...Currently, I am also participating in a graduate-level study program to achieve my Chartered Financial Analyst designation. This program allows me to share the student perspective, and teach almost every level of math and finance. My students would describe me as patient and accommodating. (read more)
...Many of the people I have tutored have experienced success in math for the first time and that success was all they needed to change their mind, at least somewhat, on both counts. I love math, and it is very rewarding to see the shift in attitude about math that comes with a new level of success. It can be life changing. (read more)
I have been teaching statistics, probability theory, and economics courses for more than 10 years. And I've taught undergraduate as well as graduate courses at various universities. My teaching philosophy is simple: Students learn best when they can relate to the subject matter. (read more)
...As such, I've developed a robust catalog of responses to "What on Earth does anybody use this for?," as well as a great sympathy for the frustrating, slow process that is comprehension. I imagine you'll find me the guy you just can't ask TOO MANY questions of, because I'll always have a response. I'll see it as just another road to show where we can go with your studies. (read more)
...This process also builds a firm foundation that increases recall, eases testing panic and supports future learning (7-step process can be provided upon request!).
A little bit about me: I am a 26-year-old mathematics major at UCI, with a 3.8 GPA. I have been tutoring math for over six years an... (read more)