I am a research scientist at Space Science Center, at the University of New Hampshire, doing research in plasma physics.
In Japan, I had tutored students from elementary school to high school in math and science for around 5 years, and I also had taught math and science at a cram school in Japan for several months to elementary school students.
When I took the National Center Test for University Admissions in Japan, which corresponds to SAT and ACT tests in the US, I got the perfect score for both math and physics. Although SAT and ACT in the US have a little bit different style from Japanese one, techniques for high scores are similar, and I am available to provide lessons for those tests. I also provide lessons in general math and physics, from elementary school level to college level.
I am a native Japanese, and I will also give interesting Japanese lessons. I am a conversation partner of a Japanese language leaner, and also I am doing Japanese-English and English-Japanese translation business, too. I will eagerly teach Japanese conversations, grammar, characters, reading, listening, speaking, and Japanese culture.
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