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...I also am tutoring several students in AP Physics, as well as students taking Honors Physics. During my forty-two year academic career, students of my Honors 1 Physics classes have averaged 732 on the SATII Physics examination. I have, during my career, been actively involved with the United States Physics Team, which competes internationally representing our country.

...I will be attending the University of Amsterdam in the Fall of 2015 for a M.Sc. degree in Mathematical Logic and Computation, so please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or struggles. For Basic Logic, I can provide insight into: Set Theory, Relations, Quantifiers, Algorithms, Coun...

...My senior year of high school I won the Rensselaer Medal which is given to the top Math & Science student in the school every year. I took Differential Equations at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and received an A in the course. I have taken many courses at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute wh...

...In addition to fundamental concepts, the study of physics develops the ability to think mathematically, and apply mathematical methods to many problems of interest, including outside of physics. Physics often provides a context for visualizing mathematical constructs and operations, which in tur...

...I have been tutoring since middle school and feel it's just as important to impart knowledge about the things I learn in the subjects I love (physics and mathematics) as it is to learn about them. I took Single Variable Calculus at Columbia University and received an A+ in both Calculus 1 and Ca...

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