South Dakota State University (Mathematics)
South Dakota State University (Master's)
I have experience working as a collegiate mathematics teaching assistant and tutoring elementary, high school, college level and non-traditional students both privately and in group settings in mathematics, statistics and Spanish. I have also worked on students with ACT prep, college admissions essays and general essay proof-reading and guidance. I graduated from South Dakota State University with bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Spanish, as well as a masters degree in Mathematics. During my undergraduate studies, I was a member of the Jackrabbits cross country team. I now continue to be active running and participating in recreational sports leagues. In 2015, I relocated to the Twin Cities area to begin work as a Credit Risk Analyst.
I prefer tutoring to teaching because this allows me to connect with and work individually with students and push them to succeed. I have experience tutoring elementary through college level students privately and in group setting and also working as a teaching assistant at the University.
My subjects include: Math, Elementary and Middle School Math, Prealgebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Statistics, Probability, Calculus, Differential Equations, Logic and Sets, Discrete Mathematics, Theory, SAS, R, C++, Spanish, ACT Prep, College Admissions Essays and General Essay Proof-Reading and Guidance.
If you feel I am able to meet your tutor, prep or proof-reading needs, please contact me. I look forward to meeting you and enabling your success! I have experience working as a collegiate mathematics teaching assistant and tutoring elementary, high school, college level and non-traditional students both privately and in group settings in mathematics, statistics and Spanish. I have also worked on students with ACT prep, college admissions essays and general essay proof-reading and guidance.
Jessica assessed my daughter's current skills in pre-calc and dove into the material to build off of those skills. She explained things in a way that made sense to my daughter and so now she feels more confident about the class.
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I have taken and passed two courses solely in C++ programming from South Dakota State University. I passed these two classes with an A grade. I also continued to take programming courses in other programming languages and was 1 course away from a computer science minor.
I have a bachelors and masters degree in mathematics from South Dakota State University. During that time I received a letter grade of "A" in my Differential Equations course. Furthermore, I did a supplementary honors course meeting for the course throughout the semester with a group of students looking to cover some additional topics in detail for honors credit.
I have a bachelors and masters degree in mathematics from South Dakota State University. During my education, I received a letter grade of "A" in my Discrete Math course.
I have completed a graduate level course in SAS Programming from South Dakota State University. Furthermore, I utilized SAS programming in the majority of my graduate level statistics courses. I also use SAS daily during my full time job as a credit risk analyst.