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...Students tell me they are surprised at how much easier the subject is once I have explained it, because I explain it very clearly. I tutor both financial and managerial accounting. I have taught a course in finance as an adjunct professor at Nichols College, and I have tutored students in this subject for over 20 years.

...I'm friendly, warm, patient and easy to work with -- and I truly care about my students. I was valedictorian of my high school class and I have an honors degree in math from Harvard, where I also studied physics and psychology. At Harvard I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard extension school, working with local residents in a variety of math subjects.

...I was always fascinated by Classical Mechanics because it mathematically describes many principles that most of us are already subconsciously familiar with. Examples of almost every major concept in Newtonian Mechanics are literally everywhere, and you'd be surprised to find out how much you already know. This is why I chose to study Theoretical Physics - it completely relies on Mathematics.

...I've tutored students in various college-level math courses (including probability and statistics), environmental sciences, physics, and statics and strength of materials. I use algebra, geometry, and **trigonometry** on a daily basis, and am very comfortable with the concepts involved. I'm a firm ...

...In addition, I have been tutoring students of all levels for more than 10 years - from basic math to AP Calculus AB! I also tutor SAT and ACT Prep. In the past two years alone, I have tutored more than 50 students, several for an entire school year.

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