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...I studied both ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations as an undergraduate student. As a graduate student, I've continued my study of differential equations, with every day applications. I recently submitted a project using non-linear differential equations to model a helicopter's slung load.

...They tend to raise their scores on Math by about 5-8 points on average. I take the ACT practice test regularly and score consistently in the 34-36 range on the Math section and overall. I have tutored students for the science section of the ACT many times.

...I have advanced skills in nested, lookup, array, logical and conditional formulas. I am also advanced in pivot tables and writing macros. I have worked extensively with Access and PowerPoint and have a lot of experience linking them with Excel.

I started tutoring in college when my physics professor suggested it. A few years later, after graduating from Lehigh University and working for an engineering firm, I started teaching SAT classes for one of the large companies. I enjoyed teaching classes so much I got certified to teach GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT physics classes as well.

...In addition, I have successfully tutored high school students preparing for the Algebra 2/Trig New York State Regents exam, a number of which scored in the 90's. As a retired college Mathematics professor, I am knowledgeable in all of the topics normally seen in this course. I have taught Calculus at the college level and have tutored the subject to both college and high school students.

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