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Alan C.

Math Tutor in Monmouth Area

Math Tutor in Monmouth Area

$90/hour

  • 1,508 hours tutoring

  • Marlboro, NJ 07746

About Alan


Bio

I am an experienced tutor in mathematics and the mathematical sciences.

I have been a private tutor since 2013, and have privately tutored various middle school, high school and college math courses, including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus I, II & III, Introductory Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics, and ACT Math & SAT Math. In addition, I also have experience tutoring high school Physics, high school & college level Computer Programming,...

I am an experienced tutor in mathematics and the mathematical sciences.

I have been a private tutor since 2013, and have privately tutored various middle school, high school and college math courses, including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus I, II & III, Introductory Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics, and ACT Math & SAT Math. In addition, I also have experience tutoring high school Physics, high school & college level Computer Programming, and high school through graduate level Economics,

While in college and after graduating I was employed as an assistant instructor by a private tutoring company for over half a year, and have since worked at a number of math enrichment centers and after school programs in Mercer and Middlesex counties. I have taught classes of 4-12 students in all levels of high school, middle school, and elementary school mathematics, as well as SAT math. In addition to this, I also have run a pre-k math/English class and a class on Lego Robotics.

As an undergraduate I studied Mathematics, with focuses in Quantitative Economics and Operations Research. I am experienced with Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Math Logic, and have taken up to Graduate Level Probability courses. In addition, I am well-versed in Statistics, Economics, and basic Computer Science. If you are in the Monmouth area and looking for an experienced tutor with flexible hours, feel free to contact me.


Education

Rutgers
Mathematics

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Subjects

Business

Econometrics,

Econometrics

As an undergraduate I took multiple classes in regression analysis, time series modeling, and other econometric techniques. I currently work full time as an economist where statistics and econometrics are frequently used. While econometrics and other economic forecasting techniques can be difficult, I find it is best taught by having a firm grounding in statistics and eventually working up to more advanced theories.
Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Microsoft Excel

Computer

Computer Programming,

Computer Programming

Computer science is really just math with a bit less numbers and a bit more creativity. In addition to having taken a number of advanced computer science courses at university, I have helped numerous students pass their AP comp sci exams and work on the college computer science work. With more and more of our world becoming digital, its important to have a good foundation in computer science, and together we can be sure to meet your computer science needs.
Visual Basic,

Visual Basic

In addition to studying computer science extensively while in university, I currently work with VBA on a daily basis. VBA has simpler syntax than most computer languages, and the concepts used in coding are directly applicable to most workplaces, making it a great language to learn. Whether you want to use Excel more efficiently or want to due more back-end programming work, I can help get you up to speed and meet your specific coding needs.
Microsoft Excel

Corporate Training

Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Microsoft Excel, Statistics

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Homeschool

Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is often the first time a student is introduced to formal logic and proof-based arguments, making it one of the most unique mathematics courses in a student's career. But with clear explanations and simplified examples, I can help make the new concepts introduced in geometry easily understood.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is that important subject that bridges the gap between algebra and higher level mathematics. It can often be challenging for students due to the variety of new topics introduced, but the concepts are not as hard as they might seem at first glance! Whether it's trigonometric functions, conic sections, complex numbers, or matrix algebra, I can help get you up to speed in pre-calculus and get you prepared for higher level mathematics.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. Though standardized testing vary in difficulty and scope, their key feature is that standardized tests don't necessarily measure mathematical aptitude, but instead measure how well you take tests. No matter what levels of mathematics you are currently at, we can make sure your test-taking abilities for math-based standardized tests are top notch.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics, Prealgebra, Statistics

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. The ACTs, like most standardized tests, while meant to measure mathematical ability, are often just a measure of how well you take tests. Luckily, we can help improve your math skills and go over the necessary strategies to take a test like the ACTs.
Differential Equations,

Differential Equations

At Rutgers University I took courses in differential equations and partial differential equations. I achieved A's in both classes, and have assisted students with more complex mathematics in the past as well.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is often the first time a student is introduced to formal logic and proof-based arguments, making it one of the most unique mathematics courses in a student's career. But with clear explanations and simplified examples, I can help make the new concepts introduced in geometry easily understood.
Linear Algebra,

Linear Algebra

Linear algebra is really just the study of the same math learned in high school, but with more confusing names. It is easy to relate some of the more advanced vector and matrix concepts to simple algebraic equations. I find when teaching students linear algebra, having a high school textbook nearby is a big benefit. Linear algebra may seem like a lot of hard concepts, but it's really just easy concepts with hard names.
Logic,

