...I have a master's degree in accounting from Bentley University, and I have taught accounting for a total of 16 years as an adjunct professor at Mount Ida College and then at Nichols College. Students are often baffled by accounting because their teachers do not explain it very well. Students te... (read more)
...So what makes it so challenging? Well, many students may have seen the math, but that doesn’t mean they remember it all. Part of my approach is to use practice tests and other tools to identify those weak areas that each student brings to the test. (read more)
20 Subjects: includingAlgebra 1,Algebra 2,Calculus,ACT Math
...I recently completed courses in abstract algebra and number theory, and I'm now taking courses in complex variables and differential equations. I recently completed a course in Linear Algebra through the Harvard Extension School. I received an A in the course, which dealt with linear transformations, multi-dimensional sub-spaces, Eigen values, and linear differential equations. (read more)
...I've also earned a math b.s., and a physics b.s. My logic skills In math have a lot of cross-over with the more theoretical computer science classes. I have also worked on an Agile software development team to develop web games aimed at teaching middle schoolers statistics concepts. (read more)
...I have scored a 5 on the AP Calc BC test, a 36 on the ACT math section (the highest score), and a 170 (the highest score) on the GRE quant section (as well as on the verbal section, though I am not interested in tutoring that section).
Math courses I have taken: AP Calculus BC, multi variable ca... (read more)