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...His hourly fee is negotiable. He is a retired Engineering Vice-President of an international Aerospace company. His industrial career included technical presentations and workshops throughout North America and Europe, to multinational companies, to NATO, and to trade delegations from China and Russia.

...Science and math (music and language also) are indispensable in a modern society. Educate yourself, and you will be rewarded. I will help you to develop your critical thinking and step by step problem solving capability in physics and math.

...James P.My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of physics are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations. Finally, I've tutored the subject for decades and have unique approaches that make it far more palatable to students.

...Tutoring discrete math can be difficult because the topics covered by the syllabus vary widely from school to school, but I have experience with combinatorics, inductive proofs, set theory, number theory, and group theory. I studied differential equations as part of my engineering education. I took two semesters of diff EQs and received an A in both courses.

...I consider my specialty to be taking the fear and loathing out of standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, and GRE. I have spent many hundreds of one-on-one hours explaining the tricks these tests use and how students can learn to think like the test-makers in order to greatly improve their scores. I love watching the lightbulb go on when something "clicks" with a student.

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