I studied my B. Sci. Mechanical Engineering at Tel Aviv University (Tel Aviv, Israel), which gave me a strong background in Math, Physics, and Mechanical Engineering subjects. I have tutored about a dozen students (High School and College) in all three of those subjects (but I will honestly admit that my weakest Math subject is Geometry).
As well, I am a Hebrew teacher and tutor. I have given private lessons to New Israeli Immigrants, as well as have taught various lectures and courses on Judaism/Hebrew at various Jewish/Christian congregations in Texas and in Israel.
I am not a stickler for hours, and am known to "round down" (for instance, if I teach 2 hours and 15 minutes, I will consider it 2 hours). What is most important to me is that the student will feel like he is getting his money' worth: not just understanding how to solve problems practically, but to understand the theory behind the problems.
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