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$120/hour

  • 77 hours tutoring

  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

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My name is Hamilton, and I help create math success stories. Anyone can call him or herself a math tutor. Only a handful of us have: - Undergraduate and graduate degrees in math - Teaching experience at a top university - Thousands of hours of tutoring experience - A love of the subject, and a passion for helping others succeed with it I earned my BA and MA in Mathematics/Statistics from Boston University in 2009 (3.97 GPA, 4.0 math GPA). A year later, I picked UC Berkeley over Harvard for ...

My name is Hamilton, and I help create math success stories.

Anyone can call him or herself a math tutor. Only a handful of us have:
- Undergraduate and graduate degrees in math
- Teaching experience at a top university
- Thousands of hours of tutoring experience
- A love of the subject, and a passion for helping others succeed with it

I earned my BA and MA in Mathematics/Statistics from Boston University in 2009 (3.97 GPA, 4.0 math GPA). A year later, I picked UC Berkeley over Harvard for my PhD. At Berkeley, I taught a Business Statistics course to ~50 undergrads, and earned one of the highest "teaching effectiveness" ratings in the department from my students.

During my last two years at BU, I spent ~300 hours tutoring statistics and calculus. To afford California, I spent almost 1000 hours tutoring in Berkeley. And since returning to South Florida in 2012, I've spent hundreds of hours working with students from Pine Crest, American Heritage, Cardinal Gibbons, St. Thomas, Fort Lauderdale High, and a number of local colleges. Students that I've consistently worked with have received the highest grades in their classes, significantly improved their standardized test scores, and earned valuable college credit via AP exams.

I love helping students succeed with math because I struggled so much with it for so many years. I was a straight-B math student in middle school and high school at Pine Crest, so I've been there. I've felt the frustration. I probably wrestled with the same ideas that aren't (yet) clicking for you or your child. At BU, I realized that there's a much more productive way to do math, and I've been helping others appreciate that fact ever since.

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I tutor all levels of mathematics from Pre-Algebra upwards. At one end of that spectrum, I love helping younger students establish good math habits and build a solid foundation that will serve them for years to come. (Math is SO cumulative! The earlier you can start succeeding with it, the better.) At the other end of the spectrum, calculus 1/AB and 2/BC are some of my favorites, as are probability and statistics.

In addition to providing excellent math tutoring, I also do my best to provide a professional experience for my clients:
- Dedicated tutoring cell phone, so you can usually reach me quite quickly
- Flexible work schedule, so I can often accommodate clients' hectic schedules
- Professional attire, punctual arrivals
- Feedback is great - if something could be better, don't hesitate to tell me.

I look forward to helping you achieve mathematical success.


Education

Boston University
Mathematics and Statistics
Boston University - Statistics
Masters
UC Berkeley - Statistics
Graduate Coursework

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $120
  • Rate details: Please note: My stated rate only covers tutoring. If more than a few minutes of travel from 33301 are required to meet, then travel time will be billed at my full hourly rate.
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 10 miles of Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
  • Lesson cancellation: 12 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 7/17/2015

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Actuarial Science

Actuarial Science

I can help students with Probability, i.e. the first actuarial exam for both CAS and SOA. I passed this exam myself in November 2015 after studying probability at both the undergraduate (Boston University) and graduate (UC Berkeley) levels. As a statistician, I've spent hundreds of hours helping students succeed with probability, and I can help YOU succeed with the first step on your journey to becoming an actuary.

Computer

Computer Programming,

Computer Programming

While in school, I took Intro CS courses at Boston University and UC Berkeley. After leaving Berkeley, I got interested in CS and software engineering, so I took a variety of online CS courses: Data Structures and Algorithms from both Stanford and Princeton, Databases from Stanford, Programming Languages from UWashington, AI from Berkeley, and Software Testing from Udacity. I recently solved ~120 Project Euler programming problems, which rely heavily on efficient computer programming implementations.
Java,

Java

I first learned Java in an Intro CS course at Boston University. I later used it for Princeton's Data Structures and Algorithms online courses, and for an Urbana-Champaign course in Android programming. I've also worked in Scala, which is closely related to Java. And of course, Java is just a tool for expressing technical ideas; I've been working with those technical ideas daily since 2009, and tutoring in general since 2007.
Macintosh,

