I currently work as a data scientist, and I graduated from the University of Southern California with a double degree in Mathematics and Economics, as well as studying abroad in London at The London School of Economics. I have spent the past several years as a researcher, using statistical programming to explore urban and environmental areas of interest.
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At university, I was president of a club where I gave weekly presentations on statistics and methods of doing research. I also individually helped club members with topics they struggled with and direction for their own research projects. In addition to that, I have tutored from 4th grade students to PhD students, so I have experience with many age groups.
I greatly enjoy taking the time to learn how to understand the best way a student understands the material and helping them in the way that best works for them. Math is often stigmatized as "you either get it, or you don't", but I've had success explaining that it just takes a little time to shore up a math foundation and think of things in the right way, leading to more self-esteem and confidence in the classroom.
I have taken both applied and proof-based versions of Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Statistics, Algebra, and Economics. I have daily used most of these subjects in my job as a statistical researcher, and I would love to help any student better understand math and perform better in their classes.
I accept cash, PayPal, and Venmo only, and packages/discounts are available for several sessions, longer sessions, or online sessions.