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I am currently a PhD candidate finishing my degree in general psychology. I love learning and teaching statistics and research methods (i.e., both quantitative and qualitative).
I have an undergraduate degree in psychology and master’s of science in experimental psychology. I have designed and run studies on both people and rats. (read more)
I am a graduate of Princeton University. After working for many years in the financial services industry, I returned to Princeton to complete their Teacher Preparation Program and do my student teaching. I also took a number of math courses at Princeton which was a great opportunity to study with some brilliant teachers. (read more)
...I have completed all general and most upper level science courses up to the undergraduate level and some graduate level courses. Specifically, I have completed Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Genetics, Biochemistry, Physics and a variety of science electives. I also have completed math courses up to college level calculus and basic statistics for research. (read more)
...Economics is a subject that I truly enjoy to teach and can help people understand it and apply it to their daily lives. In my opinion Microeconomics is the more challenging of the two volumes of Economics. At this point a student needs to apply everything that was taught in Macroeconomics but in a more specified and detailed way. (read more)
...I currently tutor at a Kumon center and realize this is what I love and plan to do with rest of my life. I plan on graduating in 2015 with a BS in Mathematics with hopefully a Computer Science minor. Also I am interested in doing an accelerated master's program so I should have my master's by 2016. (read more)