...Effective teaching and effective learning are always a COLLABORATIVE effort. I have made a lifetime of learning. Having earned three master's degrees and working on a doctoral degree, all in different fields, I have become very aware of the importance of approaching material in a way that minimizes the anxiety of what may seem an overwhelming task.
Bronx, NYView Tutor
...Some aspects of my PhD work which are particularly relevant to Actuarial Science include predicting an individual's future credit score, and building forecasting and failure time models for complex markets including a bidding system to determine who obtains assets. I am fluent in MATLAB, and hav...
Fort Lee, NJView Tutor
...If you're willing to work hard, I'll be there for you every step of the way. Regents Exams in Integrated Algebra, Algebra (Common Core), Geometry, Geometry (Common Core), Algebra II/Trig, all Middle School and High School math courses, ACT Math, SAT Math, SAT II MathWhy was Six afraid of Seven? Because Seven ate Nine!! And there's more where that came from!
New York, NYView Tutor
...His personality should convey a message of help, not that of "control". He should set himself at the intellectual level of the student by using a language and methods that the student easily comprehends.That is what you will experience by yourself.We communicate test taking stra...
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...Math is about understanding, not memorization, and when presented in the right way can (maybe, hopefully!) be an enjoyable experience. I am currently a sophomore at Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science, studying Biomedical Engineering. Math and science are integral pa...
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