Macintosh

I've been a full-time Mac user since 2005, so I know OS X inside and out. And as a programmer, I can automate pretty much anything about your Mac that you'd like.
Python,

Python

Python is my favorite language to help people succeed with. I discovered its simplicity and elegance in 2010, and have used it whenever I needed a lightweight language during the past 8 years. I've built websites with it. I've done data analysis work using numpy/scipy/pandas. I did Udacity's Machine Learning Engineer and Artificial Intelligence Engineer coursework with it. I've solved 128 Project Euler problems in it. And I'd love to help you with your Python needs.
R

R

I started using R as a Statistics major at Boston University in 2007. During the final two years of my Statistics bachelor's and master's degrees, I used R for classes such as Linear Models, Generalized Linear Models, Multivariate Statistics, and Algorithmic Computational Biology. Then from 2009-2010, I worked as an R programmer for a biotech company in Cambridge, MA, doing statistical genetics analyses. We also used R exclusively in the Statistics PhD program at Berkeley (2010-2012). And I've been tutoring R ever since; I'm up-to-date with the tidyverse (ggplot2, dplyr, tidyr, etc.) and the many other language developments of the past decade, plus I've done general software engineering for years too.

Corporate Training

Java,

Java

I first learned Java in an Intro CS course at Boston University. I later used it for Princeton's Data Structures and Algorithms online courses, and for an Urbana-Champaign course in Android programming. I've also worked in Scala, which is closely related to Java. And of course, Java is just a tool for expressing technical ideas; I've been working with those technical ideas daily since 2009, and tutoring in general since 2007.
Statistics

Statistics

2.5 degrees in Statistics? Yep. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics from Boston University, and then I completed two years of UC Berkeley's Statistics PhD program, the #2 program in the world. I can help you with almost any level of Statistics, something I've been doing for more than a decade now.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 1 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 1 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 2 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 2 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Calculus,

Calculus

I've helped students ages 15 to 50 succeed with all levels of Calculus, and I can help you too! All levels of Calculus are fair game: AB, BC, 1, 2, and multivariate. And after doing more than 1000 hours of Calculus tutoring in my educational career, I know exactly what will help you understand the material quickly and correctly.
Geometry,

Geometry

Proofs driving you crazy? Suffering from an acute (ha) case of apothem apoplexy? Get the help you need today to succeed with Geometry. But seriously - Geometry isn't just about lines and triangles; it's about mathematical maturity, learning how to start with a given set of facts and derive new facts about the world. I emphasize this perspective heavily when I tutor Geometry. Not only do my students earn great Geometry grades, they also have a much easier time with later math courses and standardized tests as a result.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

If you're reading this, then you have an incredible opportunity to improve your child's life forever. Your child is taking the first step in his/her math journey. And in many ways, it's the most important step in the entire process, because every math class your child takes moving forward will build on the previous one. If your child's foundation is solid, then new math classes will be easy, interesting, and fun. If your child's foundation is shaky, then math will be tedious, painful disaster that it is for 99% of students. I build rock-solid foundations for students. My colleagues from grad school are professors at Harvard, MIT, and Stanford; I could be sitting at your dining room table, building a math foundation that will last your child for the rest of his/her life tomorrow. Think perfect standardized test scores, college scholarships worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, and careers in some of the most profitable, interesting fields on the planet. And it all starts with Pre-Algebra.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-Calculus is a crucial junction in your math journey. If you really learn the material, then Calculus will be smooth sailing. If you stumble through Pre-Calculus, memorizing enough to do okay on tests without understanding the ideas, then Calculus will be a marathon of pain. I've spent hundreds of hours helping students master Pre-Calculus and prepare themselves for continued success, and I can help you too. I have a BA and an MA in Mathematics, and I've spent thousands of hours tutoring math. I've spent more time tutoring Calculus than anything else, so I'm in a great position to connect Pre-Calculus ideas to their Calculus counterparts. Even if you're not planning to take Calculus, don't make Pre-Calculus harder than it needs to be!
SAT Math,

