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Sabyasachi G.

Fairfax Station, VA

$100/hour

MathStatsORPhD_expert

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Princeton University
Operations Research
University of Pennsylvania
Master's
George Mason University
PhD

Education

Princeton University (Operations Research)

University of Pennsylvania (Master's)

George Mason University (PhD)

About Sabyasachi

I have been tutoring since I was in high school (roughly 20 years ago). I was selected as a math/science tutor at Princeton University for my tutoring skills. I taught an undergraduate course in statistics at The Wharton School, U Penn during my graduate years.

I love tutoring because it is a learning process for both me and the student. I love to hear about successes from my teaching the students. I can tutor any type of mathematics, statistics and systems engineering and operations research type of courses. I have a Ph.D. in this area, and would love to share my knowledge with students.

I can help you with Calculus, Differential Equations, Econometrics, R, Statistics, MATLAB, SAS, Operations Research, Systems Engineering, Optimization theory, Financial Modeling, Risk Management.

Please contact me to learn more about my background.
I have been tutoring since I was in high school (roughly 20 years ago). I was selected as a math/science tutor at Princeton University for my tutoring skills. I taught an undergraduate course in Read more

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Cancellation
1 hour notice required
Travel Radius
Travels within 40 miles of Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Math:
ACT Math, Actuarial Science,
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus,
Differential Equations,
Discrete Math,
Econometrics,
Elementary Math, Finite Math,
Geometry, Linear Algebra,
Logic,
Prealgebra, Precalculus, Probability,
R,
SAT Math, SPSS, Statistics,
Trigonometry
Science:
ACT Science, Biostatistics,
Chemistry, Philosophy, Physical Science, Physics
Music:
Music History, Voice (Music)
Art:
Film
English:
Public Speaking, Writing
Test Preparation:
ACT Math, ACT Science, College Counseling,
GRE, SAT Math
Computer:
C, Fortran, MATLAB,
Microsoft Excel,
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Word, Perl, R,
SAS,
SPSS, SQL, STATA, UNIX
Language:
Hindi
History:
American History, European History,
Geography, Government & Politics, Music History, Political Science,
Religion,
Social Studies, World History
Elementary Education:
Elementary Math, Study Skills
Business:
Accounting, Business, Economics,
Finance,
GRE, Marketing, Microsoft Excel,
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Public Speaking
Sports/Recreation:
Soccer

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.

Actuarial Science

I am currently in the actuarial profession in the federal government. I work for the US Dept of Treasury. My day-to-day functions include develop new actuarial science theories and it is applied to real risk management data. I have a certification in actuarial science from Professional Risk Managers Association, and also a Patent Pending in actuarial science from the US Patent & Trademark Office.

Biostatistics

I have an MS in Statistics from The Wharton School, U Penn. My specialization area was biostatistics. In addition, I have worked several summer internships with the NIH (National Institutes of Health) doing work in biostatistics. I have also published two peer reviewed papers in this area.

Calculus

I got a 5 in AP Calculus AB and BC. I have been tutoring calculus regularly to high school students since 2011.

College Counseling

I am currently an interviewer for both two Ivy league universities (Alumni interview), namely Princeton University and Wharton School, U Penn. While as an undergraduate, I worked in the undergraduate admissions office at Princeton. Through my work experience (and current Alumni Interview experience), I have a distinct knowledge set about what is required for admissions at top Ivy League universities. I have assisted many high school and undergraduate students with applications, and they have been successful in their schooling pursuits.

Differential Equations

I have a Ph.D. in Operations Research, along with an MS in Statistics and a BS in Applied Mathematics. I use Differential equations regularly in standard practice, and I have published a peer-reviewed research paper on solutions of Differential Equations in the SIAM Journal of Dynamical Systems as a co-author. I am considered an expert in my Federal job in this area.

Discrete Math

Applied Math was one of my concentration areas at Princeton University during my undergraduate years. During this time, my senior thesis focus area was in discrete and finite mathematics. I published an undergraduate paper in this area, and currently use it regularly in my research work.

Econometrics

I have a Ph.D. in Operations Research, along with an MS in Statistics and a BS in Applied Mathematics. I use Econometrics regularly in standard practice, and my undergraduate and graduate dissertations had extensive usage of methodologies from Econometrics. I am considered an expert in my Federal job in this area and use it regularly in my day-to-day job.

Economics

I studied economics at both Princeton and Wharton School, U Penn. My Ph.D. research involved a problem in applied economics. I am considered a subject matter expert in my work in this field.

European History

I have gotten 5's on AP History during my high school years, including European history. I studied it at Princeton University, and it is one of my passions. I have gone to historical meetings, and regularly participate in historical debates.

