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...This is a supplement to 4 years of tutoring experience. In all, I have taught over 300 students at the college level and tutored dozens more. I specialize in applied mathematics and can tutor both high school or college students in calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, partial differential equations, statistics, mathematical/functional analysis, and numerical analysis.

...I have hundreds of hours of experience and am well-versed in explaining complicated concepts in a way that beginners can easily understand. I specialize in tutoring math (from pre-algebra to differential equations!), economics, and statistics. I completed a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics fr...

...I look forward to meeting you and helping you to achieve your academic goals.I first learned MS Access and MS Excel while working as a project assistant in 2000. I attended a two-day training course for MS Access in 2001. While working at that position until late 2007, I used MS Access to: - P...

...As a tutor, my main job isn't to talk, but to listen: I think the real centerpiece is getting my students to explain the material in their own words. Everyone learns differently, and the beauty of tutoring is that we can adapt our approach on-the-fly to address just what it is that one specific ...

...My youngest prealgebra student was 7 years old, and I've successfully help many students prepare for college entrance with this and other courses. Elementary math is the time to establish patterns and basic algorithms. Though these terms can be transparent from the student they are none the less vital.

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