[GROUP RATES AVAILABLE!]Math
has always seemed interesting to me. It just makes sense. It's logical. It's that type of reasoning that helped me to move through Algebra
1 & 2, Geometry
, and Calculus
in high school. In college, my studies continued with Calculus, Differential Equations
, Complex Variables, and Physics
, all leading towards a Bachelor of Science
degree in Electrical Engineering
After graduation, via a strange and winding path, I began to take an interest in becoming a health care actuary. While enjoying the classroom again, I also passed 6 actuarial exams covering Calculus (again), Probability
, Applied Statistics
, Numerical Methods, and Compound Interest. It's this spectrum of mathematics
, from high school through post baccalaureate, which I feel most comfortable tutoring.
I also became even more proficient with Microsoft Excel
, Word, and PowerPoint
. So, if there are questions or invaluable tips that I can help someone with, I can also provide direction with these Microsoft Office programs.
I recently tested my own math skills by taking and passing the GACE Content Assessment for Mathematics (022 -023) for teacher certification in the State of Georgia.
I've also added a few more skills that I'd like to share with others: QuickBooks
Pro and Accounting
MIT Cambridge MA
Georgia State University, Post Baccalaureate, Actuarial Science
Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, MS Applied Statistics
MIT Cambridge MA (Electrical Engineer)
Georgia State University, Post Baccalaureate, Actuarial Science (Graduate Coursework)
Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, MS Applied Statistics (Graduate Coursework)