I have helped many accounting students pass their accounting courses, though not as a certified teacher. One semester I helped several graduate students succeed in passing their MBA accounting classes. While the teacher was good at teaching the principles of accounting, I took the time to understa... (read more)
...I tutor in two main areas:
1) Paper-less music: How to compose songs, play by ear, and improvise. Sadly, most theory courses neglect this, even though it's the way most of us make and learn music.
2) Paper music: How to read music write music, seeing every dot and line in the right place. Most courses teach this as a kind of language, but it's really more like art. (read more)
...I have tutored econometrics for that last nine years. I covered the principles of micro & macro economics (101 & 102).
I have a bachelor's degree of accounting since 2003, and I am currently also working on my master's in financial accounting in Portland State University. I had some master's classes in economics as well. (read more)
...The reality is that, as one advances in mathematics, sometimes it doesn't make perfect sense when first learned, but it usually does so after a couple years of practice. I have published two print books, and was a contributing author on a third one. I've easily written hundreds of essays, dozens and dozens of large project/research papers. (read more)
...Education means to draw out of the student his or her innate abilities to the fullest potential. I also tutor business and economics subjects, since my work experience has largely been in those areas.My. Ph.D. in Spanish literature is from Georgetown University. (read more)