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Harvard College (Economics)
Sophia University (Graduate Coursework)
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I grew up in the US and Italy (Turin and Milan) completely bilingual in Italian and English and came back to the US to earn my degree in economics at Harvard.
I am also fluent in Japanese (after college I worked and studied in Japan for six years) and in French (I earned an MBA at INSEAD, in France).
I have a passion for language, and for economics and all the tools one uses in international business (including Excel, finance, and management accounting).
We'll keep classes entertaining and fun, even as we explore the subject matter clearly and rigorously.
My goal is to teach you according to *your* goals, using the teaching style that works best for you. Please let me help you reach your goals!
I grew up in the US and Italy (Turin and Milan) completely bilingual in Italian and English and came back to the US to earn my degree in … Read more
Paul is a wonderful tutor! We are focusing on grammar and verb conjucation which has been very helpful! I enjoy working with and can't recommend him enough!
Paul is a great teacher for twelve years old boys! He is able to give a lot of information while keeping kids interested and motivated. Our kids are looking forward to the next lesson and excited to see Paul every time!
Paul is very easy to work with and easy to follow. He has a good teaching style and simple techniques and approaches. He is very patient and is aware that every student learns a different way so his teaching style is mindful of this which helps tremendously. I look forward to more tutor sessions with him. Very professional and reliable, thank you!
Paul is able to take a complicated subject (microeconomics) and explain it in a way that not only makes sense, but makes it enjoyable to learn!
Paul has been tutoring me in Statistics for the past 3 weeks. When I first started my Statistics class I was in tears because I did not readily understand the concepts; looking at my syllabus over the course of the remaining weeks made me feel hopeless. I found Paul M. on WyzAnt and sent him a short message about what my goals were for this class. He replied promptly and made a plan of action to help with my educational needs. The first assignment I turned in, on my own, I received a grade of C which is why I was tearful. Week after week, Paul not only has helped me understand the concepts so that I can confidently complete assignments knowing that I know what I did and why I did it, but he always goes above and beyond to find information related to our topics to really emphasize my overall learning and understanding of the concepts, not merely the information I need to "pass the class." My grades have improved with each assignment and I am confident I will complete this class with an A. I am so grateful for Paul M. WyzAnt is so lucky to have him on their team. I would wholeheartedly recommend him to anybody looking for tutoring help in ANY of the areas he is proficient in. He not only knows Statistics, Math, etc. but is also an Italian tutor! Grazie, Paul!
Paul was very knowledgeable on the subject and helped me apply the needed concepts to my paper. I would recommend using him.
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I enjoyed my freshman economics course so much that I decided to major in economics, graduating with honors, and went on to an MBA.
I love helping others understand not just the concepts and formulas, but what they really mean, and how they can be applied to real-world problems.
My main interests are in microeconomics.
I first studied Finance while earning my MBA, used it in the real world (both in the corporate world and while running my own business) for 10 years, and more recently while working as a financial advisor. I enjoy taking complex concepts and breaking them down into easier-to-understand chunks.
I spent the first six years of my career working for a PC manufacturer, and since then I have always been the go-to person within offices I have managed or worked in for all sorts of computer-related questions and problems. I really enjoy helping people put the power of computers to work for them.
I love language and languages and enjoy helping others unlock the beauty of the Italian language and culture.
We can keep classes light-hearted, or we can drill down into the etymology of words, explore the intricacies of grammar, and practice until your pronunciation is flawless – or all of the above!
I grew up in Torino and Milano, and worked in Firenze, so I speak “standard” Italian, and at the same time can give you insights into regional nuances.
I am hooked on spreadsheets. I grew up on the precursors to Excel (Multiplan, Lotus 1-2-3) and have been using Excel since it came out for everything from making a shopping list to elaborate budgeting, business plan modelling, presentations, and running my own business. I just completed a Six Sigma Black Belt course which refreshed the statistics I had studied in college and business school. I love to use data to tell a story. Let me show you how.
I have been using the Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access) since they came out. Invariably I become the go-to guy with friends and colleagues who have questions, ranging from the most basic (how do I save a file?) to the more advanced. I love helping people unlock the power of computers.
I earned my degree in economics at Harvard. In 2008 I studied on my own for 6 weeks while working full-time, and took and passed the General Securities Representative Exam, aka the Series 7. If I recall correctly my score was 86. At the time I was struck by how useless many of the study materials were (even those from reputable test prep firms). I had to go back to some of the finance textbooks I had used in business school, and other outside sources, to make sense of it all.
I would be happy to help you do the same.