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I am an electrical engineering graduate from Tulane University. I took several courses in various levels of math, including calculus, statistics, linear algebra and differential equations. Beginning my junior year, I became a teaching assistant for the math department.

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...I have currently been accepted to a couple of Physics Ph.D. programs beginning in the Fall of 2017. I took Differential Equations at PCC and received an A. At UCLA, I took a course on Systems of Linear and Nonlinear Differential Equations and received an A+. Differential Equations was used heavily in my Physics courses.

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