SAT Math

It's true that I've scored in the 99th percentile on every standardized test I've ever taken, including perfect math scores on the SAT and GRE. But much more relevant to you, I've helped students raise their SAT Math scores by hundreds of points and achieve their target scores, earning them admissions to the colleges of their dreams. Preparing for the SAT definitely takes time, but by focusing on the types of questions you're most likely to see on the test, we can use your time as efficiently as possible.
Statistics

Statistics

2.5 degrees in Statistics? Yep. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics from Boston University, and then I completed two years of UC Berkeley's Statistics PhD program, the #2 program in the world. I can help you with almost any level of Statistics, something I've been doing for more than a decade now.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

The key to success with ACT Math is to avoid surprises: you don't want to be seeing anything for the first time when you sit down to take the test. Thankfully, you don't have to see anything for the first time on test day: I've helped enough students succeed with ACT Math to know the types of questions you'll see on the big day, and we can prepare accordingly.
Actuarial Science,

Actuarial Science

I can help students with Probability, i.e. the first actuarial exam for both CAS and SOA. I passed this exam myself in November 2015 after studying probability at both the undergraduate (Boston University) and graduate (UC Berkeley) levels. As a statistician, I've spent hundreds of hours helping students succeed with probability, and I can help YOU succeed with the first step on your journey to becoming an actuary.
Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 1 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 1 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 2 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 2 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Calculus,

Calculus

I've helped students ages 15 to 50 succeed with all levels of Calculus, and I can help you too! All levels of Calculus are fair game: AB, BC, 1, 2, and multivariate. And after doing more than 1000 hours of Calculus tutoring in my educational career, I know exactly what will help you understand the material quickly and correctly.
Geometry,

Geometry

Proofs driving you crazy? Suffering from an acute (ha) case of apothem apoplexy? Get the help you need today to succeed with Geometry. But seriously - Geometry isn't just about lines and triangles; it's about mathematical maturity, learning how to start with a given set of facts and derive new facts about the world. I emphasize this perspective heavily when I tutor Geometry. Not only do my students earn great Geometry grades, they also have a much easier time with later math courses and standardized tests as a result.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

If you're reading this, then you have an incredible opportunity to improve your child's life forever. Your child is taking the first step in his/her math journey. And in many ways, it's the most important step in the entire process, because every math class your child takes moving forward will build on the previous one. If your child's foundation is solid, then new math classes will be easy, interesting, and fun. If your child's foundation is shaky, then math will be tedious, painful disaster that it is for 99% of students. I build rock-solid foundations for students. My colleagues from grad school are professors at Harvard, MIT, and Stanford; I could be sitting at your dining room table, building a math foundation that will last your child for the rest of his/her life tomorrow. Think perfect standardized test scores, college scholarships worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, and careers in some of the most profitable, interesting fields on the planet. And it all starts with Pre-Algebra.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-Calculus is a crucial junction in your math journey. If you really learn the material, then Calculus will be smooth sailing. If you stumble through Pre-Calculus, memorizing enough to do okay on tests without understanding the ideas, then Calculus will be a marathon of pain. I've spent hundreds of hours helping students master Pre-Calculus and prepare themselves for continued success, and I can help you too. I have a BA and an MA in Mathematics, and I've spent thousands of hours tutoring math. I've spent more time tutoring Calculus than anything else, so I'm in a great position to connect Pre-Calculus ideas to their Calculus counterparts. Even if you're not planning to take Calculus, don't make Pre-Calculus harder than it needs to be!
Probability,

Probability

I first took Probability during the final year of my bachelor's degree in Statistics at Boston University. I then used it extensively while completing my master's degree in Statistics, also at BU. I took an even more rigorous version of Probability while I was a Statistics PhD student at UC Berkeley (no measure theory, but yes mgf's, stochastic processes, etc.) I taught undergrad Probability to about 100 UC Berkeley undergrads as part of an Intro Statistics course. In 2015, I passed the first actuarial exam, which focuses exclusively on Probability. And in 2017, I helped a UMiami biostatistics student earn one of the highest grades in her Probability class. Probability can be incredibly confusing and frustrating if it's not taught well, but with expert input, it can be easy and even fun.
R,

