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...This is a supplement to 4 years of tutoring experience. In all, I have taught over 300 students at the college level and tutored dozens more. I specialize in applied mathematics and can tutor both high school or college students in **calculus**, differential equations, linear algebra, partial differential equations, statistics, mathematical/functional analysis, and numerical analysis.

...Further, I have worked in accounting for a year at a major international French corporation and proposing and have lead financial data-driven projects to drastically increase company profits at a market leader. This background means I can explain key US accounting principles (GAAP, double-entry,...

...I would like to see students try solving problems on their own first and treat me with respect so that it can be reciprocated. I am traveling quite a bit this school year but am able to conduct sessions on line when I am out of town, which I have done with previous students without issues.I was ...

...My experience is related to the numerous biostatistical projects that I have been involved, as a consultant, through the years and the numerous students and professionals that I have helped both with the software implementation and the analysis of the results. I have taught logic as part of a qu...

...I have a Bachelor's of Science in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon. I have been a teaching assistant for various chemical engineering courses at Carnegie Mellon, including labs. I have also lectured if a professor was out of town.

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