I went to school for computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, changed my major to chemical engineering and transferred to the University of Delaware where I completed my degree. I started a business with a friend of mine, which I ran successfully for about 12 years. I then changed my career and became a teacher.
Burlington, NJView Tutor
...As an undergraduate I studied Mathematics, with focuses in Quantitative Economics and Operations Research. I am experienced with Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Math Logic, and have taken up to Graduate Level Probability courses. In addition, I am well-versed in Statistics, Economics, and basic Computer Science.
Trenton, NJView Tutor
...Learning is best accomplished when questions are asked -- and the best answers given either by the teacher or deduced by the student. I have a an extensive background in statistics. Half my graduate education was in the Institute of Statistics at Texas A&M University.
Plainsboro, NJView Tutor
...I can teach efficiently and quickly, so I prioritize potential students who reliably exercise the focus, attention and memory needed to keep up. The much more difficult AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 exams recently replaced the AP Physics B exam. "Pity" partial credit is now practically non-existent. I can help you to practice writing the kinds of responses now expected for these tests.
Bridgewater, NJView Tutor
...I recently graduated with distinction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.S. degree in Economics and Psychology. I also minored in Business, was one course short of minoring in Mathematics, and completed the Pre-Medicine course curriculum. I will be attending Harvard University this fall to start a master's in statistics program.
Princeton Junction, NJView Tutor