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I am a graduate from Columbia University, fulfilling a bachelor's program in Mathematics as well as a master's program in Philosophy. I have eight years of experience in education, beginning when I was hired by the Philosophy department of Brandeis University as a tutor for Symbolic Logic. During the next year, I tutored independently and through

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Adam was an amazing tutor. He was very knowledgeable and jumped right in to the subject material. I am a student in Columbia University and he knows the content very well. He is extremely informative and helpful. He goes as slow or as fast as you would like. Worth every penny!!

Adam is a very knowledgeable tutor with a good attitude. He provides good explanations and is very patient. Great to work with and encouraging, definitely recommend.

I am one of those students that got through calc 1 by the skin of my teeth and I need a miracle to get through calc 2 that miracle is ADAM. He is patient non judgmental and the best part is he's so passionate about the material he actually gets you into it and makes it so much less miserable. He is worth every penny he offers to help with problems even if he's not physically there with you. He's just everything you need to get through this sometimes horrifying experience. When I finished with him I was able to do my homework and I actually kinda enjoyed it ! BOOK HIM you will get better grades and change your overall outlook on the subject matter. MIRACLES DO HAPPEN.

He is simply amazing. He is very patient , he approaches and solves problems throughly and effectively. I can honestly say that , I have learned so much. He is math genius , if your having math problems . Hit this guy up ,

Adam has been helping my 10th grade son with geometry. Adam has made difficult concepts clear and has introduced very helpful approaches to problem solving. He is punctual, responsive and a pleasure to work with.

Adam was so helpful and detailed in his math review that he was able to discover holes in my daughter's understanding of calculus concepts. Because of his attention to detail he was able to improve her grade quickly and substantially. I highly recommend Adam

Adam is a very patient teacher. My nephew Aaron said he explained it in a way that he can understand. He wants him to come every weekend! Thanks Adam

Adam has helped my son with his Intro Stats class in a way no other tutor was able to. He broke down complex topics into quick, and easily understandable mini lessons. And made it a fun and enjoyable learning experience for him. I would highly recommend working with Adam.

This is the third year that my daughter has been studying with Adam. He is very patient and breaks down college level math to her in an understandable way. We'll be continuing with Adam as long as my daughter takes math courses!

Adam helped me with Intro Stats. He is an experienced teacher and gave lucid explanations for not-so-simple formulas. I understood things much better after working with him, and my course grade improved significantly. I recommend him highly!

I have been working with him to improve my critical and analytical thinking skills for the GRE analytical writing.

He proofreads my essays thoroughly and makes perceptive comments on them so that I can learn more from the practice.

Besides, he is willing to answer any questions that I may get stuck on and to try his best to help me understand.

He can perceive quickly what I have trouble with and then suggests an effective approach on how to fix it.

I am always impressed by his insightful thoughts and his ability to explain clearly something profound, recondite.

His lesson really is enlightening and does broaden my horizons.

I have great admiration for his teaching skills and his profundity.

Quite evidently, he is by far the best tutor I've ever met!

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I have tutored Algebra 1 and 2 for more than 20 students, and have not encountered a problem which I couldn't explain.

In high school, I obtained exceptional marks in the Word Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, Paragraph Comprehension, Verbal Expression, and Mathematical Knowledge sections of the ASVAB. I have an advanced degree in Philosophy, which has made me proficient in the English language sections of the ASVAB; and I've completed a Bachelors program in mathematics, which qualifies me to teach the mathematical sections. I cannot offer tutoring for any of the other sections.

I have tutored Calculus I, II, III, and IV, that is to say, the full Calculus series, for several students at Columbia, NYU, Harper, and other schools. There is no topic within the Calculus series which I haven't explained at least a few times.

I've also tutored students in advanced versions of Calculus, such as vector Calculus and courses that integrate topics from Linear Algebra. I've also tutored a few students in the proof-heavy course titled Real Analysis or Modern Analysis.

I have been playing chess since high school, and in high school I was the co-president of the chess club. My chess rating is 1370 in the Elo rating system, which is by no means a professional chess rating. I am qualified to teach an introduction to chess only.

I have taken MIT's 6.00x course in Computer Science and gained certification.

