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...I've been using MATLAB since my freshman year of high school, when I taught myself how to use it for a research project. Since then, I've gradually built a deep understanding and familiarity with the language through independent projects, coursework, and internships. I can help with any MATLAB question big or small, whether it's learning how to code or developing complex data analysis.

...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**.

...In addition, I helped an eighth grade student increase his standardized tests levels by 3 years in 6 months! If you want better grades or higher test scores as well as understand the material, please contact me to schedule a diagnostic session.Mrs. Alan is an Instructor of mathematics at the College of Lake county.

...Many tutors simply give the student the answer and this is not an effective use of tutoring money. The student does not learn how to solve a problem on their own. Many students that come to me have trouble with math because either a concept is not well explained by their teacher or they don't have a good technique for solving a problem.

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