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Thanks for checking out my profile. My name is Alex, and I have over a decade's worth of experience either tutoring or teaching in the classroom. I have a bachelor's degree in math and a master's degree in teaching from Kent State University. While I was in college I worked for the university as a math tutor. I covered classes ranging from Intro to College Algebra through Calculus II and Statistics. I'm currently in my seventh year of teaching. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra... [more]

First, a bit about me... I live in the northwestern part of Columbus, Ohio, not far from Dublin, Worthington, and Powell. I am 57 years old. I hold a graduate degree from a Big Ten university (no, not Ohio State, though both of my kids graduated from OSU) and work for the Ohio Department of Education. My field is testing and assessment, and my understanding of tests and test items has proved helpful in preparing students for standardized tests. I specialize in high school and college-lev... [more]

I have been a math teacher for the last 8 years. I have taught at the college level as adjunct faculty for the last 5 years and dual enrollment courses for the last 3 years. I have over 12 years of tutoring experience including training with the Princeton Review and 2 years at Sylvan Tutoring Center. I have extensive experience in teaching test-taking strategies and 3 year of AP Statistics experience. I have a degree in Mathematics and a minor in Psychology from the University of Michigan. M... [more]

I have 18 years of teaching experience at a college level at Devry University and Franklin University in all levels of algebra, precalculus and statistics. I can tutor math for the GED, ASVAB, prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, college algebra and precalculus. Even though I have a full time job, I teach and tutor math because I enjoy it. Prior to teaching, I was a math tutor for 2 years. I have also been tutoring high school and college students through Wyzant for the past 5 years. I hav... [more]

Since the late 1990's, I have assisted high school, undergraduate, and graduate students with learning statistics. Further, I have used statistical analysis in the workplace for over ten years. In graduate school I completed a quantitative core curriculum, which included courses in measurement, research methods, design, and multivariate analysis. I have expertise in Structural Equation Modeling as well as standard techniques such as regression and ANOVA. In 2002 I served as Senior Research Analyst on a Federal project, I served another 5 years as Assistant Director of Program Evaluation at a U [more]

After taking AP Stats in high school I fell in love with it. So much so that I was actually happy that my major required us to take Statistics and econometrics. Even after those classes, I still hadn't had enough Stats, so I got my MS from the University of Pennsylvania in Statistics, Measurement, Assessment and Research Technology. What can I say, I LOVE Statistics. This love comes through when I teach it. I relate statistics back to real life to teach and reinforce the concepts. I make it fun, and after having it a few times, I have a few mnemonics to help remember the most important concep [more]

In 2003 I graduated from the University of Sierra Leone with a bachelor?s degree in Education (Mathematics and Economics) and three years later I pursued my master?s degree in statistics (MSc). In 2016 I completed another master?s degree in Financial Economics (MFE) from the University of Ohio. Currently I am an Adjunct Faculty at Columbus State Community College teaching mathematics. Teaching has been my first job after graduating in 2003 and it?s a noble profession am humble and proud to be... [more]

Hello, I am new to Ohio and was licensed to teach mathematics at both HS and Middle School levels in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. Currently, I provide GED tutoring at the Godman Guild in Columbus. I also teach 3 Math Olypiad classes in Dublin to elementary school students. My tutoring approach is initially investigative: -review homework and test problems that have been troubling Then, after uncovering weak points, I seek to cover these areas anew to see where there might... [more]

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