Finance

I worked in the financial industry in New York city. I have also worked in financial engineering for my Ph.D. dissertation. I am considered an expert in this field in my current profession. I have tutored students in this area successfully.

Finite Math

Applied Math was one of my concentration areas at Princeton University during my undergraduate years. During this time, my senior thesis focus area was in finite mathematics. I published an undergraduate paper in this area, and currently use it regularly in my research work. I have also tutored students in the area in finite mathematics at local universities such as George Mason and GW.

Hindi

This is the national language of the country where I was born in, i.e. India. I have taken writing and reading skills in this language. This is basically my second native language.

Linear Algebra

I have a B.S. in Applied mathematics, where linear algebra was a focus on my work. In my Ph.D. dissertation, extensive use of Linear Algebra was done in my work. This has led to two peer-reviewed conference and journal papers.

Logic

Applied Math was one of my concentration areas at Princeton University during my undergraduate years. Mathematical logic courses was one of my breadth requirements. My senior topic advisor at Princeton was a mathematical logician, from whom I learned a lot. I regularly follow the literature in this field. I have also tutored students in this area in advanced high schools (Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology and Montgomery Blair High School Magnet Program).

MATLAB

I have taken MATLAB courses from MATLAB institute. I use MATLAB regularly at my work and during my Ph.D. I have spoken at research conferences about MATLAB. I have published two peer-reviewed research papers using MATLAB.

Microsoft Excel

I work with MS Excel daily in my Federal job. I have also regularly used Excel while in academia and in hedge fund industry in New York.

Physics

I have worked in many applied physics problems. In particular, I have TA'd work on Mathematical Methods for Physicists. My main forte is in the mathematical methods aspects of physics.

Political Science

One of my minor areas from Princeton University was in political science. I extensively write about political science and follow this subject closely. I have tutored (prior to joining WyzAnt), several undergraduates and high school students in this area. In both cases, students got an A in their classes.

Probability

I used probability theory and applications in my Ph.D. dissertation recently. I am considered an expert in this field at my work.

R

I have a Ph.D. in Operations Research, along with an MS in Statistics and a BS in Applied Mathematics. In my undergraduate and graduate studies, I exclusively used R for all computations. I have published three peer-reviewed conference papers which extensively use R. I use R for research work in my Federal job which is peer-reviewed by regulators and congressional staff. I am considered an expert in my Federal job in this area.

Religion

Religion and history was a minor area while I was doing my undergraduate at Princeton University. I have participated in multiple local debates on comparative religion, and have studied authentic sources for Islam, Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism. I regularly interact with my closest friends regarding Judaism, and thus am considered very knowledgeable in religion in general. I am given public lectures on comparative religion, and have taught undergraduate students in local universities about religion. I also follow the latest scholarly articles in this field, and am considered as an "expert" non-practitioner.

SAS

I have taken 9 SAS courses from SAS Institute. I use SAS regularly at my work in the US Department of Treasury. I have spoken at research conferences about SAS. I also tutor SAS for Federal Employee workshops.

Statistics

I have an MS in Statistics from The Wharton School, U Penn. I have taught undergraduate statistics courses, and have helped high school students pass AP Statistics exams (with scores of 5). I have tutored statistics to high school students, undergraduate students and MBA and Ph.D. students along with professionals in different scientific professions (psychology, computer science, etc.).

Study Skills

I have given seminars on good study habits to middle school and high school students. In addition, I have also tutored 4 high school students who were struggling with academic preparation, and have changed their grades due to successful study skills. I have personally taken psychology based courses in Princeton University on effective study skills, and this was part of my minor. I am considered an effective motivational speaker on good study skills in my community.

UNIX

I use UNIX daily in my work at the Federal government. I also used UNIX in the Ph.D. dissertation of my work. I have tutored three students in this subject, and they are now professional experts. I have also spoken in research conference about the importance of using UNIX as opposed to Windows.

Voice (Music)

I was in professional choir in high school and college years. I have trained vocally in Indian Classical music and opera. In Princeton University as an undergraduate, I was active in the opera club along with Madrigal singing. I have taken music theory classes and am considered a local singing talent in the Fairfax area.

World History

World History is one of my passions. I have aced the standardized exams (while in HS) in history subjects, and continually study it on my spare time. You will see the passion in my lesson plans and explanations.

Princeton University
Operations Research
University of Pennsylvania
Master's
George Mason University
PhD

Education

Princeton University (Operations Research)

University of Pennsylvania (Master's)

George Mason University (PhD)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $100.00

Cancellation: 1 hour notice required

Travel policy

Sabyasachi will travel within 40 miles of Fairfax Station, VA 22039.