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University Of Santo Tomas, Philippines (math, chemistry)
St. Paul University, Philippines (MEd)
I am a graduate of University of Sto. Tomas, Philippines. I worked as a college instructor for 20 years in St. Paul University, Phill. I experienced teaching Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Natural Science, Chemistry, and Physics. While working as an instructor, I did tutorial jobs to elementary and high school students in their homes after my classes in weekdays and also during weekends.
I love tutoring because I can motivate study habits to students and inspire them to excel in their classes. I always explore and discover quick and short methods to solve problems that will make students love the subjects which most students hate and think as difficult subjects.
Having a great experience in teaching and tutoring math, I think made me an outstanding tutor. Aside from the 4 math subjects mentioned, I can also teach the basics of other math subjects like geometry, statistics and calculus.
My 20 years experience of teaching General Chemistry and Physics, 5 years of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry made me confident of my capability as a tutor.
My dear parents and students please contact me in my email so we can arrange schedules that would be convenient to both of us. Thank you so much! I am a graduate of University of Sto. Tomas, Philippines. I worked as a college instructor for 20 years in St. Paul University, Phill. I experienced teaching Algebra 1, Algebra 2, … Read more
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