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I'm a second-year student enrolled in Mechanical Engineering at UF. I'm knowledgeable about computer science and was an intern at Grooveshark last summer. I am also well-versed in topics relating to Physics and mathematics. I received a 5 on my AP Physics B exam and a 7 on my IB Physics SL, as well as a 5 in AP Calculus AB. I received A's in college Physics 1 and 2 (with Calculus). I'm also more than happy to recommend the services of my PhD friend Eric Stetler (also here on TMS) to those seeking help from a guy who really knows math inside and out. (I'm more of a computer science/physics/music kind of guy myself, but I'm really comfortable with Calc 1, so I can help with that as well.) As for computer science, until recently I've been involved in programming an industry-quality video game (http://starryexpanse.com/), where I've become very familiar with the .NET framework and gained a very deep understanding of various algorithms and techniques in programming, as well as some computational geometry stuff. Anyways, stuffiness aside, I'm a down-to-earth guy. I'm passionate about knowledge and helping people, so I hope you'll let me help you, whatever the subject.
||$15 Per Hour
|Type of Tutoring
Algebra, Calculus, General Mathematics
AP Calculus AB, AP Computer Science A, AP Physics B
C++, Java, Web Design
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