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I am qualified in logic - generally - given my minor in philosophy completed at Boston College in May 2015. I am qualified - specifically - given my course grade "A" in the course "Logic", which I completed during my third year of study. In addition to this introductory course, I earned an "A-" in the course "Charles S. Pierce", which (as the name suggests) was dedicated to the study of American logician Charles S. Pierce. I have since continued to study logic, largely in preparation for the October 2015 LSAT, on which I scored in the 90th percentile. [more]

As part of my computer science training, I was required to study logic and how it applies to algorithms in computer science. Logic is the building block of all sciences and math, and without understanding it the student will have a hard time in all of those. I also took a philosophy course in logic. I typically teach all concepts of logic from analogies to logical operations and their composition, as well as logic problems and how to solve them using the logical grid. I believe that every student is capable of learning. My goal is to allow them to reach their maximum potential by getting them [more]

All computer science PhDs have to take courses in formal logic. I am a Computer Science PhD. Therefore, Socrates is mortal. My dissertation was on logic programming and databases. I have a PhD in computer science and have worked in the field for over 20 years. I teach business, IT, Computer Science, Math, Philosophy, Writing, and a host of other subjects. Of thousands of students served, I have a 98% "would recommend" rating. My approach is student-centered, based off the theories of Carl Rogers augmented by design thinking. I understand the student whose approach requires assistance; I hav [more]

As a PhD student in Mathematics Education, I solve a number of unusual, non-routine problems and enjoy it! If you're just breaking into logic in high school geometry, I can help you figure that stuff out, too. Hi there! I'm Patrick, and I'd be happy to help you learn something new! I am currently a Mathematics Education doctoral student at Columbia University, where I have completed my Mathematics BA (2014), Mathematics Education MA (2016), and Mathematics Education MPhil (2017). This will mark my 10th year as a private tutor in Mathematics from Kindergarten to University level (with a particu [more]

I can help you with symbolic logic, sentence logic and predicate logic. I can explain truth functional operators, necessary vs. sufficient conditions, contrapositive - my favorite! - and more. I will explain logic's concepts to you in plain English and everyday analogies (which I make up on the fly), in a way that your teachers and textbooks can't. I will show you techniques for making truth tables easy to do and understand. I will work with you on proofs and show you tips for doing them. I have not taken a formal logic course. But I have a computer science undergraduate degree and mathemati [more]

I have studied both formal logic (symbolic logic) as well as informal logic at the undergraduate and graduate level. Accordingly, I am qualified to teach logic at all levels, up to and including high level college courses. I can help you grasp the concepts clearly, and develop your proficiency in applying the rules of formal logic to test validity, understand proofs, and if you are in a higher level course, work with modal rules and proofs. I'm a top one percent scorer who has more than 20 years experience with the LSAT and who really knows how to teach it inside and out . Despite the apparent [more]

My credentials in logic come from the semesters I spent at Fordham University, where taking at least two classes in logic was mandatory. I passed both with very good grades. I can teach students basic logic, syllogisms, "if-then" statements, avoid logical fallacies, and how to draw conclusions by using deductive reasoning. Mathematically, I can help teach students to apply mathematical rules and concepts to their work. Other logic topics I can help with include how to construct a logical argument, how to support a statement, and how to arrive at a correct conclusion. I can also teach the di [more]

I have studied formal logic during both my undergraduate coursework at St. John's College (Aristotelian) and my graduate coursework at The University of Chicago (Frege, Russel, Wittgenstein). At The University of Chicago I received my masters degree in political philosophy. I currently tutor graduate-level philosophical logic, focusing on Frege and the subsequent analytic tradition of Western philosophy. Hello! My name is Jeffrey. I hold a B.A. in the history of philosophy, science, and mathematics from St. John's College and an M.A. from the University of Chicago in Public Policy and Politica [more]

I am a PhD student in mathematics and logic is an integral topic within mathematics. I have tutored students in set theory and logic, finite math, and discrete math for several years. I understand various proof techniques, including proof by induction, proof by contraposition, proof by contradiction, etc. and in fact employ these techniques each and every day in my own coursework. I am an inquisitive student of the seemingly disparate disciplines of mathematics and music. I am currently a Pure Mathematics PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan. I also have my BM from the Crane In [more]

I've studied many logic courses in college. These include model theory, proof theory, and computability. I've also spent time researching algorithmic randomness and TAing some courses. As a senior in high school, I tutored students one-on-one in calculus, physics, and SAT prep. In my second year of college, I taught middle school students advanced mathematical concepts in an enrichment course called the Young Scholars Program. I led small, weekly sessions which utilized hands-on and collaborative methods. Since September 2015, I've been privately tutoring math around New York City. The sum of [more]

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