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Ved S. ...My teaching philosophy is to explain the topic by solving problems. So, I dive into problems right away, gauge which aspect of problem solving skills the student is lacking and help him/her go over the hump. Along the way, I talk about formulas/equations etc., give tips on speeding up the calculations and, most importantly, draw their attention to the silly mistakes.
27 Subjects: including physics, biostatistics, physical science, calculus
Bronx, NY
Charles B. ...I designed electronic equipment for ship navigation, combat and weapon systems. I have taught circuit analysis as well as physics courses at colleges including SUNY - Farmingdale State College and Nassau Community College. I am currently an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Farmingdale and Nassau Community colleges.
16 Subjects: including electrical engineering, statistics, physics, civil engineering
Garden City, NY
John P. ...I currently also serve on the Scoring Committee for the Praxis Program at ETS. I have a degree in physics and a minor in mathematics. I'm also currently working on a masters in applied mathematics & statistics.
86 Subjects: including astronomy, algebra 1, physiology, ESL/ESOL
Fort Lee, NJ
Muhammad C. ...I also know how to construct equilateral polygons from triangles to decagons using my geometric skills. Lastly I have perfect knowledge of coordinate geometry. I can show students how coordinates can be used to find slope, and distance.
26 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, nutrition, Spanish
Bronx, NY
Juan D. ...As a researcher and medical student, I can provide "real-world" examples that make the ACT math section topics relevant to the student. I had to take the ACT before entering into a competitive BS/MD program and was able to pass it with a great score. I am familiar with the exam, in both the high school students perspective as well as the medical students perspective.
12 Subjects: including biochemistry, algebra 1, biology, prealgebra
Queens Village, NY

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