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I've tutored algebra I topics such as--for example--rational equations, polynomials, rational and irrational numbers, and quadratic equations.
I prepare students to take the Regents examination for integrated algebra and help them achieve their goals.
In algebra II, I include topics such as (but not exclusive to) advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, trigonometric functions, and matrices.
I took graduate courses in human body and brain anatomy utilizing a real cadaver. My understanding of anatomy includes structures, tissues, nerve roots, blood vessels, and much more.
I was a biochemistry major in undergraduate. Later, I spent 6 years in a biochemical research laboratory. My areas of proficiency involve molecular biology, protein structure and function, enzyme kinetics and mechanisms, and metabolic pathways in relation to the human body system.
As a biochemistry major, I became very knowledgeable about cell structure and function, cellular metabolism, and various cell functions. My specialty is the cellular and histological nature of human tissue and cells.
I was a supplemental instructor for college general chemistry I/II for two years during undergraduate. My knowledge of chemistry ranges from atomic structure, bonding, to gas laws, energy-enthalphy-entropy relation, and nuclear chemistry.
Even during high school I never scored below a 99.9% on every single exam. This continued into college with no grade less than an A.
I am originally from a Chinese family and have spoken Mandarin and Cantonese for over 19 years. In addition, I've studied Chinese Mandarin for over 8 years with a private teacher.
I am fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin and have tutored individuals in the past in learning to write Han Zi, read, speak, and become more culturally sensitive to Chinese customs.
I enjoy watching Chinese movies in my free time and listening to Mandarin Chinese pop.
Graduated with a minor in chemistry with High Distinctions. I worked in an organic chemistry laboratory previously and I have a wide array of knowledge regarding organic chemistry. From nomenclature to reaction mechanisms, I've helped multiple individuals tackle the difficulty of organic chemistry.
Full year of coursework in physiology and basis of disease at the graduate level. High proficiency and knowledge of various organ systems from the pulmonary, cardiac, and renal to gastrointestinal, dermatological, and other organ systems.
During high school I consistently broke into the finals round for Lincoln Douglas Debate ever since my first tournament. Later, I was trained at the Yale's Ivy League Scholars Program, advancing my logical thinking skills and sharpening my public speaking skills.
During college, I became a hired judge for Lincoln Douglas LD debate for a high school. I critiqued the students' word economy, public speaking, and logical reasoning skills.
During graduate school, I continued judging LD debate and later provided biweekly lessons for high school students to hone their diction, quick thinking & speaking skills, and argumentation style.
I continue to judge LD debate annually.
I have tutored the Chemistry and Biology Regents exams (NY) for at least 3 years. I have extensive knowledge of test structure and question type.