R

I started using R as a Statistics major at Boston University in 2007. During the final two years of my Statistics bachelor's and master's degrees, I used R for classes such as Linear Models, Generalized Linear Models, Multivariate Statistics, and Algorithmic Computational Biology. Then from 2009-2010, I worked as an R programmer for a biotech company in Cambridge, MA, doing statistical genetics analyses. We also used R exclusively in the Statistics PhD program at Berkeley (2010-2012). And I've been tutoring R ever since; I'm up-to-date with the tidyverse (ggplot2, dplyr, tidyr, etc.) and the many other language developments of the past decade, plus I've done general software engineering for years too.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

It's true that I've scored in the 99th percentile on every standardized test I've ever taken, including perfect math scores on the SAT and GRE. But much more relevant to you, I've helped students raise their SAT Math scores by hundreds of points and achieve their target scores, earning them admissions to the colleges of their dreams. Preparing for the SAT definitely takes time, but by focusing on the types of questions you're most likely to see on the test, we can use your time as efficiently as possible.
Statistics,

Statistics

2.5 degrees in Statistics? Yep. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics from Boston University, and then I completed two years of UC Berkeley's Statistics PhD program, the #2 program in the world. I can help you with almost any level of Statistics, something I've been doing for more than a decade now.
Trigonometry

Trigonometry

How can I figure out how tall that building is, given that I know how tall I am, how long my shadow is, and how long the building's shadow is? What topic is really important for success on standardized tests but typically poorly taught and rarely understood by students? Trig. I've been helping students succeed with it for 10 years, and I can help you too.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 1 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 1 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 2 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 2 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Calculus,

Calculus

I've helped students ages 15 to 50 succeed with all levels of Calculus, and I can help you too! All levels of Calculus are fair game: AB, BC, 1, 2, and multivariate. And after doing more than 1000 hours of Calculus tutoring in my educational career, I know exactly what will help you understand the material quickly and correctly.
Geometry,

Geometry

Proofs driving you crazy? Suffering from an acute (ha) case of apothem apoplexy? Get the help you need today to succeed with Geometry. But seriously - Geometry isn't just about lines and triangles; it's about mathematical maturity, learning how to start with a given set of facts and derive new facts about the world. I emphasize this perspective heavily when I tutor Geometry. Not only do my students earn great Geometry grades, they also have a much easier time with later math courses and standardized tests as a result.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

If you're reading this, then you have an incredible opportunity to improve your child's life forever. Your child is taking the first step in his/her math journey. And in many ways, it's the most important step in the entire process, because every math class your child takes moving forward will build on the previous one. If your child's foundation is solid, then new math classes will be easy, interesting, and fun. If your child's foundation is shaky, then math will be tedious, painful disaster that it is for 99% of students. I build rock-solid foundations for students. My colleagues from grad school are professors at Harvard, MIT, and Stanford; I could be sitting at your dining room table, building a math foundation that will last your child for the rest of his/her life tomorrow. Think perfect standardized test scores, college scholarships worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, and careers in some of the most profitable, interesting fields on the planet. And it all starts with Pre-Algebra.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-Calculus is a crucial junction in your math journey. If you really learn the material, then Calculus will be smooth sailing. If you stumble through Pre-Calculus, memorizing enough to do okay on tests without understanding the ideas, then Calculus will be a marathon of pain. I've spent hundreds of hours helping students master Pre-Calculus and prepare themselves for continued success, and I can help you too. I have a BA and an MA in Mathematics, and I've spent thousands of hours tutoring math. I've spent more time tutoring Calculus than anything else, so I'm in a great position to connect Pre-Calculus ideas to their Calculus counterparts. Even if you're not planning to take Calculus, don't make Pre-Calculus harder than it needs to be!
Statistics

Statistics

2.5 degrees in Statistics? Yep. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics from Boston University, and then I completed two years of UC Berkeley's Statistics PhD program, the #2 program in the world. I can help you with almost any level of Statistics, something I've been doing for more than a decade now.

