...I was always interested in how the human body functioned, so I pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from NJIT and Rutgers. After university, I went on to pursue medicine by earning my MD from All Saints University School of Medicine. While at NJIT, Rutgers, and ASUSOM, I spent time t... (read more)
...I’ve worked with students on school support in every level of math up through BC Calculus, and I’ve tutored over 60 students in the SAT Math Level 2 Subject test. I do assign homework challenges after every lesson to further monitor both progress and sticking points. I want all of my students to thrive, so if they’re ever unhappy with the quality of a lesson, they will not get billed. (read more)
...Whether they are linear, quadratic, rational, polynomial or exponential. Depending on the course, many teachers also include trigonometry. Algebra 2 is one of the most challenging courses students will take, honors or non-honors. (read more)
...As with everything else I have taught, my students learn fast - because I break everything down and make it clear: 'If you see THIS, do THAT and then THAT...'
If you can make an omelette, you can learn trig. I'm a careful editor, published poet, language buff, demystifier, cheerleader. Published poet, experienced editor, skilled teacher of Hebrew. (read more)
...I'm familiar with OOP and modular design. I've programmed in C, C++, Basic, MatLab, SPlus, Python, and Fortran I have hands-on experience doing Econometric modeling in the business world, namely in the energy sector. I have over 14 years experience with modeling demand functions. (read more)