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Sogang Jesuit College (Physics)
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I have been tutoring high school and undergraduate students for last several years. I have taught courses in algebra, calculus, and advanced calculus for college bound and graph theory, number theory, and combinatory, and discrete math for undergraduate computer majors. I also taught probability, statistics, and econometrics for business and economic majors in graduate schools. My major field is physics. I taught general and university physics to undergraduates and EM Field Theory to graduate students.
I find teaching is a joy when a student is willing to overcome the threshold and move on to a new territory.
SAT Math is like any other Princeton based tests like GRE, LSAT, MCAT that once base materials are understood and digested well then the key is how to skillfully maneuver to the solutions within a given time frame; with minimum exercise of computational steps. This is a challenge and fun when one learns how to invoke such a built in intuitive heuristic function in our cognitive abilities. I am fascinated with such flashes often possible and they are my hidden rewards.
I welcome those who will challenge the barrier and gain the joy of overcoming the fear of SAT Math. I have been tutoring high school and undergraduate students for last several years. I have taught courses in algebra, calculus, and advanced calculus for college bound and graph theory, number theory, and combinatory, and … Read more
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