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I excelled in probability courses that I have taken. I also tutored probability when I was a graduate assistant in college. In addition, I have tutored intro statistics students whose main struggle was the probability involved. Hello! I started tutoring as a graduate student at Uni and later became an instructor there. It was then with my coworkers that I learned how rewarding helping students can be. Not only because I love what I have learned, but I also love discussions about said material. My coworkers and I always welcomed students to our office for questions even if they were not our stu [more]

My mission as a tutor is to help you find your confidence and strengths as a learner. With experience teaching and tutoring from middle school through college in many levels of mathematics, as well as CRLA Certification, I can help identify precise areas for improvement, create a study plan that works for you, and focus on essential concepts. I bring endless patience and positivity to every session and will do everything I can to make our time both productive and enjoyable! I am comfortabl... [more]

My fall schedule is filling up. I have a couple of random evening times for ?math emergencies.? I have morning and early afternoon times. Due to the time difference, this works very well for East Coast students online. A bit about me... I didn't start out with the thought of being a teacher. I followed my heart...my passion for math. I have a Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics and I emphasize the teaching. I have been teaching at the college level for the past 20+ years and tuto... [more]

Originally from England, I graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Mathematics. As a tutor I enjoy meeting students of all backgrounds and abilities, thinking through problems together and making progress in understanding the concepts behind the questions. I personally find math fascinating and beautiful, and I love sitting down with a student to help him or her to explore areas that they had not previously encountered or understood. My belief is that when a student understands (... [more]

I've had experience teaching and tutoring math as a grad student in math, and currently work as a math tutor at the community college. It's been very gratifying to take students who are struggling with math to the point where they are crying and get them to feel better about their progress. I try hard to prepare students not just for the class they're currently taking, but also give them a good background for future math classes. One of the stumbling blocks for some students is simple lack o... [more]

I actually teach Psychology, but I also do quite a bit of math tutoring because I really love math, and love helping people with it! I've been tutoring various kinds of math an average of 5 - 10 hours a week for about 10 years now. I love tutoring math because I get to spend time talking about something I'm enthusiastic about anyway. But even more important is helping people to understand math, and get over their anxiety and develop confidence in their math ability. I understand math an... [more]

I have been using and teaching probability and statistics for many years. My Master's thesis attests to my skills at data analysis, and I have taught college classes on introductory statistics. I am also familiar with advanced statistical methods such as multiple regression and structural equation modeling. Hi, I am a longtime university teacher and expert in math and the social sciences. I earned Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Cognitive Science at the University of California. I have taught university classes for four years and have privately tutored students for over a decade. I am avai [more]

Hello! My name is Jordan and I am an engineer. I have an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and a masters degree in Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Groundwater and Soil Pollution Control. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my expansive knowledge of math, science, and engineering with students. I believe that a great teacher is encouraging, lively, and flexible. My lesson structure is adaptive, with a high emphasis on individual growth. I have three yea... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Public Policy from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. In grad school, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for both graduate and undergraduate students and discovered the rewarding experience of helping others learn to reach their highest potential. I love engaging with students, both those in and outside of formal schooling, promoting the advancement of knowledge. My favorite moments i... [more]

Probability is one of the more enjoyable subjects in precalculus mathematics. How many ways are there of flipping a coin five times? How many three-letter combinations of the letters A, B, C, D, E, and F are there -- if order counts (A, B, C being different from C, A, B, for example) or if it does not? If you have 3 green marbles, 4 yellow marbles, and 6 blue marbles in a black bag, what are the chances of drawing at least one green marble in three tries, given you replace the marbles each time? What do "nCr" and "nPr" mean, and how do they relate to the three-letter combination questions abov [more]

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