Logic

I have taken courses on formal logic and mathematical logic as an undergraduate, and have tutored predicate calculus and formal logic as well. Some of my methods include helping define logic in more concrete terms for students who may have trouble with abstract concepts, as well as illustrating numerous examples of the laws of logic, types of reasoning, and inductive proofs to help students get a feel for the material. By working from the ground up, and building a students reasoning first through simple logical statements, logical connectives, and quantifiers, I am able to help my students understand difficult concepts by building on simpler ones. When I work with a student they are able to build up their own logical intuition and formalize it easily.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is that important subject that bridges the gap between algebra and higher level mathematics. It can often be challenging for students due to the variety of new topics introduced, but the concepts are not as hard as they might seem at first glance! Whether it's trigonometric functions, conic sections, complex numbers, or matrix algebra, I can help get you up to speed in pre-calculus and get you prepared for higher level mathematics.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. Though standardized testing vary in difficulty and scope, their key feature is that standardized tests don't necessarily measure mathematical aptitude, but instead measure how well you take tests. No matter what levels of mathematics you are currently at, we can make sure your test-taking abilities for math-based standardized tests are top notch.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Physics, Prealgebra, Probability, Statistics, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is often the first time a student is introduced to formal logic and proof-based arguments, making it one of the most unique mathematics courses in a student's career. But with clear explanations and simplified examples, I can help make the new concepts introduced in geometry easily understood.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is that important subject that bridges the gap between algebra and higher level mathematics. It can often be challenging for students due to the variety of new topics introduced, but the concepts are not as hard as they might seem at first glance! Whether it's trigonometric functions, conic sections, complex numbers, or matrix algebra, I can help get you up to speed in pre-calculus and get you prepared for higher level mathematics.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Physics, Prealgebra, Statistics

Other

Macroeconomics, Microeconomics

Science

Econometrics,

Econometrics

As an undergraduate I took multiple classes in regression analysis, time series modeling, and other econometric techniques. I currently work full time as an economist where statistics and econometrics are frequently used. While econometrics and other economic forecasting techniques can be difficult, I find it is best taught by having a firm grounding in statistics and eventually working up to more advanced theories.
Physics

Summer

Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is often the first time a student is introduced to formal logic and proof-based arguments, making it one of the most unique mathematics courses in a student's career. But with clear explanations and simplified examples, I can help make the new concepts introduced in geometry easily understood.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. Though standardized testing vary in difficulty and scope, their key feature is that standardized tests don't necessarily measure mathematical aptitude, but instead measure how well you take tests. No matter what levels of mathematics you are currently at, we can make sure your test-taking abilities for math-based standardized tests are top notch.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics, Statistics

Test Preparation

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. The ACTs, like most standardized tests, while meant to measure mathematical ability, are often just a measure of how well you take tests. Luckily, we can help improve your math skills and go over the necessary strategies to take a test like the ACTs.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I have been tutoring mathematics for standardized testing since 2013. Though standardized testing vary in difficulty and scope, their key feature is that standardized tests don't necessarily measure mathematical aptitude, but instead measure how well you take tests. No matter what levels of mathematics you are currently at, we can make sure your test-taking abilities for math-based standardized tests are top notch.
SSAT

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Reviews


Excellent Tutor!

Alan is professional, polite, and intelligent- he is one of the best tutors I have found. His tutoring in logical reasoning was very helpful.

Moll, 1 lesson with Alan

Great tutor and very patient

We will continue to use him in the future. He helped clarify confusing concepts with great patience. He really helped build my son's confidence. He was very accommodating with locations to meet as well as very punctual.

Heather, 3 lessons with Alan

Thorough and patient tutor

Alan is helping my daughter with pre-calculus and SAT prep. He explains concepts clearly and offers good strategies for navigating tricky test questions. We look forward to working with Alan again.

Paula, 6 lessons with Alan

Great Tutor

In an hour i learned more than the previous 4 weeks of class combined. He is very knowledgeable about mathematic subjects and explains it in a way that is easy to understand.

Jeff, 8 lessons with Alan

Great Math Tutor

Alan is great, he connects quickly with the student and the topics they need help with. He jumps right in and moves as fast or slow as the student needs. Alan is extremely bright.

Mary Agnes, 18 lessons with Alan

Makes math look easy

Alan is punctual, polite, energetic and covers lots of topics in a short time. My son likes to work with Alan and looks forward to the lessons. We can highly recommend Alan.

Barbara Ann, 3 lessons with Alan

Smart, Vibrant and knowledgable

My son was very pleased and felt like the way Alan was teaching him was a better way for him to understand. Thank you Alan, I am looking forward to having you around again. You are a great young man doing great things.

Doris, 5 lessons with Alan

Connected well with my son

My son is finicky about tutors. He and Alan really connected. Finding the right rotor is about both content knowledge and interpersonal rapport. Alan has both. On the way home my son told me Alan teaches him more than his math teacher.

Jeff, 20 lessons with Alan

Patient and easy to work with

Alan was very patient and guided me to the correct process to solve the problems that I was unsure of. He wasn't mean and condescending like my previous tutor. I know that I will do much better in my class with his help and guidance.

Mary, 2 lessons with Alan
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$90/hour

Alan C.

$90/hour

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