Dan K.


Dan K.

Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90027

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 251 ratings

Tutoring Specialist

Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students discover they CAN study, and decide to come OFF drugs So, if study is a constant source of problems for you, or you feel like you're just not good in a subject, b... [more]


Algebra 1


Algebra 2


Calculus


Vocabulary


Grammar


Microsoft Excel


General Computer


Geometry


Physics


Prealgebra


Precalculus


Reading


Trigonometry


Writing


Statistics


English


SAT Math


Literature


Finance


Proofreading


SAT Reading


SAT Writing


Physical Science


Probability


Spelling


ACT Reading


ACT English


ACT Math


Elementary Math


Elementary Science


Managerial Accounting


Financial Accounting


Macroeconomics


Microeconomics


Differential Equations

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Also, I did post-graduate work as well. This included various coursework in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, computational algorithms, and differential equations.


C++

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree. I had lots of early experience in C and then moved to C++ in the 1990s working for Executive Software on developing and maintaining the popular defragmenter, Diskeeper. I also used C++ to develop a stock picking strategy program that predicts rates of returns based on price, volume and insider transaction patterns.


Biostatistics

I've been tutoring statistics at all levels, from high school to Econometrics at USC, for many years. Biostatistics uses basic statistical concepts but simply geared to the biological sciences. Recently I tutored a biostatistics student and significantly raised his grade.


C

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree. After graduation, I became a software engineer and developed a graphics system for air traffic controllers in system, and later used C and C++ in the development and maintenance of the popular defragmenter, Diskeeper. Also used C and C++ for my stock picking software development. I have a lot of experience programming, in particular in these two languages.


Computer Programming

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree. In college, I took computer science courses as well. After graduation, I became a software engineer and have worked for 35 years in this field. I have built large aerospace systems, systems software, and stock strategies. I have significant experience as a programmer.


Computer Science

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree but also took computer science courses as well. After graduation, I became a software engineer and have worked for 35 years in this field, specializing in graphics. My forte is computational algorithms, and I have tremendous expertise in debugging software. I have build large aerospace systems, systems software, and stock strategies using microcode, assembler, pascal, fortran, Ada and the C languages


Econometrics

I have a math degree from UCSD, and have developed software for stock picking strategies that requires knowledge of not only price and volume patterns, but also the ability to understand company financials, and market dynamics. I have been tutoring economic courses for 4 years. In particular, I regularly tutor economics at USC, including econometrics.


Fortran

I have been a programmer for almost 40 years. I did a lot of aerospace work after college and much of this was scientific programming using Fortran.


Linear Algebra

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Also, I did post-graduate work as well. This included various coursework in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, computational algorithms, and differential equations.


Logic

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. One upper division course was Logic. I became a programmer, and have been using the basics of logic for over 35 years. I have great skills in debugging, and this is an exercise in logic as well.


Pascal

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Interestingly, the professor who developed Pascal was at UCSD, and was continuing it's development during my years there. Much of my coursework and a special project was written in Pascal.