I started tutoring as an undergraduate in 2013. I then worked as a physics teaching assistant for my last year of college. I have a BS in Mathematics from University of Hartford and a MS in Applied Mathematics from California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
I worked as a Teaching Associate within the Math department at CSUN and received glowing reviews from former students in the end of semester faculty reviews as well as on Rate My Professor.
I enjoy the moment the student becomes excited, this is typically when they say "Ooooh, I get it" or even when they become inspired to try a question on their own. As a mathematician, I am always so encouraged to see when someone finally sees that math is not hard, it is simply a game of numbers that one needs to learn how to play.
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Before meeting with a student, I ask them to send me information about the course they are taking and what textbook is being used.
At the beginning of a session, I make it clear to the student that they should feel and always comfortable to ask a question at any point during the session, including any questions they might think are 'stupid'. There are no 'stupid' questions in math.
I make sure to check with them to see if they understood/remember the foundational topics that would be helpful to approach the topic at hand before proceeding.
I have a BS in Mathematics (University of Hartford) and a MS in Applied Mathematics (Cal State, Northridge). I worked as a graduate teaching associate at Cal State for more than 2 years, and have tutored mathematics for the last 7 years.
Pricing: (Negotiable during the pandemic)
High School Math (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry) - $55
Upper Level HS Math (Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics) - $60
College Algebra - $65
Calculus I, Calculus II - $70
Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory - $75
Partial Differential Equations $85
Graduate Level Math courses
Computational Statistics, Regression Analysis - $145
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