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University of Illinois (Chemistry)
I am a university student currently studying at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. I am currently teaching tae-kwon-do and have experience in tutoring chemistry in my high school which was Oakton high school. I am very comfortable at teaching elementary to middle school level math as well as SAT math. I can also help teach up to high school level chemistry and physics 1.
I know what it feels like to be frustrated in a subject, and I can be very patient with students. Whenever I study, I always reach for true understanding, and I encourage my students to do the same.
I am very good at math, and have scored consistently high scores on my SATs. I received an AP score of 5 in BC calculus and have recently taken calculus three at my University.
I am currently in specialized chemistry at the University of Illinois and have been doing well in the program. Chemistry is my major and passions, I hope that any of my students can find my love for it contagious. In physics 1 I a one of the top students in my class and classmates often see me for help.
I am normally free Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Please contact me and I will be happy to help. I am a university student currently studying at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. I am currently teaching tae-kwon-do and have experience in tutoring chemistry in my high school which was Oakton high school. I am very comfortable at teaching elementary to middle school
I am very flexible with pricing
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