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...Probability theory is part of both mathematics and physics curricula at Albright College. In addition to this, I passed the first actuarial exam, which is on the subject of probability. The skills of discrete mathematics are required generally in each branch of mathematics; I achieved a 4.00 GPA in mathematics from Albright College.

...My specialty is offering multiple ways to determine how you or your child learn most efficiently to increase your understanding of the various topics mentioned above. I want to offer increased understanding in various scientific topics and mathematical applications for student success. Whether you are having difficulty grasping an entire concept or just parts of the theories, I can help!

...Although I did not elect to pursue a career in teaching, I continued to tutor privately and in learning centers, amounting over seven years of tutoring experience. I graduated from Villanova University with an M.S. in Applied Statistics and currently work as a data analyst. In addition to tutor...

...Throughout my years tutoring all levels of mathematics, I have developed the ability to readily explore several different viewpoints and methods to help students fully grasp the subject matter. I can present the material in many different ways until we find an approach that works and he/she real...

...I also have an MBA and a master's of finance degree. I have an MPhil (master's degree in science) from the University of Cambridge in pharmacology. My master's thesis was on the actions of nicotinoid agonists on acetylcholine receptors.

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