...I have taken this course at the City College of New York and received an A. I am proficient in the subject, and as a chemical engineer, we constantly use this branch of math to solve problems. I have been an organic chemistry tutor for a year, and studied organic chemistry for 3 years. (read more)
...Tutoring others in math has been an important part of my life for approximately ten years now. During that time, I have tutored many students at levels ranging from elementary school to college. Most of my experience has been with algebra and calculus, but I have also covered most other topics in the standard high school mathematics curriculum, including geometry and trigonometry. (read more)
Dr. James P.My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of physics are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations. (read more)
...I am generally described as a semi-awkward but friendly person with a crazy sense of humor. Some people call me a nerd, but that's just another way of calling me smart. My tutoring style is very informal and relaxed. (read more)
...As a professor of mine often said, "You've got to feel it in your bones!"
As a physics and chemistry major at Harvard, I've come to rely on strong visual and intuitive models. Once you can see the essence of the idea in your head, problem solving is a piece of cake. No matter what, we will always go step-by-step. (read more)