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I have taken the logic course at Texas A&M University and was the top scorer, due to the innate understanding. So much so, that the professor, Doctor Dwayne Raymond, specifically assigned me as the SI Leader and tutor of that class for the next few years. Cumulatively, I have tutored well over 200 students, at least 50 of them being one-on-one, in the course. Howdy! My name is John and being an Aggie in the engineering department allowed me to cultivate my long-existing appreciation of tutoring and helping others. I have been tutoring since I was 13 years old, and what I have been able to a [more]

As a math major, I made A's in several proof courses, including intro to real analysis, and real analysis. As a tutor my goal has always been to have a positive impact on the lives of the students with whom I work. No magic wand will put the power of learning solely in my hands, but students that come to me prepared to work will find me a valuable resource and an enthusiastic ally. I have been working in the Austin area as a tutor for over 20 years, and working with WyzAnt since 2008. I majored in math at UT-Austin, taking over 50 credit hours in math alone, as well as 50+ combined credit hour [more]

Currently I am teaching myself logic and discrete mathematics by reading textbooks. However, I have also found it useful to engage myself in puzzles from various other books and websites such as Brilliant.org or the book on logic puzzles: Satan, Cantor, and Infinity. At the moment I am studying from the book on Logic, Sets, and Functions by Daniel Bonevac, Nicholas M. Asher, and Robert C. Koons. In addition I have an associates in mathematics from Austin Community College and will be completing my dual bachelors in Physics and Astronomy at UT Austin within the next year. [more]

As a mathematics major, I learned logic and proofs as well as any philosophical logician. Since 2013, I have tutored both individuals and large groups in Texas A&M's introductory logic course (Phil 240). I am very familiar with the syllabuses and teaching styles of its professors. If you're feeling illogical because of this course or its Blinn equivalent (Phil 2303), I can help you master it as well as Mr. Spock himself! I can keep your head from spinning over mathematics, economics, statistics, physics, or logic. I?ve been tutoring individual students and groups at the college and high school [more]

I took and passed a college course on logic. It included everything from fallacies to categorical logic to predicate logic to statement logic to induction and probability. I?ve always had a natural gift and aptitude for teaching and working with people, and I want to share my love for math and logic with others. I believe that students can learn difficult concepts best in a one on one environment, where we can spend time on what you need. I find that specifically when learning the ?STEM? fields, people ask ?Why do we need to know this?? To a math and science tutor, this just makes me sad. Both [more]

I am qualified to tutor Philosophy of Logic because I have passed the course at local college with grade of A. As an electrical engineer for past 13 years, I have applied logic in my critical thinking and problem solving and computer programming logic. Finally, when I was a tutor at the local community college I had tutored multiple students in the same course of Introduction to Philosophy of Logic that I took. I have a long history of tutoring math and science at Austin Community College in addition to working as an engineer, so I can understand the application of the math and science. But [more]

I took undergraduate course in Introduction to Mathematical logic and I have taught the same course as a TA in college. I'm a graduate student in Texas A & M university and working towards getting my PhD in mathematics. When I was an undergraduate I took various courses in math so I have a good broad knowledge in all fields. I worked as a TA in differential equations at Texas A & M University. More importantly I had thought mathematics to high school students and college students for seven years. When I was in my high school and college I took part in International mathematics competitions [more]

I received training in logic primarily through proofs in mathematics classes taken at UT-Austin. I also received some additional training from philosophy classes on symbolic logic and Godel's Incompleteness Theorem. I tutored all levels of undergraduate mathematics at UT-Austin for 7 years, through UT's Learning Skills Center. My experience includes tutoring both engineering and business calculus students, as well as students in differential equations. However, I also have helped students in pre-calculus, linear algebra, college algebra, and survey math courses outside of the sciences. [more]

I'm a PhD in Mathematics and am preparing to teach a course, including Mathematical Logic. I've already prepared this part of my course. Now, I can tutor Logic. I'm a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics, a Research Professor. I'm the CEO of Math Consulting. I taught Math, Physics, and Science at a high school. I taught at the Moscow State University, at the Institute for Theoretical & Experimental Physics in Moscow, Russia, at the University of Texas at Austin, at the University of Phoenix, at the Academy of Health Care Professions, at the ITT-tech Institute, at the Austin Communit [more]

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