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I've been doing math for years now, so algebra is very natural to me. I made sure to learn it on a very deep level, and it has benefited me greatly. I can impart some of my wisdom to a student with the ethic to work outside of class, and I will prepare unique lesson plans tailored to suit their style.
I have studied Calculus for 4 years now, having completed my standard math classes and moved onto calculus required for my physics major. I am adept at many problems involving integrals, series, and the like, however my differential equations skill is still being honed. Nevertheless, I am quite experienced in many realms of calculus and would like to impart my knowledge to you.
English is my native tongue and also one of my favorite languages. It is an artistic language, with difficult spelling and grammar. Having learned a second language, I feel that my understanding of languages in general, and by connection, English, has improved immensely, and I would like to use that expertise to help others in learning their native language better or learning a new language entirely.
I am a physics major, and have also taken college-level chemistry classes at Clemson University. I have studied the philosophy of science and its history, and would be a vary capable tutor of the physical sciences. It is my passion, and I would love to share my passion with you, and invigorate your knowledge of science.
I'm as passionate about physics as I am about anything else. It is my major, and the subject to which I devote all of my time. I have experience in classical mechanics, electromagnetism, basic quantum, basic nuclear and particle, astronomy, some condensed matter, atmospheric, lab-based, circuits, history, philosophy, and research.
Completed through high school English classes and 3 credits worth at Clemson University. I scored a 640 in English on the SAT, and am certified to tutor it. My approach would be to help students understand the flow of a passage, and to pick up on key words that will help them discern meaning in whatever they read.
When I took the SAT math test in high school, I was under pressure to do well on it in order to receive the Palmetto Fellows scholarship, a scholarship which we all seek to make paying for school a bit easier. I scored a 770 on the math section, having only missed a single question, and it was this score that allowed me to pay my way here at Clemson University. If your SAT scores were low, like mine were at one time, I'm an excellent tutor candidate.