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...In addition to minoring in Mathematics at the undergraduate level, I also minored in Statistics at both the Masters and Doctorate levels. I have had success helping students overcome specific difficulties understanding concepts in the three subject areas I already mentioned.I taught English at t...

I completed my B.A. in Finance and B.Sc. in Actuarial Mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and recently relocated to Chicago. I have 4+ years experience tutoring college level math and have always had a passion for tutoring. My experience includes tutoring 8+ students a semester one-on-one in algebra, precalculus, calculus, and **statistics**.

...This subject is quite complex and can sometimes be quite difficult to learn. However, it is a fascinating and interesting field in the mathematics space. A differential equation is one that contains one or more derivatives of a function.

...Moreover, I have tutored math since 1996 and really enjoy helping students achieve their goals. This experience and the passion I have for mathematics has helped me to successfully tutor students in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Statistics. Moreover, I have experience using math technologies such as graphing calculators, and online math applications such as Mymathlab and Web assign.

...I took math courses alongside of science courses each term in college, and I took more applied mathematics courses in grad school. In each science course, I was looking at how mathematics was used in building explanations. Unlike a lot of scientists, as a theoretician, I was required to use adv...

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