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“**Excellent!**”

Over the years, I have tutored many students in math and science. I have learned how to make a sometimes complex subject into something fun & simple.

Since I made the decision to learn the math, I have excelled in the subject ever since. This resulted in my peers and family asking me for help in math & science for over 25 years. During

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He is working with my 8th grader and is very knowledgeable! He is able to explain the math concepts and show how to work through the problems, in a way that my child understands. Highly recommend Christopher!

He shows and explain the process of the problem and helps with your difficulty when it comes to understanding the work. Also have many years of experience in the engineering field.

He taught me the more conceptual side of line integrals and flux, conservative vs non conservative fields, and field gradients. I like how my class is pretty procedural, and he helped show me a more conceptual side so i could understand exactly what i was doing. He knew more about vector calculus than anybody I've ever met. Once again, very knowledgeable.

Chris is tutoring my daughter in physics. He displays a great deal of patience with her. He is reliable and we can depend on him. My daughter really enjoys working with him. We would highly recommend Chris as a tutor. Thanks, Chris.

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I took this class during my sophomore year in high school, and got an A in the course in both semesters. The reason for not taking it my freshman year is that I started out in special ed. I started out in basic math my first semester of my freshman year. Since I excelled in basic math, the school decided to put me in Pre-Algebra for the second semester of that same year. Moreover, I got an A in this class.

This class I took at the beginning of my junior year in high school due to passing my geometry class I took in the summer. I got an A both semesters of my junior year. I requested my teacher if I could take precalculus my senior year instead of taking trigonometry. I wanted a challenge, and be ready to take calculus my freshman year in college. I got approved to take precalculus due to getting an A in regular Algebra II.

Recently, I tutored a Senior in high school in algebra, and helped him pass so that he could graduate with his graduating class.

I took Calculus I, Math 162, my first semester of my freshmen year at UNM. I got an A in the class. Then I took Calculus II, Math 163, the following semester, and got an A. Moreover, I got an A in Calculus III, when taking it my third semester.

I made an in A in this course at the end of my 4th Semester at University of New Mexico. I was also invited to join the Math Honor Society upon me earning an A in Calculus 3 at the end of my 3rd Semester. Moreover, I made A's in all my math courses throughout my studies at the university.

I have a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering with emphasis in electrical power and distribution. I obtained my masters at New Mexico State University in June of 2001, from Las Cruces, NM. I have had 1 and half year engineering experience working for the Boeing Company back in the early 2000's. My Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering, BSEE, was obtained in May of 1992, from University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM.

I took this class in the summer at the end of my sophomore year prior to going into my junior year. The reason why taking this class in the summer is that I wanted to get caught up in my math and take Algebra II my junior year. I also wanted to take physics that same year, and the prerequisite was a passing grade in geometry. I got an A for the first semester, and a B my second. The reason for the B was that I was challenged in doing the proofs and the class was fast paced due to taking it in the summer. I've got better at doing the proofs due to many years of experience in studying physics and engineering.

In the beginning, this class was a bit challenging when I took it my junior year in high school. I managed to get a B both semesters of that year. My challenge was due to overcoming my challenge with language arts, yet I was able to handle the math aspect of it real well. It was the same year when I decided to study engineering when two engineering students, from UNM, came to visit the class and talk about what engineering was all about. I knew I wanted to pursue some career that involves applied science to technology prior to discovering what engineering was all about.

I got a great understanding of physics due to many years of experience in my studies of engineering, especially in electricity due to my major was in electrical engineering.

I was placed in this class at the second semester of my freshman year in high school due to excelling my basic math course in my first semester. I got an A in the class. The school considered me ready to take Algebra I at the beginning of my sophomore year.

I got approved to take this class due to getting an A in regular Algebra II. The school figured that I could handle a more challenging class than trigonometry. I got an A in the course both semesters of my senior year.

I got extensive training of trigonometry during my study of precalculus. I found trigonometry fascinating and got a good handle of doing trigonometry related problems. I also get really good at understanding trigonometric identities. As a result, some fellow students who were taking the same course I was taking asked me to help them work out some problems.

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