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I have an Accounting Degree from Seton Hall University where I studied Cost Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Tax Accounting and all other relevant courses. In addition to my academic experience I have also worked as a Corporate Accountant for 7 years where I created budgets and forecast revenue for various projects. My background consists of academic and professional experience which should benefit any student with improving their understanding of all Accounting concepts.
While pursuing my undergraduate and graduate degrees, I have been fortunate to have great professors that have explained the concepts of economics in a way that made the subject interesting and useful in a real world business application. Economics is a subject that I truly enjoy to teach and can help people understand it and apply it to their daily lives.
I took the GMAT in order to begin my MBA program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. I am very familiar with the format of the GMAT and can efficiently prepare any student to succeed on the test.
I have been using Excel at an advanced level for 14 years. I received my undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University where it was a requirement to use Excel for every one of my business classes. Once I graduated SHU I worked as a Corporate Accountant and used Excel to create pivot tables, massage data with V-lookups and macros, and use statistical functions for probability analysis. My Excel experience is a huge advantage to a beginner, novice, or even an intermediate user that wants to improve their skills.
The SAT Math section covers the following subjects: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and basic problem solving. I have been helping students prepare for the previous topics for years and my methods have helped increase SAT math scores by at least 50 points. It is also important to understand the importance of knowing how to take the SAT. I review all of these methods during the tutoring process.
The SAT Reading section of the SAT is arguably the most challenging part of the test. The reason why is that some of the answers (especially in the reading comprehension portion) are subjective. I help my students with the interpretation of the material and how to select the best choice. I go through practice questions with my students and ensure they are familiar with the difficult vocabulary terms and sentence structure. The previous methods have helped my students improve their SAT reading scores.
I have a strong background in Statistics and was introduced to SPSS while pursuing my graduate degree. I have used SPSS for hypothesis testing, t tests, ANOVA and for many other statistical analysis. My experience has enabled me to be able to help anyone gain an understanding of how to analyze statistical data using SPSS.
I have taken business statistics in an undergraduate and graduate setting. Since it is such a challenging course I am consistently helping students become more familiar with the material. In my opinion Statistics is the most difficult course for business students which makes it one of my favorite subjects to teach.
I started playing volleyball in high school in a structured and competitive environment. After high school, I played in advanced organized leagues on the Jersey Shore and Northern New Jersey for over 10 years. During that time I have reinforced the correct fundamentals and techniques of playing volleyball such as bumping, setting, passing, serving and defense. Since I have been playing this sport for a total of 15 years I am in a position where I can easily teach these skills to a novice volleyball player.