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I have years of experience with tutoring students of all ages in varying subjects of Math. I take pride in getting my students to understand the material from the basics and work their way up through positive reinforcement. My students experience a drastic increase in grades.

I am currently studying to be an Actuary (quantifying

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We are grateful to Ross for the exceptional help he is giving our son in Algebra 2! Our son understands the Algebra concepts much better thanks to Ross. There is no better tutor....and we couldn't be happier with the results.

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I have passed the 1st 2 SOA Exams. Exam P was taken in July 2015 and I tutor friends at school in the program. I do the same with Exam FM. I am currently studying for Exam MFE, and UConn is considered one of the best universities for Actuarial Science.

Been tutoring since 10th grade, and have a 100% improvement rage. I was able to score a 750 on the Math SAT without studying.

I took AP Calculus in High School, and completed college courses on Calculus I, II and III. Calculus is a large part of an Actuaries job when it comes to pricing options on stocks and insurance plans

Actuaries deal with differential equations in many courses, in which I have performed exceedingly well. I have never taken Calculus IV (Differential Equations), but I have taken Calculus I, II and III (Multivariable) and several other courses where partial derivatives and integrals are essential to the coursework. I am well versed in manipulating calculus theorems and applying them to the material at hand.

I took a college course called Applied Linear Algebra. I received high marks on all of my homework and exams. I tutored several others on the material and still have access to my notes, a textbook and solution manual to aid the learning process.

I have self-taught knowledge of how to operate Mac OS X and iOS. I have successfully fixed several bug issues in the software for friends. If it's not a software issue, for certain situations I can provide an alternative way to accomplish the same task.

I took a course called Programming for Actuaries. Half of the semester was focused on learning Microsoft Access. I also learned the coding language for Access called Structured Query Language, which allows me to write a script for the program to follow and apply to the file I am working on.

Took a course called Programming for Actuaries. Half of the semester was focused on learning Microsoft Excel. I also learned the coding language for Excel called Visual Basics for Applications, which allows me to write a script for the program to follow and apply to the file I am working on.

Took PreCalculus in 11th Grade, have tutored many people in PreCalculus over the years. Have taken courses for Calculus I, II and III(Multivariable), but I am also knowledgeable with Calculus IV(Differential Equations). I took AP Calculus in High School and earned a grade high enough to receive credit at UConn.

Took Math 3160 (Probability) at UConn Storrs campus for 5 weeks in June 2015, proceeded to study on my own for an additional 3 weeks to learn material I was not taught in class. Ultimately my effort paid off when I passed my first Actuarial Exam.

I have access to databases with sample problems to adapt to the way you learn, while you understand the question.

I scored 750 on the SAT Math section without preparation.

Took a course called Programming for Actuaries. Half of the semester was focused on learning Microsoft Access. I also learned the coding language for Access called Structured Query Language, which allows me to write a script for the program to follow and apply to the file I am working on.

I have been a sprinter and Jumper for the past 10 years. I competed in 100m, 200m, 4x100m, 4x200m, Long Jump, and Triple Jump. I worked alongside the coaches when I was named captain of my high school team to push my teammates harder and faster. I currently participate in the Running Club (RunUC) at UConn.

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Dedicated Tutor with advanced knowledge, Aspiring Actuary