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...I also have 3 adult children who I assisted in their academics. I like to first focus on understanding the concepts. Too often, students understand the mechanics of solving the problems but not the physical laws (like Newton's laws) behind them.

...As an undergraduate student in Electrical Engineering and Physics and as a graduate student, I took courses in mathematical methods for **physics** and engineering. These courses included fundamental theory and techniques (including numerical) of linear algebra and its applications to engineering an...

...If you're interested in working with me, shoot me an email. I'll send over some additional information about my service. I also would be happy to meet with you, at your convenience, for a free consultation to sketch out how I can help your student get on track and really start nailing their math or **physics**.I have 5+ years of tutoring experience in calculus and calculus-related subjects.

...I can effectively tutor the math and logic related questions for the MCAT - I am a former full time high school math teacher and have years of experience with these types of problems. I have an engineering degree from UCLA and have tutored all math through and including Calculus, plus **physics** and chemistry. I am a full time tutor, this is not a part time endeavor for me.

...Fowlers, MLA, Chicago, the Economist, Bierce, Stunk and White), growing up loving the most eminent dictionary in the English tongue (i.e. the Oxford English) and dozens of quotations books that exemplify these concepts in the best way to have ever graced the ear of anglophone-kind. I understand ...

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