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I consider Probability one of my strongest mathematical subjects. I have taken college and graduate-level classes centered on probability theory. I have even authored scholarly papers related to practical applications of probability and statistics. My B.S. degree is in Cognitive Science, with a specialty in Computation, and a Minor in Math. My Master's is in Psychology, and while earning that degree, I worked in a lab that focused on using probability theory to model human perception and behavior. [more]

To prospective students: Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Amorsolo, "Amor" for short. I have tutored at schools and homes with small groups of 5-7 students and one-on-one for 7 years. The areas that I specialize in are math and science. I do tutor other subjects with the exception of English and history. I enjoy tutoring and helping people learn about things. To me, there is nothing better then working with individuals learn something and finally seeking them have that "AHA"... [more]

Ever since I can remember, I have been good at math. I grew up in Miami, Florida and I had great math teachers in middle school and high school. I graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor's in Mathematics. I have used my knowledge diligently as a teacher for 10 years. I have taught Algebra 1 and 2, as well as Pre-calculus and AP Statistics, also Middle School Math. During my time as a teacher I have also tutored students in SAT Math. My favorite time as a teacher was wh... [more]

I am an MIT graduate (MSEE), and was on the Math Team at Bronx High School of Science, NY. I was a Principal Engineer for Raytheon/ Applied Remote Technology working on designing and building remote-controlled underwater vehicles. I have also done electronic circuit simulation and analysis by computer, missile test equipment design, and space vehicle electronics troubleshooting. I have consulted for various electronics companies in the San Diego area. I was editor of the NYU Quadrangle en... [more]

My primary goal as a teacher is to instill into my students an appreciation and sense of wonder for the physical world, whether it be in a sophisticated laboratory or in everyday life. These elements have motivated my lifelong study of physics, and I believe that even for the most seemingly disinterested students there are ways to make physics personal and relevant. Accordingly, I feel that the biggest challenges are not in teaching advanced courses but in entry level courses, especially th... [more]

I work as a Teaching Associate on various Math subjects on California State University San Marcos and I have Master's in Industrial Engineering and Bachelor's with Honors in Financial Mathematics, so my educational background gave and 12 year tutoring and teaching experience gave me exceptional skill set in problem solving and teaching the test taking strategies in Probability. I work as a Teaching Associate on various Math subjects on California State University San Marcos and I have Master's in Industrial Engineering and Bachelor's with Honors in Financial Mathematics, so my educational back [more]

Calculating probabilities can be a challenge. As a College Math professor, in which I spend an entire unit on probabilities, I can help any student learn to read problems and extract the required information to calculate the correct probabilities. I can also help them apply these concepts to real world applications. Every student is different and has different needs. As an experienced Math Professor, I am able to utilize several different methods to help any student learn the material, which translates very well for in person tutoring. Currently, I am pursuing my Doctorate in Philosophy [more]

I have had over two years experience tutoring high school students in geometry, algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus. I graduated with an applied mathematics B.A. and a minor in mathematical education, so I am more than qualified to answer any questions your students may have. My teaching philosophy is to help the the students understand where the formulas come from. By doing this, the students won't just have to memorize formulas, they will be able to derive them if they need... [more]

Hey there, I'm a graduate of UC San Diego, where I was a 4.0 student studying Political Science and Business. I have over 300 hours tutoring students of all ages, grades, and skill sets. I feel that as a tutored student, I will be able to better assess your needs and progress because I've been on the other side of the table. I am well versed in English, Math, and Science and pride myself in explaining concepts in a clear, logical manner so as for you to better understand the material. If I wa... [more]

I taught Math 311 Probability and Statistics at SDSU for 3 semesters in 2010 and 2011. I have been teaching both accounting and computer science at Palomar College part time since 2002. I also have a BS in Math, a California Single Subject Math Teaching Credential and will be earning an MA in Math Teaching by the end of 2012. I have been tutoring math and other subjects since 2004. HOWEVER: please understand that I am not here to do your homework for you. You must attempt the work before asking me for help.... [more]

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