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I have a Master's degree in bio**statistics** with 8 years industry experience and 1 year of experience teaching middle school mathematics. I can combine my knowledge with my strength of communicating and teaching to help each student succeed in there courses. I am in the Haverhill MA area and will meet in nearby towns such as Salem NH, Newburyport, Andover, N.

...Starting when I was just tutoring for fun in high-school and college and I would tutor my friends in whatever classes we were taking or that I had taken. For the last four years I have privately tutored dozens of students for a total of over four hundred hours, including over a hundred on this s...

...I was part of the biotechnology process engineering center at MIT. I've tutored number theory since 2001. I also learned and used combinatorics and discrete probability theory in graduate school for research.

...Differential Equations builds on an understanding of four different levels of Calculus, all of which I have assisted other students in. This course takes the Calculus knowledge base a step further and creates new ways of problem solving and critical thinking. There are techniques to solve certain equations which allow students to understand other similar problems.

...I received Summa Cum Laude undergraduate honors at Middlebury College majoring in Mathematics with a minor in Economics. I then did 1 year of graduate work at Dartmouth College, but decided to switch to a Master's in Computer Science program at UNH. Most recently I have been a stay-at-home dad, and taught my eldest daughter to read using positive reinforcement and the DISTAR method.

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