ACT 36 – How to Score a 36 on the ACT An Introduction to the PhD Tutor Method 2013 Edition

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This book is a guide on how to score a 36 on the ACT college entrance exam. It introduces the student to the PhD Tutor Method developed by Dr. Kronmiller. This approach instills confidence that the student will be able to complete each exam section with time to review. Dr. Kronmiller developed the PhD Tutor Method while tutoring high school students in preparation for the college entrance exams. More

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About Dr. David Kronmiller

Dr. Kronmiller holds an earned PhD. in Physics from the University of Texas at Dallas where he was a Robert Welch Fellow in Chemistry. He earned a B.S. in Natural Sciences, in the major areas of astronomy, math, physics and chemistry, from the University of Cincinnati. He is the inventor on multiple patents and author of peer review publications in electronics, physics, and chemistry. He is a member of the American Physical Society, Sigma Pi Sigma - National Physics Honor Society, American Chemical Society and the IEEE. In his early twenties, he worked for P&G and developed Downey fabric softener and optical brighteners for Tide. In his thirties, Dr. Kronmiller served as part of a medical missionary team in the Amazon Jungle of Brazil. Most recently using a method of laser chemistry, Dr. Kronmiller developed an asymmetric separation membrane used for water purification for long duration space flight. He has been teaching for over 40 years..

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Review by: Bob Atkinson on Feb. 18, 2013 :
Had I access to this work many years ago perhaps I would have spent my life actively involved in the sciences, instead of being on the outside looking in.
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