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...My students focus on developing the higher-order skills they need to tackle even the most difficult GMAT questions. I have a degree in theoretical math from MIT and have taught discrete math to students at most of Boston's colleges. I studied math at MIT, and I've tutored ordinary and partial differential equations to math, **physics**, and engineering majors at Boston-area colleges for years.

...Our physical intuitions were developed in playgrounds, riding in cars, skating, riding a bike, watching water flow. As a tutor, I try to connect this already well-developed intuition with mathematical expression. It starts hard, but it gets easy quickly for most people when they pick up the rhythm of the solve.

...I've worked with **physics** students at many levels, including high school students and college engineering majors. I studied **physics** at an honors level at Harvard, where I earned an Honors degree in Math. I am an experienced tutor who has worked with students in the entire range of subjects offered in middle and high school.

...I took Micro and Macro Economics in High School and got an A in both and a 4 and a 5 on the AP tests respectively. I also took several economics courses in college, getting at least an A- in all of them. I have been trained in the new SAT and work with Boston Scholar Athletes to teach SAT Prep courses at public schools all over the Boston area.

...A primary focus is connecting the graphical, table and equation formats of functions to each other and learning about domain and range. Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to **physics**, to medicine.

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