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My experience in education is quite extensive. I have a Ph.D. in physics, working on modifications of the theory that won the Nobel Prize in 2013. Since acquiring my doctorate, I have spent three and a half years teaching at a small liberal arts college. My specialties were physics for

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David definitely helped me out a lot in our first of several sessions to come. It was a lot easier to understand problems with his explanations as opposed to a book telling the explanation. I look forward to learning more!

I would recommend anyone to use the services of David Anderson. He is brilliant in math, a subject that I have difficulty in, and he has a great personality.

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Preparation for standardized tests, especially the ACT, is a specialty of mine. I have been tutoring this subject since 2013 with excellent success. Prior to that I was a professor, looking at the results on the other side.

Preparation for standardized tests, especially the ACT, is a specialty of mine. I have been tutoring this subject since 2013 with excellent success. Prior to that I was a professor, looking at the results on the other side.

I have a Ph.D. in physics and have been employed as both a physics professor and a math professor. In the course of this, I discovered that frequently students were more likely to have problems with the algebra involved than the concepts, resulting in considerable practice tutoring algebra in the course of my normal work. Also, I have been using algebra daily for 20 years.

While most of my classroom teaching has consisted of physics and calculus, both of these subjects rely very heavily on Algebra 2 concepts. When assisting students, I was frequently working with Algebra 2 as much as I was physics or calculus. This has led to excellent outcomes when I tutor the subject directly.

Standardized tests, such as the ASVAB, are a specialty of mine, and so far all of my students have succeeded in meeting their goals.

I have a Ph.D. in Physics. Isaac Newton invented calculus to make physics easier. One side effect of this is that I have taught more calculus classes, including ten sections of the introductory class, than any other subject.

The aspects of Chemistry which, in my experience, students need help with are basically mathematics with a bit of physics thrown in. I have been very successful helping several students in this subject to date.

I taught this course while I was a visiting professor at Albion College. Furthermore, I also taught a math methods for physics majors course which had a heavy emphasis on this subject.

My background in the subject includes not merely teaching it, but applying it daily. I have a Ph.D. in physics, you see. This is a subject that mathematicians do some proofs on and then move on; physicists apply this in our daily work.

Again, I am a Ph.D. in physics, specializing in quantum mechanics which makes great use of these concepts. Furthermore, I have been employed for two years as a professor in a Math and Computer Science department. In this time, I had students in a discrete math class come to me for help, because they preferred my explanations to those of the professor teaching the class.

I am a Ph.D. in physics, specializing in quantum mechanics which makes great use of these concepts. Furthermore, I have been employed for two years as a professor in a Math and Computer Science department. In this time, I had students in a discrete math class (which is basically another name for the same thing) come to me for help, because they preferred my explanations to those of the professor teaching the class.

I used Mathematica as an undergrad. I went on to get a Ph.D. in high energy physics, which makes great use of the concepts that Mathematica was developed to demonstrate. As a college professor, I used this program as the lab portion of a combined differential equations/linear algebra course.

I have set up a grading spreadsheet which not only adds labs, homework, and tests in the appropriate percentages, but was able to test whether to drop the lowest test and replace its percentage with the final exam percentage.

I have set up my own home computer networks involving half-a-dozen machines, using both wireless and wired connections. I have also assisted with setting up laptops for the registration system at a convention with thousands of people attending.

Furthermore, I've had to try to explain this to my mother, who proudly admits to not being technically inclined.

I have a Ph.D. in the subject. My teaching experience includes nine 100-level lab classes and two lecture courses of introductory physics for Pre-Meds, plus more advanced classes.

Preparation for standardized tests, especially the SAT, is a specialty of mine. I have been tutoring this subject since 2013 with excellent success. Prior to that I was a professor, looking at the results on the other side.

We use statistics a great deal in physics to ensure that we are correctly interpreting and reporting the experimental results, which is why I taught it as a professor. I have also tutored statistics directly, with good success.

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