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...I have been a student of computer science since I was 11. As a teenager I read extensively about Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing, ENIAC and UNIVAC, and first started studying programming on an Atari. I have also taken comp sci classes at the college level covering programming, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, the rise of the internet, etc.

...I enjoy conveying the most direct and efficient methods to solve problems, but also value that students can and must be able to approach problems in an algebraic, graphical and numerical way in order to really gain full insight from this topic and set a good grounding for future courses. I have ...

...I'm particularly good at Physics, Chemistry and all Math including Math SAT which I scored a perfect 800 on. When in high school I frequently volunteered in after school tutoring / mentoring programs that helped students who struggled with Math to learn the fundamental concepts necessary to succ...

I have an undergraduate degree in Statistics and a Masters in Bio**statistics**. I collaborate with non-statisticians, so I am used to explaining statistical concepts in a manner that's easy to grasp. I have also taught SAS to graduate students and have occasionally lent a helping hand on anything SAS...

...I take the time out to research thoroughly on the subject before presenting to the student. I worked as a software professional in the past for 6 years and recently completed my second Masters in Industrial Engineering from the University of Houston as a mature student. It is this love of learning that I would like to pass on to students.

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