$60/hour

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“**impressively amazing**”

I'm a graduate student at Caltech working toward my PhD in physics (went to MIT as an undergraduate). Since high school, I've had a passion for teaching, and have volunteered as a teaching assistant for more than ten courses during my time in high school and college. My teaching style

In-person lessons

He is an amazing tutor ! He is very kind, very polite, and he came on time. I met so many tutors before, but he is the most talented. He is just so smart! He taught me all the tools and strategies that I need for trigonometry . On top of that, he shown me the "beauty" of math; he made Math be more interesting to me ! He is the best ! Thank you Kevin !

Test Preparation:

ACT Science
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I'm working on my PhD in physics, so I'm quite familiar with the nuances of the scientific method, which is largely what the ACT Science section focuses on.

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations).

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations). I am also working on my PhD.

I took 7.013, the introductory biology course at MIT, which is quite rigorous and broad.

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in mathematics.

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations). I earned a bachelors degree in physics from MIT, and am currently working on my PhD.

I earned a bachelors degree in physics from MIT, and am currently working on my PhD in physics.

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations).

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations). I'm working on my PhD in physics.

I've taken linear algebra, differential equations, and multi-variable calculus at MIT, so I'm quite well versed in high school level mathematics (since you frequently use the basics when you engage in more complicated calculations). I'm working on my PhD.

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