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...My Ph.D is in the area of Partial Differential Equations, I can send you the thesis if you like and I have taught Differential Equations for 5 years at Emory and Henry College from the Boyce and Diprima book. I can send a syllabus upon request. My Ph.D thesis used linear **algebra** to approximate the solutions to a partial differential equation.

...I never bill for a tutoring session if the student or parent is not completely satisfied. While I have a 24 hour cancellation policy, I often provide make-up sessions. I usually tutor students in a public library close to their home, however I will travel to another location if that is more convenient for the student.

...The ISEE is more like the ACT, while the SSAT, as its name would imply, is more like the SAT. I have helped students decide which test best suits their needs, gone over all the covered content (including the math, verbal, and reading sections), and discussed the test's scoring method and any tac...

...As a result, I've gained the ability to simplify difficult and abstract concepts to be more digestible. My tutoring philosophy is that the student should always feel challenged, but not to the point that obstacles seem insurmountable. Because I've struggled through the subjects I tutor, I understand when and how to push students.

...In addition I have further experience in competitive mathematics with participation in Mu Alpha Theta maths competitions in high school and the Putnam competition in college. I have experience tutoring up to multivariable calculus and have previously tutored Calculus 1 and 2 (depending on where ...

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