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I tutor math, computer science and physics. I have experience tutoring high school and college students. I have also developed educational events (treasure hunts) for elementary school children. I earned my B.S. in Mathematics from Michigan State University. I have 20 years experience as a mathematician, software engineer and executive for the DOD and in the financial industry. My approach to tutoring is to work with the student to determine exactly where they are having a problem and t... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$48 per hour.

4.94 109 ratings

I am a retired Naval Officer and former UNIX Computer System Administrator and programmer. I hold a Master of Science Degree in Operations Research, a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science and a Master of Arts Degree in Education (Mathematics 7-12). I am a full time community college instructor and a former high school and middle school teacher. My specialty is in the key Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects that are so critical to success in today's wo... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.98 188 ratings

Hello! My name is Andrew - I am an 11-year veteran of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force, and I currently work as an engineer with a defense contractor. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, and a Master of Education degree from Norwich University. I achieved perfect math scores of 800 on both the SAT and the GRE. I have tutored many students, especially in NY high school Regents math and science courses, as well as college calculus and calculus-ba... [more]

I am an ten-year experienced math teacher in all math courses. I taught all level of students in public and private schools. I graduated from a top ranked university in Turkey, and am completing my masters degree in mathematics education in Western Governors University.... [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. Hello Potential Students! It is a pleasure to be considered for your supplemental learning. My background includes undergraduate and graduate graduate degrees in Management. I have a t [more]

I have 6 years of experience tutoring statistics from one-on-ones to leading study group sessions. A significant proportion of statistics involves understanding probability, so I feel that I am qualified to assist students with probability questions as well. I also have experience with Excel, MiniTab, and SPSS, which at least one of these programs are used in a standard statistics course. I have been tutoring for 5 years in various settings -tutoring small and large groups, private individual tutoring. I started out as a peer tutor while completing my undergraduate at Cornell University. Whil [more]

I have tutored for approximately 2-3 years, both informally and formally. While a student at Onondaga Community College, I would routinely help students in the Math Lab with their work. I enjoy teaching and helping others. Of course, this was done at no cost to the student. Formally, I have tutored individuals of various ages, male and female, school-age and older folks. For my education requirements at Utica College, I did twenty hours of fieldwork at a public school in New Hartford. Whil... [more]

Throughout my degree program in Mathematics, I took several courses pertaining to and utilizing concepts of probability. In intro to statistics and probability you discover the different methodologies and tables used dependent on sample sizes beginning with the normal "bell" curve and determining likelihood of events occurring given arbitrary numbers. Also, permutations and combinations are introduced in later courses. T-tables, z-charts, testing null hypothesis, and finding 'p' values are among the many concepts learned in probability. I used these concepts consistently in intro to statistics [more]

I am well educated and consider myself to be a lifelong learner. I have an undergraduate degree in economics and graduate degrees in public health (epidemiology concentration and medical statistics. Professionally I have been a co-author on several peer reviewed journals and have given several presentations. I have also completed much coursework in geological sciences and have taken supplementary on-line courses in a variety of subjects via the Coursera and EdX platforms. Besides my... [more]

My teaching philosophy aims to work from the strengths of a student to achieve success. I tailor my methods to the learning style of the individual. I also believe in establishing a partnership of shared goals between student and teacher, ensuring a buy-in from the student in order to participate fully. My background is a varied mix of formal education (BS from SUNY-Albany) and informal work experience: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Technical Support), Mildred Elley School (Computer In... [more]

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