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The Citadel (Physical chemistry)
University of North carolina (Chapel Hill) (PhD)
My name is Phil, and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor for five years. I have also written five science books for advanced high school students and provided solutions to more than a thousand math and science problems for Chegg, the student website.
I work with high school and college students, assisting them in physics, chemistry, and mathematics. My tutoring methods are structured to suit the student's personality and learning style, but I believe that a problem-centered approach is the best way to learn.
I enjoy my work and look forward to hearing from you. Hi,
My name is Phil, and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor for five years. I have also written five … Read more
Katie feels much more confident already and is relieved to have made a good start to this problem set! Thanks for working us in on the holiday weekend.
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