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Majoring in Mathematics and Economics at Williams College required significant study in the fields of probability and statistics. My academic experience is supplemented by my professional experience in financial services, where I applied the principles I learned in school to valuation analysis and economic modeling. As a tutor, I have worked with students in high school and college on these topics both for exam prep and general assignment support. Probability and statistics show up every day of our lives, and without a solid understanding of these subjects we will not be able to deal properly [more]

I graduated with a BA from Rutgers University in May 2014, and an M.Sc. in 2017 in Mathematical Finance. At Rutgers University, I worked as a math tutor from my first semester freshman year to my last semester senior year, tutoring subjects from algebra and precalculus to calculus 1-4, Math Analysis, and other upper-level courses. I helped hundreds of students throughout the various struggles presented in the undergraduate math curriculum and have aided all types of learners. I have helped st... [more]

Hello! My name is Justin. I'm a new arrival to NYC; I just finished up an MS from Stanford in energy and climate policy, and have started my PhD in Economics and sustainable development at Columbia. My undergraduate was in chemical engineering and chemistry, so math and the sciences are my forte. I have been a tutor for the past 5 years, specializing in chemistry, physics, calculus, SAT math, and SAT critical reading. Over the past 3 summers, I have been a critical reading teacher for clas... [more]

At Lyndon State College (LSC) I aced statistics and subsequently tutored students taking statistics for one academic year from fall 2008 to spring 2009. As a graduate student at The University of Rhode Island (URI), I instructed finite mathematics to undergraduate students three times, and one third of this course pertained to classical and conditional probability. I aced probability and stochastic processes, a graduate level class at URI, which included the following topics: basic properties of probability measures, discrete and continuous random variables, distributions, random walks, genera [more]

Hi, my name is Chak. I was a former PhD student majored in mechanical engineering and a teaching assistant at New Jersey Institute of Technology between 2007 and 2011. On September 2011, I decided to withdraw from the PhD program. My 4 years of teaching experience made me realized that I was more interested in teaching rather than researching. Before I withdrew from the PhD program, I have finished most of the required course works with a cumulative GPA of 3.97. I started tutoring shortly a... [more]

I have a PhD in computer science and have worked in the field for over 20 years. I teach business, IT, Computer Science, Math, Philosophy, Writing, and a host of other subjects. Of thousands of students served, I have a 98% "would recommend" rating. My approach is student-centered, based off the theories of Carl Rogers augmented by design thinking. I understand the student whose approach requires assistance; I have walked in your shoes and found the ways out of the miasma of confusion that... [more]

I am a Masters of Data Science student at Columbia University in the City of New York, having recently graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a BS in Mathematics and a focus in statistics, obtaining a 4.0 in my major. While an undergrad, I worked through the University as a resource center counselor, in-class learning assistant, honors teaching assistant for calculus II, and advanced grader for Real Analysis and Modern Algebra courses. I also had the great pleasure of helping ... [more]

I have taught probability as part of an economic and business course I have given on the university level for nearly twenty years. Additionally, I use probability and statistics in my research as an economic historian. Hi, I'm Richard. I have been helping students as a tutor for over thirty years in subjects as different as accounting and chemistry. My philosophy of tutoring, and teaching in general, is that the student should always be in the process of learning TWO things: the subject at hand, of course, but even more importantly he or she should be learning how best to approach new and unfa [more]

I am a passionate and friendly tutor who has been doing this for the past 11 years with tremendous success. I've worked for big test-prep companies, including a stint with Kaplan where I helped design curriculum, train teachers, and was awarded Manhattan's Teacher of the Year award for 2007; I then taught online test prep for two years with a startup called Knewton. In addition, I have tutored students at all levels, from 5th grade through college, all around New York City and, through the in... [more]

Hi! Hello! I am currently a senior in high school that is planning on attending UCSD in the fall of this year. It may seem like a terrible choice to have a high school student tutoring in other high school subjects, but it is actually a very good idea. After years of preparing myself for college, I find myself highly qualified to return the knowledge I have accumulated back to my students. I have already taught many other high school students for nearly a year now, and all of them have ended ... [more]

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