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Jason K. For the past 6 years, I have been a teaching assistant for undergraduate statistics courses at UC Irvine while working on my Ph.D. in Statistics. I have also had the opportunity each of the last two summers to be the lecturer/professor for a summer course at UC Irvine. In between teaching and rese...
4 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, probability, STATA
Pasadena, CA
Sina Z. ...I am planning to get my PhD in mathematics with emphasis on finance. My specialty is one-to-one tutoring. I like to start the session by completing the lecture which was given in the class to make sure that the student has a full grasp of the subject; then, I solve a sample problem for the student, and design a similar one for her, so she can get involved in the problem solving procedure.
17 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
Van Nuys, CA
Edgar M. ...I spend a lot of my free time getting involved with research in mathematics and physics, and volunteering. I am very grateful for the amazing people that I work with and this inspires me to want to give to back to the community as much as I can. It also inspires me to want to be a good mentor f...
22 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, GMAT, econometrics
Pasadena, CA
Kathleen Joy N. ...I've worked with a lot of high school and college students in subject areas: Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry. I like to introduce students to simple studying techniques to make learning a lot easier and more enjoyable to students. I am very passionate in teaching and patient working with students.
13 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, geometry, biology
North Hollywood, CA
Philip P. ...I cover the introduction to variables, factoring, inequalities, graphing, and absolute values. I help Precalculus students develop the strong fundamentals of Math that they are going to need in Calculus. I review the six Trigonometric functions and their graphs, logarithms, and conic sections.
46 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, Spanish
Culver City, CA

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