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Timothy M. ...As for teaching style, I feel that the concept drives the skill. If you have the idea of what to do on a problem, you do not need to complete 10 similar problems. As such, I like to spend more time on the why than the what.
28 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, geometry
New York, NY
David M. ...I'm very familiar with it. Having studied both philosophy and mathematics at advanced levels I have encountered logic from both the philosophical and mathematical perspectives a number of times. While studying for my MA in philosophy at Virginia Tech I studied logic and received an A in the class.
41 Subjects: including statistics, English, chemistry, reading
New York, NY
Richard B. ...I am adept at identifying the mental roadblocks that are preventing a student from successfully mastering a subject and creating a learning strategy that fits the student's unique needs. I have successfully done this with students studying math (early math through advanced math like calculus and...
21 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
South Orange, NJ
Ze L. ...What SAT score do I need? How is the test graded? How many times should I take it?
25 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Jackson Heights, NY
Eli W. I am currently a Ph.D. student and teaching assistant at Stevens Insitute of Technology, having previously graduated from NYU's Courant Institute for Mathematics with a Master's in Science. I am proficient in the teaching of all subjects at the high school and undergraduate level. I have been involved in the tutoring of peers and younger classmates in mathematics since high school.
12 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
Brooklyn, NY

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