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I am a PhD student in Organic Chemistry. I have been a tutor for over 6 years in all types of math up to Calculus, Physics and Chemistry.
I am currently also a teaching assistant at UIC. I teach students organic chemistry and organic lab. I have also taught general chemistry at the University.
Pre-medical student completing my junior year at the University of Pennsylvania. I will be majoring in Cognitive Neuroscience with a minor in Hispanic Studies.
I am especially interested in teaching adolescents, with a focus on science/math-related topics.
This is also my other big point of interest and source of passion in college
I'm current a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a double major in physics and astronomy and a minor in math, currently on dean's list with a 3.74 GPA. I attended Homewood-Flossmoor high school, and graduated 17 out of 713 in my class. I got 5's on both AP physics C exams and AP calculus B/C. I have actively tutored many other students and friends throughout high school and college. I'm a very patient, passionate teacher; I love studying physics, astronomy, and math as a whole, and I enjoy teaching it even more. These subjects are my life and my motivation, so sharing it with others is a really great experience for me and others.
I have experience working as a math tutor at the Math Center at Truman College. I help students in almost all levels of math from Pre Algebra to Calculus III and Differential Equation. In addition, I also help students with Chemistry and Physics. My style of tutoring is not helping students solve the problems but build the foundation and establish critical and logical thinking. I also encourage students to use technology and any other things to find new ways to solve problems or to explore more about the topics.
I love teaching physics because I have always been a scientist at heart, from making trebuchets in the attic, to forcing a thermometer into boiling water to see if it passes 100 degrees centigrade before evaporating, in order to confirm the laws of the physical states of matter. I love spreading my love of physics to others, because it makes me happy when I can have elaborate conversations about simple machines with random individuals. In order to have those conversations, I must first break physics down to a level in which others can easily grasp its concepts. I do this by applying concept decomposition, which is explaining the theory behind all of the abstract formulas and laws that riddle classical physics. Let's stop letting physics surprise us, and let's surprise it when you ace your electrostatics test, and 'Flummox Physics'.
~ I am a Millennium Academy graduate who breaks down all of the complexities that are found throughout math and science. I have also taught many middle-school children math and science overseas and participated in several volunteer mentoring programs throughout my community.
I personally love geometry, because it is one of the easiest, but yet most challenging to students. I am patient and understanding, because I have worked with a diversity of people over the span of 16 countries throughout the world, as well as contributing to an 'A' that my doctoral student earned in her statistics assignment. I am majoring in mechanical engineering, so naturally, I maintain an exemplary study ethic that inspires my students to achieve more.
All in all, I bring results. I know how to ...
I have been tutoring physics for 5 years, and have a bachelor's degree in physics.
I graduated from Texas A&M University with two degrees: Physics and Biochemistry. I did physics because I enjoyed it, and biochemistry for medical school (now doing a radiology residency). I have been doing physics and math tutoring for the past 5 years, and have really enjoyed it.
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