Tianjin University (Chemistry)
Tianjin University, University of Louisville (PhD)
I am a knowledgeable person. I have experiences in school work in almost all areas of science, physics, chemistry and mathematics. I like hard questions, I like regular questions too. I have a Bachelor of science , two master degrees, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree. All are in science, but I did learn a lot in mathematics and physics. The chemistry I learned is in physical chemistry, on particular computational chemistry. I did a lot on computer programming. I can do molecular dynamics calculations and programming it. I can also do quantum mechanics calculations and do some programming, specifically on the geometry part. I am a Chinese but I came to the US in 1991. I have been in this country for 25 years. I really like to help anyone learn the basics of science and I think I can do that. I can certainly use my knowledge in math and chemistry and physics to make every one greater, or great as one should be.
Those kinds of math tests are too easy. They just require you too read the question fast enough.
Ability in mathematics is a good thing to have. As for my credentials, I have for degrees than I can handle. I spent several years in Tianjin University as a student to get BS and MS degrees, several years in US universities to get MS and Ph.D. degrees. I spent more than 10 years as a postdoc researcher in computational research. I know how to explain things that are complicated with simple language. As a teacher, I actually started teaching before I went to college. I was a substitute high school teacher when I was in a teenager. One time I taught math for about two months and another time I taught physics for two months. The experiences were memorable because both me and the students liked it. Learning is fun and let's have fun.
There was another instance of my tutoring. In about 10 years back I had to explain to my niece the grammar of the English language. This tells how I explain things, although it is not science. I told her that all language has to have three basic components in a sentence, a subject, verb, and sometimes object. We start from there. She was able to raise her grades in a few hours of phone conversation with me. Often you don't need to say a lot, a little hint from someone who really know how to explain things is sometimes better than long paragraphs.
I am sure you will learn a lot and it will benefit your life. I am a knowledgeable person. I have experiences in school work in almost all areas of science, physics, chemistry and mathematics. I like hard questions, I like regular questions too. I have a Bachelor of science , two master degrees, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree. All are in science, but I did learn a lot in mathematics and physics. The
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I can program gaussian elimination method in solving linear equations. I can also program eigenvalue solving methods such as Jacobian method. There are also other ways to solve the eigenvalues that are faster than jacobian. I can teach students the principles of linear algebra by illustrating the 3X3 matrices and determinants.