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...I am currently an engineer in the Federal government having been thoroughly background checked for my position. I have a standard 9-5pm work day, making me available for nights and weekends. I look forward to working with my future students and to spreading my passion for math and science with ...

I'm an alumnus of Tougaloo College (Mississippi), where I majored in mathematics/computer science. I graduated with a 3.89 cumulative GPA (summa cum laude, class valedictorian). During high school, I scored in the 97th percentile on the military ASVAB exam. I recently scored the maximum (200) on the Praxis core math exam.

...I've been using MATLAB since about 2004/2005, and I have a deep understanding of its powerful capabilities and also its limitations. While I was a teaching assistant at Carnegie Mellon, several student projects involved MATLAB work, and I was always able to help out with that. Whether someone i...

I have nine years of experience as a college professor teaching and tutoring introductory physics and mathematical methods, with over 16 total years of teaching and tutoring students from middle school through adulthood. My specialty is teaching and learning - so even with a PhD in physics - the bu...

Whatever your need may be - SAT, ACT, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra I, Algebra II or Precalculus - if it is Math, I can help you with it. I can help you understand hard concepts of math, and I have tools to help you memorize the concepts and formulas. I also have the tools to help you with reducing what you need to memorize.

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