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In addition to tutoring privately for over a decade, I worked in a community college math tutoring center for four years. At the same college, I tutored math for Disability Support Services and also for the Division of Blind Services. In addition to Probability, Statistics, and Logic, I tutor all math subjects including High School, College Remedial, College Algebra, Liberal Arts Math, Probability, Precalculus, Geometry, and Trigonometry. Whatever difficulties you're having, I'm sure I can get you back on track. [more]

As a 3rd year Ph.D. student at Tulane, I have the experience of taking on statistics classes covering basic to advanced topics. Moreover, my work relies on statistics regularly, and I've become familiar with the techniques involved in its applications. I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with math and boosting their confidence in their own abilities. Watching s [more]

I graduated from Bennington College in Vermont with a bachelor's degree in mathematics, and at that time, I was already exploring my interest in communicating mathematics. I worked with a historian of mathematics for two internships, and as a senior project, I delivered a lecture series on mathematics for the general audience. I have been tutoring since college, running volunteer math tutor hours, and serving as a TA for a course. After college, I privately tutored the SAT and Algebra II f... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$115 per hour.

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I have taught probability and statistics at UNO and have passed an actuarial exam covering probability topics. I am enrolled as a PhD student in biostatistics. I currently hold a Master of Science in mathematics (statistics). My areas of expertise are probability and statistics (particularly biostatistics) , high school math (algebra, geometry, and pre-calculus), college math (pre-calculus and calculus), microeconomics, game theory, and econometrics. The method I have found works best is to have the student try to identify why the class is not going well. Often students get behind and get fr [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$70 per hour.

4.94 305 ratings

I graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, and then went on to matriculate with the Class of 2014 at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. As a proud new father, I have currently taken a temporary leave from my last year of medical studies to tend to my new responsibilities. However, I am keen on using this time to simultaneously teach and thus help others pursue their own dreams. I spent three years in undergrad servin... [more]

I am a crazy mathematics fanatic. I have loved math from age 14 in high school. As a high school student, I breezed through accelerated classes (1/2 year courses) until I was learning calculus as a junior. I started tutoring at age 15 and created a solid business in the Lafayette area. By the time I started college, I realized that teaching math was my passion, and I decided to get a math degree. While in college I continued to tutor. I worked for a tutoring business in Opelousas for ... [more]

I like math, and I enjoy helping others understand mathematical concepts and methodologies. I really enjoy that moment when "the light bulb goes on" and a student "gets it". Explaining the underlying concepts and relating them to something the student can understand really helps. I believe the goal of mathematics is understanding not merely finding a solution to a particular problem or following some recipe of memorized equations and steps. I have tutored math through Faulkner State and Pen... [more]

I am a computer science and math major at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I currently work at UAH as a teaching assistant for the mathematics department. I also work at Calhoun Community College as a math tutor in the Calhoun math lab. I have 2 years? experience in helping students learn mathematics. The area I have most experience in helping students with is calculus. Most students who need my help are in calculus A, B, or C, but I can help with many other math classes as well. ... [more]

I can see the potential in any person. I will engage the learner to demystify challenging material , helping learner establish greater confidence. I am trained in common core Math for 6-121th grade, College Algebra, Physical sciences, Chemistry and Bilogy. Also, I provide strong support in standardize test preparation such as GRE, GMAT, and ACT. Using in depth questioning and visuals , learners are developed to greatest extent. Everyone has the capacity to learn, its only a matter a disco... [more]

In college, I took courses in Probability and Stochastic Processes. I also took Mathematical Statistics 1 and 2. I have taught probability in finite mathematics, elementary statistics, and introductory probability courses at university. I have taught from the frequentist perspective and from the Bayesian perspective. I have found that in teaching probability it is important to address student misconceptions about basic notions such as randomness, independence, conditional probability and representativeness. I have found that exploring students misconceptions about probability is very helpful [more]

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