...However, to me what is really important is the tutor's ability to explain things in such a way that students understand and feel comfortable with. A tutor may be very smart, may be even like Einstein, but if he or she can't come down to students' level, then it is not helpful to the students. It may be waste of time and money. (read more)
...I have been a writing tutor for two years at local university. I have experience developing different types of papers and have published some work of my own. I have tutored probability and statistics at a local university for 3 years I have already been through this and I know that the student must learn in order to get the SAT math score they want and deserve. (read more)
...I take pride in my role not only as a tutor, but also as a mentor to my students. My tutoring style:
Typically, during my first meeting, I try to establish some type of rapport and connection with the student. During the tutorial sessions, I try to identify my students' learning gaps and focus on closing those gaps. (read more)
...I excel in one-on-one situations, but I can also tutor small groups of people. My specialties center around general mathematics and business courses (emphasis on algebra/calculus and accounting).
I work primarily in a collaborative format, which means that students and I work on problems togeth... (read more)
...I have been a practicing Statistician for much of my professional life. I find that students' problems with Statistics tend to be caused by a lack of understanding and confidence in a totally new subject and look forward to helping you with this and ensuring your mastery of the subject. I have taught Probability as part of statistics classes. (read more)