Struggling with math? I can help you from basic algebra all the way to college math courses.
A bit of myself: In 1984, I was admitted to Fudan University, Shanghai, China, with a high score in the Chinese College Entrance Exam. Especially in Math (which is considered the most difficult Math exam ever since its inception) , I scored 113 (out of 120), while the average score in City of Beijing is 17.
Majored in Applied Math, I got B.S. and M.S. from Fudan University. I taught college math for three years in China, covering the subjects such as College Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics and Differential Equations. I came to the US in 1995 and earned my Ph.D. degree from the University of Notre Dame, majoring in Electrical Engineering. I published numerous papers and co-authored one book for my research work in the areas of Mathematics and System and Control Theory. I also have ten years' experience as a software engineer.
My Teaching/tutoring style: Based on my assessment of a particular student's learning experience, I will adopt a methodology that is tailored to the student's needs. Whether it is a topic that the student has already been taught, or it is a totally new topic, or it's required to be dug deeper into (e.g., for Math competitions), I would generally start slowly and proceed steadily. By respecting student's self-esteem and building up student's confidence in understanding of the fundamentals, we can then move on to more advanced topics.
For preparation on standardized tests and AP exams, it's better that I have tutored the student for at least 6 months.
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