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Hello students and parents! I am a rising junior studying at the University of Pennsylvania. I am pursuing a dual degree between the College of Arts & Sciences (major in mathematical economics) & the Wharton School (concentration in statistics) and intending to minor in physics. Throughout my four years of high school as well my last two years as an undergraduate, I have not just developed a passion for mathematics but and an aesthetic appreciation for the discipline. In addition to taking all of the advanced mathematics courses offered at my high school, recreationally, I have worked on proving new theorems and discovering newer concepts and insights in diverse fields, primarily algebra, numerical analysis, and calculus. While I have observed that some students find mathematics difficult or boring, I believe that everyone who can think logically has an innate potential for math. Often, given incorrect or uninteresting instruction, math can indeed appear to be a bore; this is why I like to try and bring out the best of math in students. I like to provide a holistic instruction in mathematics and render it as a very logical and intuitive subject rather than an abstract and cryptic blur. I try to do this by starting with fundamental concepts, and gradually moving into brief proofs or explanations that validate claims, examples that train students to be familiar with different problems, and real-life applications to garner interest. I also enjoy tutoring in physics, given its mathematical orientation.
In my senior year of high school, primarily as a volunteer tutor, I have helped several underclassmen in areas they were less comfortable in, including physics, algebra, and geometry. I have also volunteered helping AP Calculus BC students in special review sessions for the AP exam. As an undergraduate, I have helped students in algebra II along with Calculus AB & BC and have seen appreciable improvement in their class performance. Last summer, I prepared students for the new school year in subjects including pre-calculus/calculus, SAT mathematics, AP Physics, and geometry. I want to make sure my student succeeds and masters his or her math curriculum.
Here is a background of some of my stats:
SAT I: 2330 (Math-800/800, Reading-740/800, Writing-790/800)
SAT II: Math II-800/800, Physics-800/800, Biology M-760/800
AP: 5/5 on Calculus BC, Statistics, Computer Science A, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics B, Physics C-Mechanics, Physics C-Electricity and Magnetism
Received Bridgewater-Raritan High School Department Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics.
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I have taken AP Calculus BC and received an “A+” in the course; I also scored a 5/5 on the corresponding AP exam. This course covers major calculus topics, including continuity/limits, differentiation & integration (techniques/applications), Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, numerical approximation of integrals, Taylor series, polar integration, volume of solids of rotation, and separation of variable differential equations. This course includes the AP Calculus AB curriculum as well as elementary calculus.
My first major exposure to differential equations was my self-study of the subject during summer while I was in high school. While I studied due to my own interest in the subject, I also learned a lot and explored many of the major concepts of the typical course. I also took a differential equations course in my senior year of high school, “Unified Calculus III/Differential Equations”. I am a first-year student studying mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania this fall. This is an advanced 1-semester college-level course that requires AP Calculus BC as a prerequisite as well as a relatively advanced score on the corresponding AP exam. Within this course, many of the major topics of the typical college-level curriculum are explored, including first-order linear equations/integrating factors/Bernoulli equations, approximation methods, vertical motion physics models, homogeneous/non-homogeneous linear equations/method of undetermined coefficients, spring models, method of elimination/linear operators, solving systems through eigenvalues/eigenvectors, almost linear systems, and the Laplace transform. I have received an “A+” in this course, mainly comprised of exams along with occasional homework grades. Topics I self-studied that were not formally explored in this curriculum include series solutions, Wronskians, variation of parameters, Fourier series, and introductory partial differential equations. I intend to further study this subject along with related advanced mathematics disciplines in college.
Excellent, Professional, Knowledgeable, — If you want to get a 5 on the AP Calculus BC Exam, Suneil is the tutor that is required for this to happen. He is extremely knowledgeable and an incredibly gifted scholar. I would also hire him for my AP science exams. It is also a clever idea to have Suneil review a course in the Summer before the school year begins. I would highly recommend Suneil! ...
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