I have taught/tutored for 7 years. I was both a student and graduate assistant at CSULB where I attained a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Statistics. I have experience tutoring in all mathematics subjects up to and including graduate-level material. I have a massive amount of experience in tutoring almost all of the subjects that I'm qualified to teach or tutor. Thus, it is very difficult to find another tutor who has as much experience in tutoring algebra, geometry, trigonometry, proba... [more]

Algebra 1

Algebra 2

Calculus

Chemistry

Vocabulary

Geometry

Physics

Prealgebra

Precalculus

Trigonometry

Writing

Astronomy

Statistics

SAT Math

GRE

GED

SPSS

Physical Science

TOEFL

GMAT

ASVAB

Probability

ACT Math

ACT Science

Discrete Math

I took one undergraduate course in discrete math, and received an "A" in the class. We covered logic and proofs, algorithms, counting methods, recurrence relations, graph theory, trees, and network models.

Differential Equations

I have taken both lower division and upper division classes in differential equations. Differential equations are encountered in many different disciplines, in courses such as business calculus, physics, mechanical engineering, and even in chemistry. Typically a little bit of differential equations is taught in the third calculus class (usually the calculus course which covers multivariable calculus). The topics covered in the differential equations classes that I completed were as follows: 1) Separation of variables 2) Homogeneous equations 3) Exact equations 4) Linear equations 5) The equations of Bernoulli, Ricatti 6) Substitutions 7) Picard's method 8) Undetermined coefficients 9) Variation of parameters 10) Second-order differential equations 11) Cauchy-Euler equation 12) Power series solutions 13) Besel's equation 14) Legendre's equation 15) Laplace transform 16) Systems of linear differential equations 17) Numerical methods 18) Fourier series

SAS

I have 5+ years of SAS experience. I am familiar with importing and exporting many different forms of data, and also merging data sets. Some of the PROC functions that I've used include the following: PROC REG PROC CORR PROC MEANS PROC GPLOT PROC G3D PROC ANOVA PROC GLM PROC TABULATE PROC SQL PROC PLOT PROC UNIVARIATE PROC GREPLAY PROC FORMAT PROC LOGISTIC PROC LIFETEST PROC LIFEREG PROC PHREG PROC MIXED PROC GLIMMIX

Biostatistics

Linear Algebra

Logic

TEAS

I have tutored many students over the TEAS test. I have a lot of experience at being able to describe the solution techniques that are used to solve the mathematical section problems, along with being able to quickly teach the chemistry principles that are covered on the test.

AFOQT

The AFOQT test is in many respects very similar to the ASVAB, such as it has math problems involving rates, proportions, and estimations (but at a more difficult level), but it also includes a section of problems for testing the applicant's spatial abilities by testing whether the applicant can determine the proper orientation of an aircraft based solely on instrument information. I have tutored other students on this test and know all of the exercises and tricks that will help you attain a high score on the AFOQT.