...Finally, I have just finished writing my Ph.D. dissertation in Philosophy. In high school, I earned a score of 5, the highest possible, on the Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics Exam. I then majored in Mathematics at Providence College. (read more)
...I am very familiar with the concepts and skills necessary to successfully complete a course in Linear Algebra. In addition, I have experience with the math theory behind key ideas such as linear systems, matrices, determinants and vectors. As part of my graduate work I have completed two math courses designed to enhance my knowledge of math theory. (read more)
...So I am very open to all kinds of criticism and suggestions. I am easy to reach and will always provide fast responses. Feel free to contact me and get to know more if needed.BSc in Mathematics and Economics, MA in Economics I have been teaching economics for high school and college students for 4 years already. (read more)
...I am able to work with students of all ages, including college level math. I am available during the school day to work with homeschooling families. I also have some available time after school or on Saturdays.I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Industrial Engineering (1989), I have a Master's in Engineering (1990). I switched careers and obtained my teaching credential in 2005. (read more)
...Cancellation with less than 6 hours notice will be charged the equivalent of 1 hour's instruction.
3. A lesson cancelled with less than an hour's notice will be charged the full value of the lesson.Algebra I is the foundation for all of the math classes yet to come, so it is important to understand the fundamentals. I have been tutoring Algebra I for close to three years. (read more)