6 Logic Tutors Found Near Baltimore, MD



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Nikia K.

Logic Tutor

Glen Arm, MD 21057

Will travel 20 miles

$42 per hour.

4.88 93 ratings

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Patient Teacher for Mathematics

Logic is the basis of all pure math courses for which I have a bachelors degree in. I also have 18+ master's credits in pure mathematics courses. I am a secondary mathematics teacher with an advanced professional teaching certificate and six years of experience. I also have eleven years of tutoring experience. As an undergraduate student, I took on tutoring as a part time job and I have loved tutoring ever since. It brings me joy to share my knowledge with students and to experience the "ah ha!" moments with them as concepts begin to make sense. My specialty is in tutoring various levels of [more]


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Angela H.

Logic Tutor

Laurel, MD 20707

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 77 ratings

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Get the quality of a certified teacher in the comfort of your home!

I went to the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) in order to study Logic at St. Mary's College when I was in 8th grade all through high school. I continued to study Logic in various courses throughout college. I am currently a MD State certified Spanish and ESOL teacher working in Montgomery County, but I have taught Spanish and English all over the WORLD - from Thailand to Guatemala (and a few other countries in between). I LOVE to learn and after a few classes with me, you will too! I finished 2 Bachelor's degrees (one in Spanish and the other in Teaching English as a Second Language) in j [more]


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Justin B.

Logic Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21239

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Professor with many years of teaching experience

My doctorate is in mathematical logic and I have published papers in the field. My thesis is available upon request. I have been teaching math at the college level for about 9 years. I enjoy working with people and have often been described as patient. I have taught math in both large univeristies and small colleges; besides knowing the subject I have spent a lot of time thinking about how people learn and how I can help them with learning. I think tutoring one on one gives me a great opportunity to help students really learn the material because I can really get a sense of where a student i [more]



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Boris K.

Logic Tutor

Arnold, MD 21012

Will travel 10 miles

$38 per hour.

4.5 6 ratings

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Math-Programming-Stat-Physics

I have formal education (university course work) in Mathematical logic and graduate degree in Mathematics which would have been impossible to obtain without thorough understanding of principles of logic, knowledge and practice that I can comfortably and confidently convey to my students in an easily comprehended manner. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience in mathematics, computer programming, statistics, physics, and other subjects, where the main difficulty and emphasis stem from the mathematics involved. My students range form grade 5 all the way to graduate students and [more]


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Samuel B.

Logic Tutor

Odenton, MD 21113

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Patient, Knowledgeable Multilingual PhD Student

Formal logic is one of the historical pillars of the discipline of artificial intelligence ??not to mention foundational to computer science. As a researcher in AI, I've become very familiar with formal logic; but I've had to come to it from a rich humanities background, which places me in a unique place to explain the subject to the uninitiated. I'm Sam! I graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a BS in Computer Science, a BA in Russian Language and Literature, and a BM in Piano Performance. Afterward, I decided to stay on at UMD, and I'm currently a PhD student in Artifi [more]


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Craig F.

Logic Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21209

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 23 ratings

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Mathematician and magician

My first course in logic was during my freshman year at UMBC. It was taught through the philosophy department. This course first covered Aristotle's syllogisms. Afterwards, the course covered propositional logic (Boolean logic). And after this, it covered predicate logic (statements with for all, there exists). Predicate logic is the bread and butter of mathematical logic, which I have used throughout my days as an undergraduate and graduate student in mathematics. My ultimate goal as a tutor is to help my students feel comfortable enough with their studies so that they no longer need me to he [more]