I'm a very patient person, or so I've been told.
I usually try to lead students to the answer rather than serve it on a silver platter; I find that students usually learn best that way.
As for subjects I can tutor, I think the large number of categories of mathematics I've signed up to tutor through Wyzant is already pretty descriptive, so I'll just say that I have a fairly deep understanding of mathematics. As for chemistry, I would like to add that I've taken two semesters each of general ...
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Algebra 1

I have over two years of professional tutoring experience in chemistry, physics, and math (mostly highschool, including AP subjects).
I have a Bachelor of Science, so I studied math up past Calculus. I also was a teacher for about 3 years, so I have experience teaching. I also got 800 on the math for the GRE.

Algebra 2

I have a Bachelor of Science, so I studied math up past Calculus. I also was a teacher for about 3 years, so I have experience teaching. I also got 800 on the math for the GRE.

Calculus

I have over two years of professional tutoring experience in chemistry, physics, and math (mostly highschool, including AP subjects). In other words, I've already tutored students in AP Calculus successfully before switching (back) to Wyzant.

Chemistry

I have over two years of professional tutoring experience in chemistry, physics, and math (mostly highschool, including AP subjects).
I was also a teacher for about three years, so I have experience teaching. I have a Bachelor of Science in materials science and engineering with a focus on Chemistry (which means lots of upper division chem classes). Even in high school I took the honors chemistry class.

Geometry

Physics

I have over two years of professional tutoring experience in physics (mostly AP physics for high-school students). I'm well versed in free body diagrams, dimensional analysis, and trigonometry (useful for 2d and 3d physics).