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I have edited successful college, MBA, scholarship, graduate fellowship, and grant applications, as well as one winning Rhodes scholarship essay. I have also managed strategy for several college application campaigns.
I have a B.S. in mathematics from the university of minnesota, 2002, and am currently a PhD student in theoretical nuclear physics. I can easily tutor for courses in differential equations.
I taught a GMAT math prep course for the Princeton Review briefly before accepting another job. I got the job by scoring 99th percentile on a practice exam and by having a good trial teaching interview. I also have a math degree, and am working on a physics PhD, and have great standardized exam scores.
I have helped several undergraduate math, c.s., and philosophy students, as well as two philosophy PhD students, with graduate level logic, and I studied logic while obtaining my undergraduate degree.
I'm a PhD student in theoretical physics with years of experience teaching and tutoring physics. I also have perfect scores on the quantitative sections of many standardized exams, and 99th percentile scores on the verbal sections of many exams. I can readily tutor for all sections of the MCAT except for the biological sciences section.
I hold high school and junior high school teaching licenses, for physics, mathematics, and general science. For licensure I took, and received a perfect score on, the teaching exam given in Massachusetts. I have taught and tutored for standardized exams for 15 years.
I have years of experience teaching and tutoring physics and math to college students with a wide variety of preparedness and interest. I also have developed coping strategies for handling my own workload while caring for my daughter and spending time with my family. I am happy to help with inculcating good study skills.