students in the past with great success.
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