PLEASE, watch the video on my profile, first.
In high school I captained my math team to the New England Championship. I also successfully competed in numerous other scholastic math competitions - most notably on a national level in the American Regions Math League where I was twice the high scoring medalist for my team.
I graduated early from UPenn with degrees in math and economics and a few graduate credits, but departed academia for the real world.
I've been helping/coaching/tutoring people with math, statistics, economics, option modeling for many years. Recently, in the course of homeschooling my own children, my love of pure math reignited.
Now I teach math one-on-one every single day. I have my own unorthodox methodologies, I make my own worksheets, I'm developing my own comprehensive educational website, etc. I am most certainly NOT to be compared with a typical "state-certified" math teacher experienced in 1-on-25 instruction.
As you might infer, I'm pretty intense and serious about the business of math. I can help anyone, of any ability, anywhere on the spectrum from counting up through calculus. Tutors are not just for students falling behind - they are also for the gifted kids whose progress has been stunted by group learning environments.
Groups of 2 or 3 are fine. English is my first and only language.
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