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College Sophomore (Mathematics, Physics)
I am currently a College student at Yeshiva University going for a degree in both Math and Physics. My tutoring experience thus far has been as a Calculus One and Two tutor hired by Yeshiva University for its students, many of whom received A's in their classes.
I am eager to help anyone who needs some help understanding the intuitions, mechanics, or problem solving strategies behind Calculus One and General physics (mechanics), both on a college and on a high school (AP) level.
I have taught Calculus for a year now on a college level and have had many students receive A's in their classes.
Seeing as classical mechanics is strongly correlated with calculus, I feel I could draw on the pedagogical skills I have acquired from teaching Calc 1 and 2 along with my academic excellence in the physics classes that I have taken, to make a very clear and inspiring physics tutor.
I really look forward to spending time with any student who wants to further their understanding in any of the two fields that are my passion and strong-suit. Please let me know in a sentence what it is you need help with so that I could come up with unique examples or experiments to best illustrate the ideas you wish to learn. I am currently a College student at Yeshiva University going for a degree in both Math and Physics. My tutoring experience thus far has been as a Calculus One and Two tutor hired
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