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“**Understanding and a great explainer!**”

I have been teaching on the college level for nearly 5 years as both a research-educator and an adjunct instructor, simultaneously I tutor in our tutoring center in a myriad of subjects ranging the gamut from remedial math to English … Read more

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Jeremy helped me with the Quantitative section of the GRE. He was very knowledgable in his answers and his explanations. Jeremy doesn't just go over the answers to get you an answer but he'll sit there with you until you fully understand it and can complete it again. He's very easy to talk to without feeling embarassed for your needs and spends his time doing his best to help you.

I would strongly suggest if you want an honest, reliable and helpful guy to have Jeremy as your tutor. He is really good at math but offers help in other areas as well!

Jeremy is a patient and eager to find ways to make me understand the material in a way I can actually understand it! He gives me the confidence I need to push foward and want to understand the material! Thanks Jeremy

Jeremy is very knowledgeable. He is able to explain subjects in a way that is simple to understand. Looking forward for next session.

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I am currently enrolled in a Math Education Masters Program at SUNY Old Westbury. Everything that I have learned in the program has centered on how to talk about and work with common core itself. Currently, I am 24 credits through this 42 credit Masters.

I possess a minor in Computer Science from Stony Brook and much of my Mathematics training was heavily related to programming. I have intermediate level knowledge of C, C++, Java, HTML, Javascript, CSS, and Python and basic knowledge of Assembly Language. I am quite capably of learning on the fly as I need.

With respect to operating systems and computers, I have intermediate level knowledge of Windows and Linux, with basic knowledge of Macs. I also service, repair, and put together my own computer systems.

My experience with Discrete Mathematics comes from my undergraduate Computer Science coursework, which involved very intense work in logic. This additionally included real analysis, discrete mathematics, basic logic courses, and so on. My more advanced Math coursework ventured into other aspects such at set theory, model theory, and proof theory.

Most of my undergraduate Computer Science coursework involved very intense work in finite mathematics. This included stuff like real analysis, discrete mathematics, basic logic courses, and so on. My more advanced Math coursework ventured into other aspects such at set theory, model theory, proof theory.

My linear algebra experience revolves around my computer science work. Meaning, I've taken multiple linear algebra classes in my coursework as well as where linear algebra overlaps with calculus when solving multiple linear equations. I studied Calculus I-IV and Differential Equations.

Most of my undergraduate Computer Science coursework involved very intense work in logic. This included stuff like real analysis, discrete mathematics, basic log courses, and so on. My more advanced Math coursework ventured into other aspects such at set theory, model theory, and proof theory.

I am a research-educator and college educator for 5 years with 10 years experience in higher education. I personally always keep up with what is going on in K-12. Additionally, I am nearly done with my 2nd Masters in Math Education of which regents knowledge is a component.

I spent a year and a half teaching my colleges Freshman seminar class. It is a 3 credit class that touches upon technology, research, and study skills/readiness. The class itself was called HU105 (Collegiate Learning and Cognitive Development).

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