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Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences (Master's)
Hi there! I'm an adjunct professor of philosophy at Georgetown University. I'm happy to tutor in philosophy at the high school or college level.
In addition, I am also happy to tutor in mathematics at any level between early high school and multivariable calculus. As a high school student, I took both the AB and BC Calculus AP Examinations, and studied multivariable calculus and linear algebra at Princeton University as a high school senior.
I am happy to help with preparation for exams as well as writing term papers or shorter writing assignments. I'm based in Washington, DC, but I'm happy to travel to any university or neighborhood within the Beltway (UDC, GW, UMD, Georgetown, Catholic, etc.). If you have any questions, feel free to contact me with a copy of your course's syllabus, and we can discuss options for a course of tutoring for a particular exam or assignment, or for the semester as a whole. Hi there! I'm an adjunct professor of philosophy at Georgetown University. I'm happy to tutor in philosophy at the high school or college level.
In addition, I am also happy to tutor in mathematics at any
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After studying logic for three semesters in college, I went on to study logic for two more semesters at the graduate level in a Ph.D. program in philosophy. Since earning my Pd.D. in that program, I have designed a syllabus and taught Introduction to Logic four times, to a total of approximately 145 college students.
I am happy to tutor in all branches of philosophy, from ethics and political philosophy to logic, metaphysics and epistemology. I can offer assistance at the introductory level (e.g., Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Logic, Introduction to Ethics, etc.), and at higher levels and in more specialized subject fields as well. Whether you need help preparing for exams or writing essays and other writing assignments, I'm the tutor for you.