# Dada Poudyal

By education I am a pure mathematician and I can rebuild all of mathematics from the number line up through a two year calculus program with just a pen and paper. I not only know everything students will need to know in mathematics and physics for high school and an undergraduate program, my knowledge and mastery of the material is so complete that I can teach students using any approach necessary. I completely tailor my teaching to exactly what the student needs. With my experience, I know exactly what common pitfalls are and how to avoid them.

## More about me.

I am Newton Academy’s head mathematics and physics tutor. I am based in Redondo Beach and I have tutored physics, mathematics, engineering and chemistry at all the neighboring schools including Pen, PV, South, RUHS, Bishop Montgomery, Torrance, Richardson, PVIS, Ridgecrest and Chadwick.

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Personally I scored perfectly on the SAT, PSAT, SAT 2 Physics, SAT 2 Mathematics and more. Students I have taught have also scored perfectly on these exams. In high school I competed in Olympiad level physics, mathematics and chemistry competitions and have multiple perfect scores on the AMC 12 examination which is one stage on the path to choosing the six students across the nation to represent the USA in the International Mathematical Olympiad. Any given year there are only about ten to thirty students anywhere who achieve a perfect score on the AMC 12.

I have been the relied on AP Physics tutor in the area the last few years. I have had students at Peninsula under both Spalding and Greenberg without interruption in this time and a 5 on the AP with an A in the course is all but guaranteed for students who stick with my program the full year.

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While many instructors boast a 90% or even as high as 100% pass rate, a 3 on the AP is considered passing and for three of the four AP Physics exams that would not put their students in even the top half of test takers. Keep in mind that earning a 50% score on the exam is generally considered passing and given a 3. Ultimately this means that a majority of students go a full year in this intensive course and do not learn much of anything.

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There is a large gap somewhere. Somewhere in between what students are actually supposed to learn out of a physics course and what they have learned by end of it. There are plenty of reasons for this and everyone seems to have some sort of idea of how this happens year after year. What is important is that I can fill that gap.

I know everything students need to know for any physics they will encounter from grade school through their undergrad. Most importantly I can teach students efficiently. There is no better source of learning than through one-on-one private tutoring. I have the know-how, patience and deep fundamental understanding of the material to best educate students in these courses.

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