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I am a college level professor looking to make extra cash by helping you understand your subject matter. My background is Industrial engineering with post graduate studies in mathematical statistics. I have taught all levels of math but prefer only College level subject tutoring. My tutoring style is very hands-on... meeting in person is the only way I prefer to teach. My sessions are 75 minutes for the simple reason is that 60 minutes goes by much too fast; also because this is a college ... [more]

I have an undergraduate and graduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Florida A&M University and Columbia University, respectively. I have worked for over 12 years as a management consultant and engineer in the following industries: Information Technology, Defense, Government, and Biomedical Research. I also have a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. I love math and science. It is a pleasure to see the expression on someone's face when they realize that they understand a complex topic. Bac... [more]

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$35 per hour.

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I have tutored multiple students in Probability. One student went from an F to a B on her next exam after receiving my help. My current Master's program at USF also has covered this topic. I currently am a Middle School Math Teacher in the Public School System. I hold a B.A. from Brandeis University in Massachusetts and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of South Florida for Mathematics. At 13 I first took the SAT and received a 770 in Math. Four years later I took the SAT again and received a perfect 800 in Math. At the age of 14 I took the SAT II Math IC and received a 79 [more]

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$75 per hour.

4.93 209 ratings

I enjoy sharing my knowledge while helping others overcome academical challenges. I am very patient and I tutor through constant interaction and real life examples. I had won over 30 national and international mathematics competitions. I have a professional yet warm presence and attitude.... [more]

I used to teach math in the public school system. I am certified to teach math grades 6-12 in the State of Florida. I graduated from the University of South Florida in 2008 with a degree in Finance. I currently work in the Healthcare field, but I love teaching math so much that I continue to tutor. I am very energetic and my energy is contagious. Different students have different learning styles, and I am able to adapt to the student to maximize his or her learning. If you're lookin... [more]

I received a B.S. and M. Sc. degree in Computer Sciences from Universidad Central de Las Villas (UCLV), Cuba, in 2002 and 2006, respectively. Since 2005, I have been in the Center of Studies on Electronic and Information Technologies (CEETI) as Auxiliary Professor. His research interests are Image Processing and Pattern Recognition applied to Biomedical Applications. I have taught the following undergraduate courses: Mathematical Analysis, Calculus, Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Probabilit... [more]

In both college and high school, my close friends always came to me asking for help in their Pre-Calculus and Calculus. At my time at Purdue, I tutored at-risk adult students with the school and took a small tutoring-specific class to expand my knowledge of tutoring techniques and theory. I have also had tutored students independently and with other companies. I like seeing my student progress, gaining confidence in their ability. I have always tested in standardized tests within the to... [more]

The probability of an event is a measure of the chance that the event occurs; namely the relative possibility that an event will occur, as expressed by the ratio of the number of actual occurrences to the total number of possible occurrences. This instruction provides an elementary introduction to probability with applications. I?ve learned about probability in various places including; on the job training (OJT) at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Six Sigma training in Fortune Five aerospace, and collegiate Thermodynamics/ Solid State Physics instruction. Quantifying such a complex a [more]

I have taught probability at Junior Colleges, 'career' colleges and community colleges. I have taken graduate courses in probability and statistics. My approach is very practical and I use examples that the students are very familiar with - especially related to their major or their course of study. I present the processes using a step-by-step method that the student writes down in their notes with many examples. Hello All: I am Jim, also known as "Jim The Math Guy" or "King Tutor." I have over 30 years in the field of math education and have taught at places as diverse as prison and pa [more]

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