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...I was always a top math student in high school and college, and I am able to patiently show students more than one way to solve most problems. I get along well with younger people and am able to connect in order to explain math, which I know many students do not like. I am also effective with adult students who I know can feel awkward about material they have not seen in years.

...I am currently working as a consultant and have a faculty position at George Washington University, Milken Institute School of Public Health. I was also the high end math SAT prep tutor for a local SAT prep company and specialized in taking students scoring high 600's and low 700's on the math to high 700's and 800. I am confident I can help boost GRE scores in the same way.

...Selected areas of discrete mathematics: Set Theory Group Theory Vector Spaces Linear Algebra Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Metric Spaces Banach and Hilbert Spaces Tensors etc If you do not see the to...

I completed a Bachelor's degree in **statistics** at North Carolina State University in May 2010, and proceeded to take a few graduate mathematics and **statistics** courses. Tutoring has been my primary focus since 2011. I have tutored mathematical subjects ranging from elementary math to calculus and ad...

...That is when I picked up a part-time job in college tutoring high school students in the Tampa area. I tutored students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. I am also capable of tutoring in Probability and Statistics having passed the Probability and Statistics Exam administered by the Society of Actuaries.

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