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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]

I have been tutoring high school and college students for the past seven years. Typically, I find that most students, even those who claim not to be ?math people,? have the skill and ability necessary to be successful, but they often lack confidence. I?m ready to lend a hand -- coaching not just the course material, but offering reassurance and friendly encouragement along the way! I want you or your child to feel confident and prepared for every exam, so my hours are very flexible. I am... [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]

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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]

Hi! In 2012, I graduated from Dartmouth College, where I majored in Biology. The next year, I became certified in Elementary Education through Dartmouth's graduate program. I have taught every grade and subject, and have worked one-on-one with children with Autism, ADD, ADHD, and Dyslexia. I love teaching, and also the challenge of teaching individuals successfully. I enjoy figuring out their misconceptions, whether surface-level or deeply rooted, so that learning becomes exciting and f... [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 professional Software Engineer who has industry experience in real-time and embedded systems. I have developed everything from real-time aerodynamic hardware-in-the-loop simulations and a large multi-site web-based radar system to a small soccer game on a mini-tablet computer (embedded processor). I have always had a strong desire to learn, and an ability to explain difficult concepts simply. I have applied in actual projects the programming and mathematics that I teach, and have a ... [more]

Hello Students and Parents, I am a former math teacher (4 years of experience in middle school and high school) and am now studying to be a missionary at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Tutoring has been a passion of mine since I began teaching because I have seen over and over how students utilize and appreciate the one on one learning experience over the impersonal classroom experience. I have a love for the beauty mathematics and statistics, their patterns and their power to hel... [more]

As a graduation gift, I received a book on creating your mission statement for work and for life. The book influenced me to generate my life mission statement, so that deviating off my path becomes improbable. This is my mission statement: I understand I am a finite being with finite time but I hold infinite possibilities to be a beacon of light to my community. This stimulates my desire to dominate all challengers through intense preparation, to survive in uncharted situations, and to educat... [more]

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