Louis  Liu

Louis Liu

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• I'm an aspiring tutor from the University of Waterloo, who is deeply passionate about helping students. I believe in the transformative power of education and have witnessed the growth and achievements of students, which brings me great fulfillment. I have experience working with students in various subjects, including math, …

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  • University of Waterloo
    Master's degree, Mathematics/Computer Science/Biochemistry
    University of Waterloo 2022


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    Chem 13 Chemistry Contest Plaque Winner & Global Top 100
    • Issued by the University of Waterloo 2023

    The Chem 13 News Exam is an annual chemistry competition organized by the University of Waterloo in Canada. It is designed for high school students in their final year of schooling or first-year university students who are studying chemistry. The Chem 13 News Exam aims to assess students' knowledge and understanding of various concepts in chemistry and their ability to apply problem-solving skills to chemistry-related scenarios. The competition covers a wide range of topics in chemistry, including but not limited to: • Chemical bonding and molecular structure • Stoichiometry and chemical equations • Acids and bases • Thermodynamics and energetics • Chemical kinetics and reaction rates • Electrochemistry • Organic chemistry • Periodic trends and the periodic table

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    Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest (CSMC): 2nd place in Canada, Plaque Winner, score: 59/60 (2022)
    • Issued by the University of Waterloo 2022 - 2023

    The Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest (CSMC) is a national mathematics competition held annually in Canada. It is organized by the Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) and is designed for high school students in their final year of schooling.

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    • USA Computing Olympiad (USACO) - Gold Division
    Issued by the United States of America Computing Olympiad 2022 - 2023

    USACO stands for the "USA Computing Olympiad." It is an annual computer programming competition and training program for pre-college students in the United States. The USACO is organized by the USACO Training Program and is designed to identify and nurture talented young programmers in the field of computer science and algorithmic problem-solving. The competition is open to students from elementary school to high school. The USACO consists of a series of online programming contests held throughout the year. Each contest typically lasts several hours and presents participants with a set of algorithmic problems to solve using programming languages such as C++, Java, or Python. The problems are designed to challenge students' problem-solving skills, algorithmic knowledge, and coding abilities.

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    American Mathematics Competitions (AMCB) - Distinguished Honor Roll
    • Issued by Mathematical Association of America (MAA) 2022 - 2023

    The AMC, which stands for the American Mathematics Competitions, is a series of annual mathematics contests for students in the United States and around the world. The AMC program is run by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and aims to promote the importance of problem-solving and mathematics education at the middle and high school levels. AMC 12: This competition is intended for students in grades 11 and 12. Like the AMC 10, it comprises 25 multiple-choice questions, but the problems are more challenging and involve advanced high school mathematics.

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    National Academic Quizbowl Tournament (NAQT) - Quarterfinalist
    • Issued by National Academic Quiz Tournaments, LLC 2022

    NAQT, which stands for the National Academic Quiz Tournaments, is an organization that hosts academic quiz bowl competitions for students at various levels of education. NAQT's quiz bowl events are designed to test participants' knowledge on a wide range of academic subjects, including literature, history, science, mathematics, fine arts, social sciences, and more.

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    National Economics Challenge (NEC) - Global Quarterfinals
    • Issued by Community Engagement Exchange Program & Wells Fargo 2022

    Participating in the National Economics Challenge gives high school students an opportunity to deepen their understanding of economics, develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and engage with economic concepts in a competitive and fun environment. It also fosters an interest in economics and finance, which can be beneficial for students considering careers in economics, business, public policy, or related fields.

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    Physics Bowl Division 2 - National Gold Award
    • Issued by American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) 2022

    Top-performing students and teams in the Physics Bowl may receive recognition and awards from the American Association of Physics Teachers. Additionally, participating in the competition offers students an opportunity to demonstrate their passion for physics, showcase their problem-solving abilities, and connect with other physics enthusiasts.

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    Sir Issac Newton (SIN) Physics Contest - Book Prize Winner & Global Top 50
    • Issued by the University of Waterloo 2022

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    American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) - Team & Individual Global Top 100
    • Issued by American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) 2022

    The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) is an annual mathematics competition held in the United States. It is one of the most prestigious and challenging math contests for high school students. The competition is designed to promote excellence in mathematics, foster teamwork, and provide participants with a stimulating mathematical experience.

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    High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HIMCM) - Finalist
    • Issued by Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications 2022 - 2023

    The HiMCM competition is organized by COMAP (Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications) and is open to teams of up to four high school students and a teacher advisor. The contest typically takes place over a period of several days in November. The primary goal of HiMCM is to encourage students to apply mathematical modeling techniques to real-world problems. During the competition, participating teams are presented with a set of open-ended, real-world problems that require mathematical analysis, modeling, and problem-solving skills. The problems cover a wide range of interdisciplinary topics, including but not limited to: • Environmental issues • Social and economic challenges • Engineering and technological problems • Public health and epidemiology • Urban planning and transportation • Business and finance

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    Wharton Global High School Investment Competition (KWHS) - Semifinalist
    • Issued by University of Pennsylvania 2021

    The KWHS Investment Competition provides an opportunity for high school students from around the world to learn about finance, investing, and the stock market. Participants form teams and are tasked with managing a virtual investment portfolio using an online trading platform provided by Knowledge@Wharton.


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