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I have a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from The Ohio State University. I had left the job market in 2000 in order to be a full time mother. Now the children are all in school, and I would like to tutor again. I am also a substitute teacher for Hancock County. Thank you for taking the time to check out my profile. I look forward to working with you.... [more]

Data Science major from the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. Coursework includes Introductory Statistics, Introductory Probability, Applied Regression Analysis, and Mathematics of Finance, all of which involved statistical analysis done in R. Hello! My name is Phillip, I am pursuing a bachelor's degree in Data Science from the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Go Blue!! During my time in high school, I was also a part of the varsity math league team competing in the AMC10/12 and AIME. I have experience tutoring high schoolers i [more]

Statistics is a subject that I have a particular interest in tutoring because I've found that while students with a vast array of interests need to know it, most students are focused on trying to complete practice/homework problems without understanding the fundamental principles in stats. For example, in hypothesis testing, it's useful to memorize the formula for calculating a p-value, but what does this value intuitively mean and why is it useful? I've found that once students understand these principles, they end up with a much better grasp on solving problems and the subject as a whole. A [more]

I am an experienced lead teacher of Mathematics and Physics. I have a degree in Industrial Engineering, and a Masters degree with a GPA of 3.964. I also possess a state of Michigan Professional Teaching License which is current. My teaching emphasizes the three R's: Rigor, Relevance and Relationships. I am specially trained to prepare students for the ACT. Guaranteed enhanced scores. I am also proficient in the use of the graphing calculator. My graduate research question was "Does the Use of... [more]

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At the College of New Jersey, I have taken Design and Statistical Analyses, a statistics course designed for business and psychology majors. I received an A in the course and have been tutoring it at TCNJ for 3 consecutive semesters. I also work with data analysis through my job in the Student Affairs office at TCNJ. Hi there! I am a graduate of The College of New Jersey with a BA in Psychology (4.00 GPA) and a minor in Human Resource Management. Currently, I am an Industrial and Organizational psychology PhD student in the Northwest Ohio region. I am a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi (Psych [more]

As a doctoral student at the University of Michigan, one of my most cherished and fulfilling experiences has involved teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students. As a graduate student instructor with a multidisciplinary background in both the social and physical sciences, I have created lessons that engage diverse learners by applying a variety of teaching methods, and by drawing upon my knowledge of multiple subject areas. In my lessons as both a Graduate Student Instructor... [more]

I am a very knowledgeable tutor with degrees in business, public health, toxicology, and pharmacy. I am looking to assist in the matriculation of college students, and to help them absorb the lessons. College is not easy, and sometimes we just need someone to help provide a little extra 1 on 1 help in a subject. That's where I come in!! Years and years of math. I have taken advanced classes in high school, and nearly 15 years of college level math courses including algebra, calculus, t... [more]

My approach to tutoring is to first determine where weaknesses in understanding exist, then to find ways to strengthen the student in those areas. Learning styles vary among students, so whenever possible, I try to match my tutoring methods to each student's strongest learning style. For example, one student may learn best by rote memorization and repetition drills. Another may thrive with analogies and mnemonics. A third student may need derivations from first principles or real life applica... [more]

Hi there! My name is Amir, and I've been teaching and tutoring math for over five years -- as a University instructor, a Graduate Teaching Assistant and most recently, a tutoring center employee -- working mostly with high school and college students. I studied math in college and graduate school (as well as a few other related fields), hold Bachelor?s and Master?s degrees in Math (I was a Ph.D. candidate, but left before completing my dissertation), and am currently pursuing a second Mas... [more]

I'm currently a third-year Ph.D. student in the physics department at the University of Michigan. I do research in theoretical physics towards understanding dark matter and cosmology. Prior to beginning my studies at the University of Michigan, I was an undergraduate at Indiana University, where I studied physics and mathematics. I've taught and tutored physics and math classes for going on six years now. At Indiana University, I taught introductory calculus and discrete/finite mathematics c... [more]

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