...I don't drill formulas. Memorizing has its place, but I will always teach conceptual understanding first, formulas and conventions second. And you'll succeed if you do the same.Over the course of a Bachelors in Mathematics, I took (and earned A's in) such courses as Calculus (I through III), Statistics, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and beyond. (read more)
...I have been tutoring all throughout college and afterwards, both on my own, through WCU, and through Mathnasium in North Wilmington. I currently work as a Database Analyst using statistical programs to optimize sales campaign performance. I offer tutoring from K-12, Undergraduate, and Graduate studies. (read more)
...Courses I have taught include General Physical Science and Physics. I have a Bachelor of Science in Physics with a minor in Mathematics from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. I scored a 1390 on the general GRE exam - 720 on the English portion (98th percentile) and 670 on the Math portion (63rd percentile).
I have been tutoring since I was a sophmore in college. (read more)
...In 1973 I changed career direction and started Temple Dental School, graduating in 1977. I practiced General Dentistry in Linwood, New Jersey until 2013 when I semi retired, but I never lost my love of mathematics. My teaching experience consists of tutoring high school math after graduating from Penn State for several months until I started working at Westinghouse. (read more)
...My most effective tutoring strategy is to find each student's weak points and build upon them using association techniques which allow the student to understand the material most effectively. Practice and positive reinforcement are also essential. My favorite aspect of tutoring is student understanding and effective gaining and application of useful knowledge. (read more)