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...This academic background requires considerably more advanced mathematical and analytical skills than are required for the GMAT. On the management front, I moved from a staff position at Oxford University to industry in 1974 as a section manager for the aerospace division of a privately owned ins...

...Warm regards, Dr. James P.My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of physics are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations.

...College professors, who know the subject extremely well, are not really "teachers" and often don't know how to explain it in ways that students understand. High school teachers, on the other hand, are well-trained in teaching techniques, but many math teachers don't have the complete fluency wit...

...My approach is very flexible and tailored to the individual needs and disposition of each student. I am informed by an extremely extensive knowledge and experience of music in general. I have been teaching a wide variety of music for over 50 years.

...I love watching the lightbulb go on when something "clicks" with a student. In high school, I received a 2360 on the SAT (perfect 800 math and writing, 760 reading). On the GRE, I have earned perfect scores in each of the three sections; in my most recent sitting, I earned perfect scores of 170 ...

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