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Math Tutoring (Math and Physics)

  1. Feb 3, 2009 #1

    JasonRox

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    Currently, I tutor Calculus. I tutor Calculus I and II.

    Surely I can do Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra and so on, but the demand is low.

    I currently have no problem getting 5 hours a week. In fact, I've done 3 hours yesterday and another 3 today, and have 3 hours tomorrow. It's not always like this. Depends on the term, and time of term (midterm friday).

    I want to expand my course list. I will be doing Statistics next year (1st year class) so I can tutor that. I will review it during the summer. Term 1 is a hot time for Statistics.

    I was also wondering how Physics does for tutoring. Is it good? Busy?
     
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