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Dr Peter K. ...On the management front, I moved from a staff position at Oxford University to industry in 1974 as a section manager for the aerospace division of a privately owned instrumentation company. In 1982 I set up a subsidiary company specializing in aerospace products, with the position of VP/General Manager. Subsequently I became Engineering Vice President for the entire company.
10 Subjects: including calculus, GRE, algebra 1, GED
$75.00/hr
Richboro, PA
William S. ...I am currently a graduate mathematics student at Villanova University. I believe in helping students to understand and enjoy math as I do, I will not do the work for the student but will help them understand the process behind it. As a recent graduate of college I understand how students think and how to communicate to them so they will understand the material.
15 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, statistics, GRE
$45.00/hr
Ardmore, PA
Andrew B. ...I later went on to the University of Delaware where I led lab courses and discussion in basic and advanced analytical chemistry. The majority of my graduate coursework is in the field of physical chemistry: quantum mechanics and NMR. I have approximately one year of professional tutoring experi...
9 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, statistics
$30.00/hr
Glen Mills, PA
Gil F. ...I have been through the college process twice, working through paid resources and school guidance counselors to fully learn and appreciate its complexities. I've worked with state, private, and Ivy League colleges, as my sons recieved acceptances to all types. I have a unique perspective, as my son was accepted to Princeton but turned it down in favor of another school.
19 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, study skills, discrete math
$50.00/hr
West Chester, PA
Ron C. ...Also, the ACT covers trig and elements of pre-calculus while the SAT goes only through Algebra 2. A major difference between the SAT and the ACT is that the ACT has a science section. Without good reading and analytical skills, it is hard to score well on the ACT science test.
22 Subjects: including calculus, English, geometry, statistics
$99.00/hr
Newtown, PA

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