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My qualifications include education and experience. I excelled in Discrete Mathematics, which includes the study of logic principles and practices. I got 'A's in all seven of my computer programming classes that covered logic concepts such as programming logic, logic diagrams, circuit logic & diagrams, karnaugh maps and flowcharts. Additionally, scored 99th percentile ten years in a row on the Stanford Achievement Test 9e, which included a logical association section. In addition to my educational qualifications, I have fifteen years of computer programming experience, creating logical solut [more]

Being an Electrical Engineering graduate, I have taken multiple courses that involved learning logic theory, applying logic theory, and doing math using logic. I have done great in all my logic courses and feel that I will be able to tutor the subject and help students understand how logic works. I am a graduate of California State University with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I enjoy the idea of teaching students and others who want to learn about new things and how they can use the newly gained knowledge to further their education. I have a great and well [more]

Logic was one of my first introductions to proofs. As it may be yours as well. I find, and try to bring to my students, a love of the symbolism that can make English into a math problem or vice versa. Exploring logic can be exciting and fun if you just let it. I have been tutoring logic for the last fifteen years. I know with my help you can learn to enjoy it as much as I do. Hi all, I am a tutor with over 15 years of experience, teaching and tutoring mathematics. I love that ah ha moment when a student gets it. I strongly believe that there is more than one way to get the answer to [more]

I have a degree in Mathematics. I was required to take a symbolic logic class where I received the highest grade in the class. I was also required to write many abstract proofs for my major that required an immense amount of logic. I love teaching and have been doing it for over 10 years. Mentored by the founder of Mathnasium, I have learned the ins and outs of how to effectively make math make sense to students and drastically improve their confidence. While running 11 Mathnasium company-owned centers, I have personally overseen and contributed to the educational growth of over one thousand [more]

I took Philosophy of Logic at two different community colleges where I achieved the highest score on all the exams in both classes! I ended up tutoring some friends in both classes and really mastered proofs. I think that is when I fell in love with proofs, and then later I went to University of California Santa Cruz where I took a class called, "Introduction to Proofs and Problem Solving," where I saw nothing but truth tables, Demorgans laws, etc... I can do the truth tables the tedious long way and the shortcut way and I love solving really tough logical proofs. Since I have a B.A. in Pure M [more]

I have taught formal logic for about six years. I received my BA in philosophy from UCLA, and focused a great deal of my time at UCLA on the study of logic and systems of formal proof (logic is one of the five branches of philosophy). I help students understand everything from Aristotlean logic, truth tables and Venn diagrams to Boolean logic, conditionals, quantification and proofs with quantifiers (universal and existential). I truly love the study of logic and I hope to help my students enjoy it a little bit too! But, an "A" is an "A" whether you enjoy it or not...and ultimately, my g [more]

I have always had a fairly logical mind. Logical, analytical thinking comes quite naturally to me. During my freshman year of college, at a time when I had some trouble adjusting to other collegiate level courses, I took Logic for the first time, as a subject, and got an A in it. I believe that a good command of logic is the basis for competence in the fields of math and science, including the science subfield of psychology, which has been my main pursuit, educationally and careerwise. My first very successful experience tutoring was during high school. The son of a family friend was doing po [more]

I took this class at California State University Bakersfield in January of 2015. I have since tutored it several times while being employed by the Mathematics Tutoring Center at California State University Bakersfield. All of these tutoring sessions were successful and the problem at hand was resolved. I am a recent college graduate from California State University Bakersfield. I managed to finish my undergraduate degree in Mathematics Education in 3 1/2 years rather than the usual 4-5, and I graduated Magna Cum Laude. I spent much of my university years tutoring a variety of students in diffe [more]

As a graduate student in an experimental developmental psychology program, I was in charge of designing, conducting, analyzing, and writing up the results from psychological experiments. In designing and writing up experiments, predictions needed to follow from theory, and needed to account for opposing theories and viewpoints which the data may also speak for. This required honing an ability to argue from different positions, both in writing and in public debates. At the end of six years of study, I can confidently say that I am extremely proficient in logical and critical reasoning, and welc [more]

Without logic, there is no code. Have several years of professional experience applying logic in a business setting, as well as several other years performing the logic in motion that is computer science in an academic setting. Hello there! I'm a computer guy with a couple years of tutoring experience, as well as several years of professional experience as both a software developer and an IT guy. When I'm not fixing things on a computer, I sometimes play games like Kerbal Space Progam. I really enjoy helping people connect the dots and understand the things we're trying to study. I'm not goi [more]

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