...I graduated with a 3.80 GPA just over 7 years ago. As a practicing full-time engineer, I had to keep my math skills up and use statistics in the real world while working for Kodak, Bausch & Lomb, L-3 Harris, and Honda. Now as a 3rd Ph.D. student with a 3.98 GPA, I've had to deepen my understanding of math to understand the leading edge of technology. (read more)
...In this role, I organized and led campus tours, helped deliver info sessions, and interviewed prospective students for admission. I have also helped countless students with the college admissions process, from essay review to interview prep. I am a medical student and have completed graduate-level coursework in biostatistics. (read more)
...I'd appreciate the opportunity to work with your son or daughter one-one-one, and I am willing to negotiate on price if that's an issue. I also have had an interest in middle school and high school math; I'm good at it and can communicate it to kids, although I have no formal training or degree.... (read more)
...The rule to calculate the number of permutations in "number" is similar but different than the rule to calculate the number of permutations in "repetition." The difference is that the letters in "number" are distinct and the letters "e," "i," and "t" are repeated in "repetition."
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...Once I graduate I intend to work in a research lab for a year or two before beginning grad school for neuroscience. Outside of tutoring and taking my own classes, I work in a molecular neuroscience lab and I have studied abroad for language immersion in Italy. I also play the cello in my college orchestra and the piano on my own time. (read more)