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I'm a graduate of Brown University, with an Sc. b in biology and an a.b in economics. I attended High School in Brentwood school in Los Angeles. I am currently applying to medical school, and received an MCAT score of 36. My SAT score was 2300, and I graduated high school in the honors society. I have tutored both friends and family, and sometimes at the behest of teachers assisted fellow students. I have taken AP tests in the following subjects:
Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science A, Japanese, Macro and Micro Economics, Physics B, Physics C E&M and Mechanics, and Statistics.
My strongest subject to tutor is physics, and I have received 5s on the APs and 800 on the physics SAT II.
I've taken 3 years of physics in high school, and 2 years in college.
I've also taken an extensive amount of math classes, up to linear algebra, and am familiar with certain subjects in chemistry.
Please e-mail me if you have any interest. I am available for tutoring in person on the weekdays, and online tutoring on the weekends for negotiable rate. I'm a graduate of Brown University, with an Sc. b in biology and an a.b in economics. I attended High School in Brentwood school in Los Angeles. I am currently applying to medical school, and received an … Read more
Chris is a great tutor because after he teaches you something he always reinforces concepts, which is an invaluable skill in a tutor. He responds immediately to texts, is very easy to reach and has a very flexible schedule.
He responds to my emails within 10 min. After we finished our session, he emailed me to make sure I was comfortable with the material. I highly recommend him!!
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