I have quite a bit of experience as a teacher, tutor, and trainer in a variety of areas. Through high school and college I was a math tutor and have been tutoring professionally for the past two years around 70 hours each week while my fiancee attends graduate school. I have worked with at least 10 different students in all major mathematics classes starting with Algebra through Advanced Calculus. I work with many college students at Stanford or Santa Clara University during the day, and meet... [more]

Algebra 1

Algebra 2

Calculus

I tutor AP Calculus and college calculus at all levels. All of my high school students have achieved 5's on the AP test. Last year I worked with an 8th grader that had only taken Algebra 1 interested in advancing his skills, we met a few times each week through the spring and also achieved a 5 on the AP test (he also did a lot of homework!).

Microsoft Excel

General Computer

Geometry

Microsoft Word

Prealgebra

Precalculus

One of my successes last year was an Algebra 1 student (who I have tutored in chess) who wanted to advance his math skills. He was willing to do a lot of homework so we worked through all of high school math including AP Calculus and he scored a 5/5 score on the AP test.

Reading

Trigonometry

SAT Math

Spelling

ACT Math

ACT Science

Elementary Math

Elementary Science

Macroeconomics

I've tutored students in economics at all levels from the high school level to MBA students at MIT. All of my AP economics students in high school classes have achieved 5's on the AP exams for both Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.

Microeconomics

I've tutored students in economics at all levels from the high school level to MBA students at MIT. All of my AP economics students in high school classes have achieved 5's on the AP exams for both Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.

Differential Equations

I took differential equations in college, and continued to take a more advanced calculus class above that. I am very comfortable with differential equations and feel that I could tutor it, as I have tutored peers in my program in the past.

Business

I was a business major in college, and switched that to economics, but I've taken what would be considered a business minor. Also I ran my own marketing business for two summers. I tutored business informally at the college level.

Econometrics

In this course I got an A. Aside from that, I'm very familiar with Stata and Excel and using those to run regressions and even do macroeconomic projections. I'm planning on graduate school in economics, and have written various papers that use econometric methods to answer tough questions. I also was a math major, and took actuarial classes with some econometric emphasis.

Linear Algebra

I've taken and received an A- in both Linear Algebra and Intermediate Linear algebra. It was my favorite class that I took in my Math major, and I would feel very comfortable tutoring it. I tutored this subject informally with peers in the math center on campus.

Logic

I took symbolic logic in college and received an A. I also had other philosophy classes that taught logic and feel comfortable teaching the subject. I tutored for symbolic logic, via the introduction to advanced math class that was a requirement for the math major. I've written many proofs both in math and philosophy and taught how to do so.

Marketing

I received an A in marketing in my college class. I also ran a marketing branch office for two summer breaks for Vector Marketing and have exposure to real world applications. I would feel very comfortable teaching principles of marketing, as I have tutored other business classes.