...Statistics requires a slightly different way of thinking than is encountered in other aspects of mathematics. I feel I am a very patient instructor, and I hope to take at least some of the mystery away in reference to statistics. I have always had an interest in mathematics, so I believe that is important to be able to communicate important principles and concepts. (read more)
...As a former forensic chemist and lab technician as well as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Drew University with a degree in chemistry (and a French minor), I am qualified to tutor high school chemistry (including AP chemistry) as well as college-level general chemistry. I very much enjoy spreading ... (read more)
...I believe you can do it. Let me help you!In the beginning, Algebra can seem like a foreign language. Do you find yourself asking, "What are real numbers, rational numbers, integers?" Or maybe, "What does it mean when a + 7 = 13?" Perhaps you're saying, "My graph looks nothing like the graph in the book!"
I can explain this and more, in clear terms. (read more)
...These courses involved learning the techniques, both analytical and numerical, for solving ordinary, partial, and non-linear differential equations including Green's function techniques. I have also taught Physics and Electrical Engineering courses for both undergraduate and graduate students. ... (read more)
...I have experience tutoring high school subjects, test prep, as well as teaching biostatistics and analytical methods to graduate students at Yale University. Since I've started working, I miss teaching and am looking to use tutoring as a way to get back into it! I was an undergraduate mathematics and economics major at Tulane University. (read more)
14 Subjects: includingStatistics,Algebra 1,GRE,ACT Math