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Mathematics and Physics Tutoring

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Mathematics and Physics Tutoring

Postby Rudi » 24 Jun 2016, 21:47

Hi everyone,

if anyone is interested I am available for online tutoring in all maths and physics topics starting from grade 6 up to university level. I have a M.Sc and PhD in physics(certificates available) and extensive tutoring and teaching(class) experience.

I offer a free 45-min trial where you can choose the topic and competitive fees.

I am available for:

-maths and physics tutoring(all topics)

-home assignment help(also real-time)

-exam preparation(SAT, GMAT, EJU, GRE,…)
The quality of the lessons is the same as in person provided you have a good internet connection(so far I haven't experienced any connection problem with my students in Taiwan). I am based in Japan.
More info on my page where you can also post questions.

https://www.facebook.com/Maths-and-Phys ... 873543600/
Rudi
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