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"MATHEMATICS * PHYSICS * Especially good at problem solving - a winner of Physics and Mathematics Olympiads"
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"Offering help to undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students in subjects involving Math, Physics, and Computation."
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"I am physicist by passion, not only by profession. I enjoy explaining physics. My reward is watch a spark in the eyes that says: understood!"
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"PhD in mathematical physics, researcher and instructor."
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"Passionate about Physics | Pursuing MS in Solid State Physics | 2 years experience of online tutoring "
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"Hi, with a Master in Physics, problem solving skills and tutoring experience, I am sure I can help you with Physics, Math and Python."
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"Astrophysics degree from Ivy League and Caltech; Current Interests include Astronomy Education; Expert on First-Year/Sophomore GE Astronomy"
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