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I graduated from the University of Connecticut (honors program) with a B.S. in Physics and minor in Mathematics before attending graduate school at Brandeis University and Northeastern University, where I received a M.S. in Physics at each school. At each of these schools I was supported with a tea...

...Everything on a computer or even a handheld device (cell phone, etc.) has a program on it. That program was created by a computer programmer, writing in a programming language like C++, Java, Pascal, Javascript, Perl, etc. I can teach the basics of computer programming.

...I have studied and worked with math my entire life. I was valedictorian of my high school class, and scored the highest possible score on the AP calculus test. I then majored in math at Harvard, where I graduated with an honors degree, and where I was a Teaching Assistant in calculus at the Harvard Extension College.

...My teaching focus is in mathematical economics, including multivariate statistics, regression, and convex analysis. I specialize in helping college and graduate students who lack the advanced mathematical background required for higher-level coursework in economics. I hold a degree in theoretic...

...I have a doctorate in **physics**, which means that I've had to demonstrate a high level of proficiency in both precalculus and calculus. Furthermore, i've taught **physics** courses that have required extensive use of precalculus concepts and techniques. I have a doctorate in **physics**, plus eight years of experience teaching and tutoring **physics** at all levels.

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