...I have been an adjunct professor, but far prefer the tutoring. As for teaching style, I feel that the concept drives the skill. If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I have a Masters Degree in Applied Math & Statistics. I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10.
Huntington Station, NYView Tutor
...I am picky when it comes to using the correct terminology, but it is done with a supportive attitude and with good humor! I am very easy going and approachable! My philosophy regarding math is as follows: it is a fantastic way of looking at the world and also improves necessary critical thinking skills in a student.
Kendall Park, NJView Tutor
...I tutor all levels of high school statistics, including AP statistics as well as some college level statistics. SAT Math can be daunting for many students. In my years tutoring SAT Math, I've found that by providing my students with a step-by-step method and a series of problem specific strategies, they approach the Math Section with confidence and score considerably higher.
Teaneck, NJView Tutor
...I possess an MBA, plus have taught Marketing at the college level, including having students earning CUNY credit for the subject. My B.A. is in Social Studies with a minor in Secondary Education. I taught the subject for several years and now tutor in it.
Hartsdale, NYView Tutor