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I taught symbolic logic several times while a graduate student at UC-Irvine, and also taught logic as a component of the discrete mathematics courses at Virginia Tech as a line instructor there. As a mathematician with a doctorate, I have had extensive experience using formal logic. In one capacity or another (graduate teaching assistant, university line instructor, high school teacher) I have been teaching for much of the last eleven years; my favorite part of my teaching jobs has been tutoring people one on one in office hours, where progress towards learning is much easier to see and sense. [more]

I have always had strong problem-solving and reasoning skills, which have helped me succeed in all areas of study, especially mathematics. I also enjoy solving logic puzzles. I took the LSAT, a logic and reasoning test, on a whim and scored a 92%. My strong communication abilities allow to me explain reasoning process to others, which helps them comprehend how to reach the solution. Hi! I love helping people, which is why I've chosen to be a tutor. Whether it's elementary-school-aged children learning the fundamentals, high school students preparing to take their ACTs, SATs or a class te [more]

I taught LOGIC at the undergraduate level at Strayer University in Baltimore MD periodically for several years during the early 2000s. I taught the process of arguments and symbolic logic as part of the curriculum. My student evaluations of this subject averaged approximately 4.2 out of 5. I have decades of experience teaching undergraduate and adult learners that feel they are lost with mathematics or statistics. I thoroughly enjoy teaching individuals that have some fear of the subjects, because once they understand that I also experienced this fear, then they realize they are not alone w [more]

I have taken multiple courses in mathematical logic, theory of computation, model theory, set theory, Boolean algebra, and digital design at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at University of Maryland, UNCG, and NC State. Additionally, I passed a PhD qualifying exam in the subject. I have been tutoring and teaching basic algebra through advanced undergraduate level* math for over 10 years. My students and clients have consistently praised my patience and clarity. During my time as a mathematics lecturer and TA at the University of Maryland, I received a Gold Medal in Teaching Excellen [more]

I have an extensive quantitative background, including numerous methods, mathematics, and deductive logic courses. I am a PhD candidate at UNC, one of the best Political Science programs in the country (top 10). Currently I am working on my dissertation, and teaching undergraduate classes. At UNC I was a sole instructor for Introduction to U.S. government (Fall 2017), and Quantitative Research in Political Science (Spring 2018). The latter course introduces statistics, data science, and programming in R for social science research. I also have been teaching SAT and GRE courses (all sections) f [more]

I completed MA 225 Foundations of Advanced Mathematics at NCSU with a B. I completed MA 425 Mathematical Analysis I at NCSU with a B. Both classes apply propositional logic! I am a graduate of NCSU with a degree in Applied Mathematics. I have am not a seasoned tutor due to the fact of dealing with such a heavy school schedule. However, I do have a great depth of knowledge in regards to Mathematics. I went to Union Pines High School (grad in 2012) and work in Southern Pines, NC at UPS as a PT Supervisor. I take pride in seeing you or your child get more improved as the course or semester [more]

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