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(7) Private Logic Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Alpharetta

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Gary

I'm your friendly neighborhood mad scientist.

I have 15+ years of relevant professional experience as a teacher and as an engineering/research professional. My experience includes international teaching & tutoring in Bermuda, Trinidad, Kenya, Barbados, and Korea. I love to learn, and I love to teach. My Education: I have a solid education in mathematics and the Earth and Space Sciences. I acquired a Bachelor of Science in Space Studies from American Military University in Charleston, West Virginia, where my professors included distin... Read more


Kassim

Mathematics Teacher for over 8 years

I have worked in the school community for over five years and I have worked in all avenues of education. I have successfully completed my math content GACE exams, which make a highly qualified teacher for 6-12 grade mathematics. I have taught all levels of mathematics, starting from the elementary level all the way to the college.I have successfully assisted in curriculum development and professional development among my colleagues. In my work as a math teacher teacher, my students increase... Read more


Chelsea

Math is cool, I use it everyday!

My name is Chelsea and I am returning to Altanta from the Anniston, AL area. With my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Wesleyan College and brief experience as a high school math teacher, I am confident that I can help with all of your math needs. Looking forward to becoming your tutor!... Read more


Brock

Effective Tutor Specializing in LSAT Prep and Writing

Hello, LSAT takers. I'm Brock. A little about me: I work for Alston & Bird, one of the largest corporate law firms in Atlanta, where I work with the litigation and trial practice group. When I'm not at Alston & Bird, I enjoy helping students reach their full potential on the LSAT. I scored a 173 on the LSAT. It is a tough test, but anyone can learn how to beat it. With the right strategies and practice, you can crush the LSAT just like I did. Over the years I have developed a comprehensive... Read more

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Daniel

Professional Math Tutor and Statistical Consultant

I passed exam p with a grade of 8 on the first attempt. This is the first test actuaries take to become actuaries. Also, I have attended seminars on the latest topics on actuarial science. Lastly, I have an actuarial internship and I took a course on how to use Excel, Access, VBA, and SQL in an actuarial context. I have a bachelor's in Math Education and this year I will graduate with a Master's in Applied Statistics from Penn State. Read more


Telisha

Changing Attitudes from I can't to I can

Science was my second favorite subject in school overall. I enjoyed learning about atoms and molecules, the functions of the human body such as the digestive, respiratory, circulatory, and skeletal systems. Science is also a cool way to explain the forces of nature and their causes. Read more


Tom

Tom - College Math Instructor and SAT/ACT Book Author

In laymen's terms, logic is the process by which one arrives at a conclusion given certain facts or observations. Used in Philosophy and Mathematics, logic tends to rely on given facts and hopefully result in accurate conclusions. However, in life, very little is absolute. Inferences must be made based on observation and experience. Conclusions tend to be judged as successful/unsuccessful rather than as accurate. Successful conclusions are achieved through the accurate interpretation of these inferences. I have a background in both disciplines. I have a Master's Degree in Management Informati Read more


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