University of California, Berkeley (Economics and Stats)
I have a double major in Economics and Statistics, and a minor in Mathematics from UC Berkeley. I've had over 10 years' experience working with college students and very much enjoy working in the subjects I tutor.
I've received and eventually provided extensive training and tutoring at UC Berkeley for the Athletic Study Center (located at the Caesar Chavez building) from 2008 until 2011. My perspective of education is complemented from being a workshop leader (discussion section instructor) for the Summer Bridge Program, where I designed my syllabus, graded tests, led lectures and proctored exams. All of my pupils have passed their classes, most with at least a B. I am very familiar with the course structures from many professors in the statistics and economics departments. From all these experience, I've accumulated many high quality examples and teaching materials that I have developed over the years.
Pre-college, and non UC Berkeley students are welcome to contact me. I have a double major in Economics and Statistics, and a minor in Mathematics from UC Berkeley. I've had over 10 years' experience working with college students and very much enjoy working in the subjects I tutor.
I've received and eventually provided extensive training and tutoring at UC Berkeley for the Athletic Study Center (located
Jason was a great help. He was very knowledgeable of the subject matter and was able to explain things well.
Jason is an amazing tutor. He helped me a lot with my finance and operations management class. He was very good at explaining things I was having trouble understanding. I highly recommend him.
Jason quickly understood what I didn't know. Then he carefully walked me through examples on the computer and on paper. He was very patient and had good pacing for the session.
Jason is a great choice if you need someone who knows and can teach SQL!
Jason does a fantastic job. He is really well worth your time. I had a session with him for Finance and he taught me a lot.
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I've had 20+ past SAT and ACT students. I've helped with test prep tutoring training at Compass education.
I have successfully passed the 1/P and 2/FM exams and only desire to tutor on those two exams.
My foundation in 1/P is rooted in my statistics background. My foundation in 2/FM is based on my work in finance courses, as well as my minor in math.
I'm a Stats major and Math minor from UC Berkeley.
Minored in math from UC Berkeley. My coursework included mathematical analysis, so, I have a strong background in the theory of calculus as well.
I was an economics and stats double major plus I have actuarial work experience.
Successful completion of Financial Math and Models of Financial Economics Actuarial exams.
I have completed two courses in Linear Algebra; one being a lower division course focusing on computations, the other an upper division class focusing on proofs.
In addition, I have applied linear algebra in building my regression models.
Finally, there are many skills I have developed in my general coursework and work experience in Math, Stats, and Econ that can be transferred to tutoring Linear Algebra.
I use MS Access on a daily basis. I can work with students in developing their basic skills (building queries, boolean operators, SQL mode, connecting to OBDC sources, macro's etc.).
I would be best working with students who are attempting to accomplish something in MS Access.
Economics and Statistics Major with a Minor in Math from UC Berkeley.
Statistics Major at UC Berkeley. Successful completion of the Probability Actuarial Exam.
Math Minor in college. SAT test prep training at Compass Education Group.
I am a Statistics Major at UC Berkeley.