Hi! As my headline states, I am currently employed at a local higher education facility as a professional tutor. I earned my Bachelor of Science in both Mathematics and Economics in 2013 from Northern Illinois University. I have experience tutoring a wide range of classes in mathematics ranging from developmental mathematics ( i.e. math normally learned prior to college) through courses such as elementary differential equations, linear algebra, analysis, mathematical modeling, etc. ...
Hi! As my headline states, I am currently employed at a local higher education facility as a professional tutor. I earned my Bachelor of Science in both Mathematics and Economics in 2013 from Northern Illinois University. I have experience tutoring a wide range of classes in mathematics ranging from developmental mathematics ( i.e. math normally learned prior to college) through courses such as elementary differential equations, linear algebra, analysis, mathematical modeling, etc.
Overall, my students and co-workers would say I am a persistent tutor. That is, I don't quit as long as you don't. Tutoring gives me a chance to keep my skills sharp and help others appreciate what mathematics can do for them in their education and careers.
Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Analysis, Complex Analysis, Differential equations, Finite Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Multi-variate Calculus, Statistics, Mathematical Modeling
I encourage you as the student, or the parents of the student to not wait until the proverbial "hole" has been dug. I find most of the success from tutoring hinges on the students ability to avoid such circumstances which usually means seeking help early and often.