Whether preparing for an exam or need weekly-basis sessions, my approach is to first focus on the basic principles. After having a clear understanding of the concepts, practicing more and more problems is the best way to digest the subject.
I have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto, in the field of Ultrasonics and Imaging. I have tutored many courses in the department, e.g. Math, Solid Mechanics, and vibration, to name a few. I now work as an R&D engineer at FujiFilm.
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