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Pennsylvania State University (Chemistry)
I am a recent graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor's of science in chemistry. I do have experience teaching chemistry for The Undergraduate Department of Chemistry at Penn State.
Although I have graduated with a degree in chemistry, I am still very familiar with math. I have always had a passion with numbers ever since I was young. I am available to teach algebra, algebra II, pre-calculus, and calculus. I prefer students to come prepared with questions or concepts that he pr she doesn't understand whether it be homework or practice test questions. I am available mostly during the week days, and will meet wherever is convenient for the student.
I am very patient and understanding. If there is a concept or idea that a student does not understand, I will walk the student through step by step to make sure he or she understands, no matter how many times it takes. I want to ensure that the student understands, so that when the same question comes on an exam, he or she can answer it. And to me, there are no stupid questions!
Before I start tutoring, I would love to meet up with the student and get to know him or her. I would like to go over expectations so that we are on the same page. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I am a recent graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor's of science in chemistry. I do have experience teaching chemistry for The Undergraduate Department of Chemistry at Penn State.
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