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I became interested in studying probability in Algebra 2 in high school. Our teacher brought up the idea that in our class of 25, there was greater than a 50% chance that 2 kids had the same birth date. After class, I asked him to show me the math behind the example. He gave me some further homework of a similar vantage point. In college and then graduate school, I went on to study more probability course work. Most recently I studied probability as part of risk management certification. In financial risk, probability helps determine in likelihood and magnitude of losses. [more]

***My Experience*** In my 10+ years as an educator and tutor I've worked one-on-one with dozens of students on test prep (SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, and Regents), academic subject support (math, physics, chemistry, and Spanish), writing, and college application coaching. My students range in age from 10 to 50 and come from diverse educational backgrounds. I graduated magna cum laude in English from Harvard University, and I have a master's degree from Columbia University, wher... [more]

Majoring in Mathematics and Economics at Williams College required significant study in the fields of probability and statistics. My academic experience is supplemented by my professional experience in financial services, where I applied the principles I learned in school to valuation analysis and economic modeling. As a tutor, I have worked with students in high school and college on these topics both for exam prep and general assignment support. Probability and statistics show up every day of our lives, and without a solid understanding of these subjects we will not be able to deal properly [more]

Hello students and parents, My name is Justin, and I am a software engineer at Google in NYC. In my spare time, I do private tutoring with a specialization in math, computer science, and SAT/ACT prep. I enjoy working with students and sharing my passion for math & CS. It is always my goal to not only help students understand the concepts, but also to make things fun by explaining real life applications. I received a Master's degree in Computer Science from Drexel University, where I also wo... [more]

If you're looking for somebody to either help you catch up in math, or get ahead in math, I'm your guy. I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 12+ years, and full-time for 9+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high sch... [more]

Hi, my name is Wesley. Having attended both Stuyvesant High School and MIT, I am available to tutor in a variety of math subjects as well as standardized test preparation (see below for list). I have more than 8 years of teaching experience, being a volunteer teacher at the Salvation Army, SCORE! coach, SAT tutor at AIM Academy, and private tutoring with middle school, high school, college, and adult students. Math has always been my passion, and I tailor my teaching methods to best match e... [more]

Probability?is the foundation for?statistics. I support students? success in probability so that they can pursue additional statistics classes and a career in statistics. Some students just need to pass Probability so that they can continue with their major, while others are looking for a life-long career. I look forward to supporting you with your probability needs and showing you how simple statistics can be. Welcome! My name is David, and I am a licensed teacher in New York City with over 11 years of experience, specializing in math, business, data science and artificial intelligence. I a [more]

I'm a graduate from Stony Brook University with a Masters in Math Education and Bachelors in Math. I love thinking of new ways to explain concepts and innovative ways to show it visually or with physical models. My goal is to really help a student understand the material, and understand what could potentially be holding him/her back from truly knowing and applying it. While I am open to all students, the best ones I've worked with and had the greatest potential to grow are those that truly d... [more]

Hello! My name is Justin. I'm a new arrival to NYC; I just finished up an MS from Stanford in energy and climate policy, and have started my PhD in Economics and sustainable development at Columbia. My undergraduate was in chemical engineering and chemistry, so math and the sciences are my forte. I have been a tutor for the past 5 years, specializing in chemistry, physics, calculus, SAT math, and SAT critical reading. Over the past 3 summers, I have been a critical reading teacher for clas... [more]

At Lyndon State College (LSC) I aced statistics and subsequently tutored students taking statistics for one academic year from fall 2008 to spring 2009. As a graduate student at The University of Rhode Island (URI), I instructed finite mathematics to undergraduate students three times, and one third of this course pertained to classical and conditional probability. I aced probability and stochastic processes, a graduate level class at URI, which included the following topics: basic properties of probability measures, discrete and continuous random variables, distributions, random walks, genera [more]

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