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Graduate degrees in statistics and actuarial science. Recognized as TA and can provide teaching evaluations upon request. In my own experience, I've found success in mathematical sciences requires a combination of repetition, revision, and recall, but I am flexible and adaptive to different learning styles. I welcome students and/or parents to set their own goals/expectations, and I tailor the curriculum to suit those goals. Below are my entrance exam scores. SAT: 790/800 Math, 700/800 Verbal SAT II Math IIC Subject Test: 790/800 AP Calculus AB: 5/5 GRE: 800/800 Math (94%), 690/800 Verbal (96 [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

I took two statistics courses while in college. One being an introductory course and the other being calculus based probability. Hi, my name is Brett and I am a graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Chemistry. I received an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award for excellence in my major. I have worked as a free-lance tutor for the past year for middle-school and high-school aged students, specializing in helping students in the sciences including Biology and Physics, as well as math at vari [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.89 219 ratings

My name is Marty, and I would love to tutor your children in whatever they need help in. I majored in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and also achieved an Associates in Science from Parkland Community College. For my Associates degree, I studied mostly chemistry and math, but also physics and biology. For my history major, I mostly studied European History, but also took many classes in U.S. and Ancient History. I feel that I am very proficient in all areas and ... [more]

I have earned credit for more than twenty courses in probability and statistics, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, I worked for more than thirty years as an actuary, where I frequently used probability concepts in pricing various life insurance policies. For these reasons, I believe that I can help you understand how to solve your probability problems. Teaching Experience: Adjunct instructor in over 100 finance, statistics and algebra courses at various universities throughout the Chicago land area. Have tutored many college and high school students in statistics, fin [more]

Hello, my name is Pierre, a native of Chicago and lover of good food and Microsoft excel. I have an MBA in finance and love helping others learn. When I was in fifth grade I thought that I wasn't good at math until my teacher gave me word problems to solve, specifically ones concerning money. It turned out that I was a wiz at them and from then on, I connected the ability to do math with the ability to make money. In high school I was a Mathlete and was noted as a Who's Who in American High S... [more]

I'm a a fully qualified teacher from Scotland that has recently moved here due to marriage and now have my green card. I love teaching, and whilst I await registration at state level here I really want to continue to teach, tutor and help wherever possible. Secondary teaching Maths in Scotland includes everything from basic skills (i.e., 5 year old ability due to our inclusive system) up to calculus, geometry, trigonometry, algebra, etc. all at university entrance standards (i.e., about... [more]

I am currently a high school teacher in a South suburb of Chicago, and I have worked in the same district for the last 11 years. I am licensed to teach Secondary Education, with endorsements in Mathematics and Business Computer Programming. Every year, I typically teach courses in Algebra and Geometry, as well as AP Computer Science (Programming in Java). In the past, I have also taught Probability and Statistics, and other computer programming courses, such as C, C++ and Web Programming. ... [more]

I taught probability in conjunction with every statistics course I ever taught. I have also taught probability in lower division courses such as College Math, College Algebra, and Problem Solving. I wrote a chapter on probability in several textbooks. I have tutored probability at 4+ colleges and 1 high school, for students using my textbooks (by phone or by email), and by students at other schools either taking statistics or preparing for the SAT or ACT. I have taught at 7 different colleges (public, private, and technical). I received awards for my teaching based on student evaluations - mos [more]

I can tutor in most kinds and levels of mathematics and many areas of statistics. In addition, I can tutor in some levels of physics. I have a degree in mathematics with a minor in physics. Also, I have earned a doctorate in educational psychology with an emphasis in research and evaluation including many courses in applied statistics. I also have a few courses in statistics with my undergraduate degree in mathematics. In addition, I have taught mathematics at the middle school level for... [more]

Probability is a fun subject. We all use it every day whether we realize it or not. Sometimes we rely on "empirical" probabilities as when we estimate which route to work in the morning will most likely be the fastest. Other times we have to resort to "subjective" probabilities when we make picks for a World Series or Super Bowl. With the proper approach probability is actually overly difficult. I am a fun-loving, pragmatic, task master. I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some [more]

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