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I have a Masters degree in applied mathematics and most coursework for a doctorate. This includes linear algebra, modern algebra, mathematical physics, topology, complex and real variable analysis and functional analysis in addition to calculus and differential equations. Hi!! My name is Harry O. I have been tutoring high school and college students for the past six years. Previously I taught at Georgia Institute of Technology from which I received a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering and a Master's in Applied Mathematics. I also have 25 years of experience in the corporate world. My s [more]

I've taken formal and informal logic as part of my undergraduate philosophy degree. I've also taught formal and informal logic to gifted students, and as part of my pullout math class for high school seniors. I love working with students and enjoy tackling unusual and difficult problems. I have a wide range of experience teaching, and I've worked with students of many different ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. I have a no-drama, tortoise-beats-the-hare approach to teaching, and no matter what your situation is, there's a good chance I've dealt with something like it before. I'm comfort [more]

I received an A in a course on symbolic logic in undergrad. In grad school I also taught a upper division discrete math course which had a module on basic propositional logic. Hi, I'm Sean. I graduated with honors in both Mathematics and Physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2013. For the past five years I have been a Math Ph.D student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and will be receiving my degree this December. I have recently moved to the Chicago and would love to assist you in your mathematical endeavors.. At UNC I had the opportunity to be the sole instructo [more]

I have taken symbolic logic courses in middle school and received an A average. I have also used logic for computer programming courses in high school and college, also receiving A averages in these classes. I feel confident teaching and explaining symbolic logic concepts such as Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, etc. as well as teaching the more general logic concepts like building complex arguments and breaking them down to make sense of them. As a tutor with over a thousand hours of experience, I have experience working with a diverse array of learning styles, ages, and disabilities. While every [more]

Logic is integral to philosophy and having studied and taught philosophy, I am always inherently using logic to create and understand philosophical arguments. I also have experience as a subject matter expert working with LUMA to develop an online course in Ethics, Critical Thinking, and Logic. I have a plethora of experience teaching and tutoring in Philosophy, English, and Writing for diverse college students of multiple age and linguistic backgrounds. I have been teaching Philosophy for 7 years now face-to-face, in a hybrid format, and completely online. I also have experience as a subjec [more]

I have tutored logic and logical reasoning for 3 years. I am conversant with the application of logic in Mathematics and other fields. I tutor tests such as the LSAT which emphasize on logical reasoning. About Me I have MS in Organic Chemistry and during my time in school I tutored students in Chemistry and various other subjects. I was a Teaching Assistant for the 3 years during my masters and enjoyed teaching. It gave me an opportunity to not only improve my teaching style, but it was a challenging experience. In a class setting, it was always important to ensure that every student underst [more]

I have studied logic at the undergraduate and graduate level at the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) and Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, IL) respectively. My training has included first order logic, some proof theory, some set theory, and a small amount of modal logic. I have always been interested in education, and I have had many years of experience as an educator in a variety of settings. I developed my approach to tutoring as a volunteer in public schools and community centers (in NY), as well as during my time as an instructor at community music schools (in NY and IL), summ [more]

I think logic problems are fun, and I love working through them. I scored a 760 out of 800 on the analytical section of the GRE, with 46 correct, 3 incorrect, and 1 omitted [because I ran out of time]. Clearly, this was on an older version of the GRE, but I'm still pretty good at working through logic problems. I grew up in Chicago's south suburbs, then went to the East Coast for college. After graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a major in Cognitive Science and a minor in Writing, I earned a Masters degree in Teaching Mathematics from Tufts University. I taught i [more]

In order to be admitted into the Ph.D. program at The College of William & Mary, I had to complete the GRE. One of the components of this test is the logic section. I scored at the 95th percentile, as compared to other persons taking the test across the nation. My score was the highest score in the history of William & Mary. I teach Algebra from the logical point of view. I teach a unit on nothing but logic at the beginning of the semester. Students learn from this. They also have fun. My experience and expertise in this area should qualify me to teach logic. [more]

I have taken classes from the Philosophy, Computer Science, and Mathematics departments in college and earned As, like philosophy and logic, discrete mathematics, and computer architecture. I have a Masters plus 30 in Mathematics. I have taught and tutored students preparing for the logic-based LSAT test. I use logic to write computer programs and solve math problems often. I am a teacher and instructor with over 7 years in classrooms with students from the 7th grade through college. My students are extremely successful on every high school end-of-course exam and that success continues in [more]

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