...As a result, they were able to fully understand the mathematical concepts and excelled in the classroom. They both earned a 4.0 GPA and top percentile standardized test scores. After receiving offers from many top schools, both of them chose to attend Stanford University. (read more)
...Furthermore, my coursework at Carnegie Mellon included many different areas of basic and advanced areas in mathematics and statistics. I was a tutor at a Kumon center in high school, where I helped kids and adults with Precalculus, Calculus, and Linear Algebra. I also coached for math clubs in high school and college, where we covered many topics, including Precalculus and Probability. (read more)
...It is the basis of Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-Claculus and Calculus. I focus on making the basics strong through customized work-sheets. At this stage, child learns well in a pleasant atmosphere. (read more)
...I start with the basic C H O single and double electron bond chemistry and move into pentagon, hexagonal octagonal ring and other mirror left and right handed reactions. I review stereo chemistry and chiral molecules and finally stereo isomers and stereo isomerism and superimposable by rotations. I conclude with a preview on amino acids and DNA biochemistry. (read more)
...Math really should be about understanding the logic behind it and less about route processes (we have computers for that).
A bit about me. I currently do tutoring and statistical consulting full time. I worked at a Fortune 500 tech company for almost 2 years (doing math and statistics) but really enjoy teaching and helping others achieve their education goals. (read more)