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Algebra 1

I have taught college algebra for one semester at the University of Maine, while I was a full-time MBA student. Besides which I have taken many math and physics classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level as a student.

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Algebra 2

I have taught college algebra for one semester at the University of Maine, while I was a full-time MBA student. Besides which I have taken many math and physics classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level as a student.

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Calculus

I was a teaching assistant for many years for the calculus based introductory physics course. I have also taken many math and physics classes that have generally required an expertise in calculus to succeed.

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Chemistry

I have taught general chemistry lab to freshman at the University of Maine. As an undergraduate in physics I had to take many chemistry classes as well. I am quite comfortable in teaching AP chemistry and chemistry at the college freshman level or physical chemistry at junior level, since that is the closest to physics.

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Geometry

Geometry and algebra are the basis on which all other subjects rest, from calculus to physics. I have years of experience teaching physics and taking classes in physics and math, which would not have been possible without a thorough understanding of geometry.

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Physics

I have a bachelor's and a master's degree in physics. Plus I have classroom experience of many years leading problem solving or recitation sections of both the calculus and algebra based introductory physics classes. I was also in charge of preparing the key to the homework assignments which used by all the instructors, some of whom were professors, of the course. I have mentored new teaching assistants, and I have also taught high school students in the Upward bound math science program.

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Prealgebra

I have a master's degree in physics and I have taught college algebra at the University of Maine. I also have years of classroom experience teaching students how to tackle problems for college level physics courses.

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Precalculus

I was a teaching assistant for many years for the calculus based introductory physics course. I have also taken many math and physics classes that have generally required an expertise in calculus to succeed. So if I can teach calculus, I can certainly teach pre calculus, which requires a thorough background in co-ordinate geometry and trigonometry.

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Trigonometry

I have had years of experience teaching physics, knowing your trigonometry is an essential skill to do well in physics. I am pretty good trig, even if I say so myself. I have a lot of tricks up my sleeve which make learning and remembering trig formulas easier. Once you understand trig, conquering calculus becomes that much easier.

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Statistics

While doing my MBA and later as a doctoral student in finance, I have had to deal with a lot of statistical analysis. In addition to my MBA class, I have also taken graduate level statistics.

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SAT Math

I have taught college algebra for one semester at the University of Maine, while I was a full-time MBA student. Besides which I have taken many math and physics classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level as a student.

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Economics

I have taken several graduate level micro and macroeconomics classes in the recent past as a doctoral student in finance. I also have an MBA for which freshman level economics is a prerequisite. So I am pretty comfortable teaching this subject.

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Finance

Most of MBA electives were in finance and as a doctoral student in finance I even read the original papers that form the basis of modern finance, including but not limited to modern portfolio theory. I am also familiar with Microsoft Excel's financial functions as well as the use of a business calculator which can be very useful in tackling finance problems.

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GRE

I have taken the GRE myself and done very well, especially in the math section. I have several tricks to get through the math section quickly without making errors.

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Physical Science

I have a bachelors and a master's degree in physics, this has given me a thorough background in physical science. I have had classroom teaching experience in both physics and chemistry, and I have worked with high school students as well.

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TOEFL

Even the medium of instruction at my K-10 school was English, I had to take TOEFL when I applied for graduate study in the US. Needless to say I did very well. So I have actual test taking experience with TOEFL so I can help a student taking the exam better.

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GMAT

I have not taken the GMAT myself but taken GRE and the strategies to do well in both is not that dissimilar. I can be particularly helpful in tackling the data and math heavy sections.

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ACT Math

I have a master's degree in physics and I have taught college algebra at the University of Maine. I also have years of classroom experience teaching students how to tackle Problems for college level physics courses.

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ACT Science

I have both an undergraduate and graduate degree in physics and was a teaching assistant in physics for more than five years as a doctoral student at the University of Maine.