University of Toronto (Applied Mathematica)
University of Florida (PhD)
I am a retired university professor, and I have thirty years of experience teaching math and science at the college level. This includes courses in basic calculus, introductory physics, numerical methods, quantum theory of molecules and solids, and computational physics. I also have experience in tutoring in high school math and science, including SAT and AP preparation. I have a B.A. in mathematics and a Ph.D. in theoretical physics. I am a retired university professor, and I have thirty years of experience teaching math and science at the college level. This includes courses in basic calculus, introductory … Read more
John was very helpful on giving me tips on how to take multiple choice test for pre-employment exams. He was very patient on explaining decimal problems and word problems. I would recommend him for your tutoring needs!
John was ready and available to work and flexible with the schedule. Efficient and very helpful in AP Physics. Would recommend.
My son just loved John. He's very knowledgeable and kind with the students. We will use him again. He's great!
John was reliable and efficient. Helped my daughter right away and made himself available for future lessons. He was very knowledgeable.
Did a lot of Math, helped me bring my Math grade up. Also, encouraged me to think out of the box a little with all my Math problems. Thanks.
John was excellent to work with! We gave him a varied baseline and he was able to work with my son in prepping for a placement exam. My son found him to be very easy to understand and I think that this will be a great tutor relationship ongoing!
John was a life saver. Quickly responded to our request. Was immediately available, and flexible with scheduling. Showed up on time and did a fantastic job teaching! Worth every penny! Thanks John!!!
At the start of our lesson I secretly wanted to pull my hair out but at the conclusion of the hour and a half together I breezed through the course work. Thank you John!
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