A PhD from Boston University and 30+ years of teaching and industry experience. My motto "Relevant Education which imparts knowledge, once coupled with skills, is essential to shine and prosper in practical life."
Building concepts are more important than solving academic exercise problems. Clear... (read more)
...I have also worked as a tutor in the TWU Math and Computer Science Center for many years, as well as having attended multiple training sessions through Avid Tutoring. My teaching/tutoring philosophy is based on the concept of teaching the topic as opposed to just helping to get the right answer.... (read more)
My goal is to provide you good foundations and a good understanding on the subject that you are going to learn. In addition, I will teach you techniques that you can use in other learning activities too. I have two masters (Physics and MBA) and I passed the dissertation defense for a PhD in Statistics. (read more)
...Calculus and Linear Algebra is our fundamental courses for later much more advanced topics such as modern algebra, differential equation, real analysis and so on. My graduate major is statistics, for which probability and statistics are also the prerequisite. I've taught undergraduate level statistics courses, and hence familiar with the home work and testings settings. (read more)
...My degree required a fair amount of science courses such as physics 1-2, chemistry 1-2, and other more specific engineering courses. Physics was one of my favorite classes. I scored a 34/36 on the ACT for the science portion and also received college AP credit from the Physics AP test in high school. (read more)