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...I scored on the SAT I Math an 800 (total score 2340); SAT II Math, 800; and on the AP Calculus BC, a 5. Feel free to contact me and we can set up when and where to meet, and what to study for!I was a **statistics** and economics double major. The **statistics** department at my undergraduate institutio...

...Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building. So I am very comfortable with the material because I use it often in my work. As an International Baccalaureate Program graduate and college graduate, I have researched, written, and put citations in many college level papers.

...I was always interested in how the human body functioned, so I pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from NJIT and Rutgers. After university, I went on to pursue medicine by earning my MD from All Saints University School of Medicine. While at NJIT, Rutgers, and ASUSOM, I spent time t...

...I designed electronic equipment for ship navigation, combat and weapon systems. I have taught circuit analysis as well as physics courses at colleges including SUNY - Farmingdale State College and Nassau Community College. I am currently an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Farmingdale and Nassau Community colleges.

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