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I enjoy helping students understand challenging physics topics. My goal is to get students who have been tentative about physics to challenge themselves, and not to shy away from it. I fondly remember helping a struggling student improve their grades, alleviate test anxiety, and get into all of their desired high schools.
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Bachelor of Science in Chemical Physics
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New York University - Tandon School of Engineering
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I’ve had a lot of tutors before. My Gooroo tutors were different because they were more kind and approachable - they care more. One of my tutors, Joseph, helped me get 1.5 months ahead in my physics class in just 2 weeks. We met every other day, and he didn’t make it overwhelming like how my school class presented the information. He treated me like family.
(High school student learning Physics)