Science

ACT Science

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 1 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 1 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

You're probably just trying to improve your child's Algebra 2 grade a little bit. But by working with an elite math tutor, we can achieve that and so much more: a solid foundation for success in every math class your child takes, a great score on every math standardized test down the road, and maybe even a productive, lucrative technical career. My colleagues from graduate school teach at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. With a quick message, I can teach your child one-on-one in the safety and comfort of your own home. I've been helping students succeed with Algebra 2 for more than a decade, and whatever your situation, I'm confident that we can turn things around and help your child achieve his/her full potential in math and life.
Calculus,

Calculus

I've helped students ages 15 to 50 succeed with all levels of Calculus, and I can help you too! All levels of Calculus are fair game: AB, BC, 1, 2, and multivariate. And after doing more than 1000 hours of Calculus tutoring in my educational career, I know exactly what will help you understand the material quickly and correctly.
Geometry,

Geometry

Proofs driving you crazy? Suffering from an acute (ha) case of apothem apoplexy? Get the help you need today to succeed with Geometry. But seriously - Geometry isn't just about lines and triangles; it's about mathematical maturity, learning how to start with a given set of facts and derive new facts about the world. I emphasize this perspective heavily when I tutor Geometry. Not only do my students earn great Geometry grades, they also have a much easier time with later math courses and standardized tests as a result.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

It's true that I've scored in the 99th percentile on every standardized test I've ever taken, including perfect math scores on the SAT and GRE. But much more relevant to you, I've helped students raise their SAT Math scores by hundreds of points and achieve their target scores, earning them admissions to the colleges of their dreams. Preparing for the SAT definitely takes time, but by focusing on the types of questions you're most likely to see on the test, we can use your time as efficiently as possible.
Statistics

Statistics

2.5 degrees in Statistics? Yep. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Statistics from Boston University, and then I completed two years of UC Berkeley's Statistics PhD program, the #2 program in the world. I can help you with almost any level of Statistics, something I've been doing for more than a decade now.

Test Preparation

ACT Math,

ACT Math

The key to success with ACT Math is to avoid surprises: you don't want to be seeing anything for the first time when you sit down to take the test. Thankfully, you don't have to see anything for the first time on test day: I've helped enough students succeed with ACT Math to know the types of questions you'll see on the big day, and we can prepare accordingly.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

It's true that I've scored in the 99th percentile on every standardized test I've ever taken, including perfect math scores on the SAT and GRE. But much more relevant to you, I've helped students raise their SAT Math scores by hundreds of points and achieve their target scores, earning them admissions to the colleges of their dreams. Preparing for the SAT definitely takes time, but by focusing on the types of questions you're most likely to see on the test, we can use your time as efficiently as possible.
ACT Science

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EXCELLENT EXCELLENT EXCELLENT

He arrived on time and we got right down to work. He was professional, helpful and friendly. If you need ANY help with math, THIS is the man to call! I highly recommend him!

Jim, 1 lesson with Hamilton

Knowledgable and extremely patient tutor

Superior knowledge. However, his ability to take a difficult subject (Applied Linear Regression) and effortlessly made it easy for me to understand. I probably would have been a statistician if he were my professor for stats years ago.

Angelo, 4 lessons with Hamilton

Statistics II, great help!

I would like to say Hamilton is great. He had great patience with teaching me statistics. Even helping me figure out how to input really complicated problems into my TI83 calculator. I really did well in my statistics class because of his help. I even told him he was "heaven sent." Thank you Hamilton for your detailed help and not laughing at me because of my calculator use. I feel very confident about taking my final exam.

Renee, 4 lessons with Hamilton

Responsible and knowledgeable tutor

Hamilton and I discussed issues a freshman in university should consider. He gave me helpful advice and made me understand the process of learning computer science better.

Hongyu, 1 lesson with Hamilton

Beyond expectations.

Working on basics in R and Python. Deep understanding of the material, patient and able to convert complex topics to digestible bites.

Mark, 5 lessons with Hamilton

Fantastic tutor! Highly knowledgeable and resourceful!

Hamilton is an amazing tutor! In just an hour session, he helped me understand concepts with which I have been struggling for weeks. Working with him is a blast! Hamilton is a fantastic communicator and has the ability to explain challenging concepts in a variety of understandable ways. He wants his students to succeed and knows just how to make math "click" with his students. I loved his methodical and creative approach to explaining mathematical topics. His optimism and humor makes the session that much more enjoyable and fun. He is also very patient and resourceful and possesses a superior understanding and foundation of math so that he is able to tutor students in topics ranging from algebra to calculus and beyond. I highly recommend Hamilton.

Andie, 1 lesson with Hamilton

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