I've tutored introductory CompSci courses in Python, Java, and C++ for five years. I've also tutored several students in advanced theoretical topics like Algorithms, Computability, and Automata Theory.

I've tutored Differential Equations about a dozen times, for classes that have used Zill's textbook and the more advanced book by Boyce and diPrima. I have helped students with such topics as solutions to linear, homogeneous, exact, and Bernoulli type equations, to name a few. I have also helped with series solutions, matrix methods, and Laplace transforms. I have tutored the course offered at Columbia a number of times, and am familiar with the topics typically encountered in that course.

Discrete Math is a collection of various other Math subjects including Logic, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Algorithms, and more. I have studied each of these, either in a class devoted to the (like a course in Symbolic Logic alone) or in classes which contained them as special topics (for instance I learned Graph Theory through studying Probability, Abstract Algebra, and other subjects). So I am familiar with all of the usual topics covered in such a course.

I've tutored finite Math several times, where courses included sequences, series, algorithms, sets, functions, logic, proofs, combinatorics, linear algebra, graph theory, probability, number theory, and game theory.

I have tutored Geometry more times than I can count! I have helped students become comfortable with proofs and constructions, which are often the topics which they find most challenging. I've also tutored college Math majors in Euclidean Geometry.

I have tutored the GRE at least 40 times with students of wide ranging skill levels, from those who need refreshers on adding fractions, to those who need to push their score from good to great. I tend to make lessons with students that follow a pattern: Teach a few concepts, give simple exercises, give GRE-style exercises, move to the next concept. We set up a schedule and, between meetings, I send exercises, you send solutions, I send feedback. We keep covering more material and reviewing old material. When we reach the end of the material we start covering test-taking techniques and really emphasize GRE-style questions--we get your time-per-question down, pick numbers efficiently, and know what to look out for with tricky graph questions.

I've tutored Computer Science several times. I'm able to explain the Object Oriented Programming paradigm that is essential for Java, as well as algorithms, data structures, and the design of Graphical User Iterfaces (GUIs).

I took Linear Algebra at Columbia University while getting my Math degree. I've tutored the subject several times, and taken more advanced courses Abstract Algebra. I've also used knowledge of the subject in fields like Statistics, Machine Learning, Differential Equations, and Computer Science.

I have taken Symbolic Logic, Mathematical Logic, Advanced Logic, Computability, and Modal Logic, each with excellent marks. I've tutored the subject several times for students at Columbia, NYU, City College, and via Skype with students at Penn State, Kings College London, and the University of South Africa, with some of this work at the graduate student level.

I've tutored the LSAT logical and analytical reasoning sections several times. I'm able to provide direct and clear explanations for which choice is the correct one, and why each of the others are false. I am also able to advise techniques for drawing diagrams on the logic games section, and well as general logical rules to help understand the arguments and constraints in each problem.

I have served as a teaching assistant and tutor for a general introduction to Philosophy, a course in Early Modern philosophers, Logic, and a course titled Truth, Value, and Reason. I'm able to tutor any undergraduate subject except Eastern and continental Philosophy subjects.

I have tutored students in basic Probability as well as Calculus-based courses working out of the texts from Sheldon Ross and Robert Hogg.

I am able to tutor students in courses which cover such topics as discrete probabilities, conditional probabilities, random variables, marginal probabilities, order statistics, and maximum likelihood estimators. I am not able to tutor topics such as Measure Theory and sigma-algebras.

I've tutored Python twice, emphasizing concepts of basic syntax, debugging, computational complexity, object-oriented programming, modeling physical and financial systems, and producing graphical output and Graphical User Interfaces.

I've prepared students for the SAT countless times. I teach both the content of the test, as well as test-taking techniques such as time-management, guessing strategies, and ways of reasoning that can avoid long calculations whenever possible.

I have tutored introductory Statistics for at least 20 students, including courses that require Calculus, the theory of random variables, and sigma-algebras, Measure Theory, and Probability Theory. These have been courses offered at elite colleges like Columbia, NYU, Cooper Union, and at high schools including Hunter. I'm familiar with the AP Statistics curriculum. I've also tutored for classes that use the statistical programming language R and relevant Python modules like pandas.

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