$28/hour

5.0
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“**Very helpful, patient, and knowledgeable**”

Hello! My name is Ganesh. I'm currently in my third year studying mathematics at Northeastern University in Boston. Prior to that, I graduated with an Associate in Arts degree from St. Petersburg College in Tarpon Springs, where I was a math tutor for a year. As it was a public walk in tutoring center, I was able to work with a wide variety of

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Ganesh came on time and helped me understanding the concepts I was struggling with. I am more confident now than before.

Ganesh was great! He was very patient and went through each problem step by step. He was a huge help with my Statistics class.

Ganesh is able to teach math better than any professor I've ever had. He's unbelievably patient and he clarifies concepts very well. I am not an easy student to tutor. I was mathematically illiterate until about three years ago, I have a learning disability, and he was able to help me understand statistics significantly better than I expected to. Most math tutors don't know how to explain certain concepts effectively to people who are less familiar with the information. If I didn't understand a problem he would explain it in as many different ways as possible, to the point where most teachers or other tutors would just give up on trying to help me. If he could help me through my statistics class this semester, then I think he could probably help anyone.

Ganesh introduced ratios and proportions to me. I like his teaching style. He's very patient and professional. I look forward to a second lesson.

Tutor was for my son. My son said that he feels more confident and comfortable practicing Alegbra 1. He enjoys learning from someone that helps him quickly understand. My son has ADHD and as I watched him and Ganesh I saw that he was attentive during the entire procedure.

Math:

Algebra 1,
Music:

Guitar
Elementary Education:

Sports/Recreation:

Tennis
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I first took algebra 1 in middle school and have taken a few more algebra classes since, receiving A's in all of them. Some concepts from algebra 1 I still use in my current math classes since algebra is such a fundamental subject. This was also a very common topic to tutor at my old tutoring job, so I'm familiar with many of the concepts students tend to have trouble with.

Algebra 2 much like algebra 1 is something I've gone over countless times and still use much of in the math classes I'm taking now. I've worked with many students on the subject and am comfortable explaining concepts clearly.

I have taken a few calculus classes and received A's in all of them. I continue to use calculus in one way or another in all my math classes since it's such a foundational subject to higher math. Often times than not, students have to take at least calculus 1 no matter what their major is. That being said, I have experience tutoring and helping students of all backgrounds to develop and work on fundamental ideas to succeed in calculus.

I've taken two DE classes, differential equations and differential equations with linear algebra, receiving A's in both of them. I have also taken nonlinear dynamics, using nonlinear differential equations in the context of dynamical systems. Differential equations can seem intimidating because of how long the problems are, but in my experience I've learned to take students focus away from that, and to simply go step by step to make sure problems are done properly and are clearly understood.

This is a simple yet very important subject that I have tutored extensively. I try to explain topics and ideas clearly and at a good pace for the student, all while emphasizing certain concepts needed in order to build a strong mathematical foundation.

I have taken precalculus at the high school and college level, receiving A's in both classes. I have covered a lot of material and have worked with many students in this subject, emphasizing the necessary tools and concepts they need to succeed in precalculus and later on calculus.

I have taken numerous statistics classes over the past couple years including elementary statistics, statistics for economics, probability and statistics, probability and risk, and statistics and stochastic processes. I've been tutoring stats for the past two years and do well with explaining the ideas and concepts students tend to have problems with.

I played tennis competitively from the age of ten and was number one on my High School team. I traveled much of Florida and the U.S. competing in tournaments. I've since then stopped playing competitively and only play recreationally now, but do enjoy teaching the basics to get anyone new to tennis started.

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