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My name is Phillip Manning, and I have a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor since 2011. I have also written five books on chemistry and physics (available on Amazon) for advanced high school students and provided solutions to thousands of math and science problems for Chegg, the student solutions website. I work with high school and college students, assisting them in physics, chemistry... [more]

I specialize in standardized tests taken for higher education. I am a top scorer in GRE, GMAT, SAT and TOEFL and that was how I started tutoring while preparing for my applications. I now have been tutoring for almost two years and have had a broad range of students from different disciplines mostly from the Five colleges who are happy to provide references. Having a degree in the social sciences I am especially competent in the quantitative and writing sections in which I scored in the to... [more]

I was a Senior Instructor at Manhattan Prep for 8 years, and worked with 1000+ students, for over 4,000 hours, and always scored superlatively on all student reviews. I studied psychometrics for many years and was the primary author of a set of adaptive algorithms based directly off the GMAT adaptive algorithm. During my studies, I worked directly with Larry Rudner, the creator of the GMAT algorithms, and am intimately familiar with how the test measures student ability, and how to respond accordingly for maximum performance. I have a 99th percentile GMAT score and have coached more than 100 [more]

I have been a GMAT tutor since 2001. Although I primarily teach ACT and SAT, I recently re-took the GMAT in preparation for teaching it, and scored 760. For most students, the GMAT's data sufficiency problems are the most challenging, and I concentrate on those with most students. Also, the GMAT places significant time pressure on students. Good preparation means increasing speed, along with increasing accuracy. I focus on both. I'm a graduate of Bates College (B.A.), the University of Illinois (M.S.), and M.I.T. (M.S.), with degrees in economics and management. I've been a tutor sinc [more]

I have a Masters from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and a Math degree from China Fudan University. I am passionate about teaching, have had many years tutoring experiences including English, Chinese both children and adults, exams prep (TOEFL, GMAT, SAT), math. I have been teaching both online and offline in China and the United States. I look forward to working with students and helping them to improve. My GMAT score was 760, Quant 51 out of 51 Native Chinese speaker Teachers... [more]

I have been a community college mathematics instructor for the past 3 years. At the college, I teach all math classes through Calculus. My students give me lots of positive feedback, and I consistently hear the comment from them, "I used to hate math, but you explain it in such a way that makes sense to me". I was a Master Tutor for the Princeton Review for 5 years while I was earning my degrees. With the Princeton Review, I tutored and taught classes on the GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT, and m... [more]

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