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Dr Don

Over 12 Years' Experience as a Full-time Tutor, PhD in Philosophy of Maths

Dr Don
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( 3,030 Hours )
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About Dr Don
  • Attended:
  • University of Cambridge
  • University College London (University of London)

I am a full-time economics, mathematics, philosophy and psychology tutor, a Cambridge and UCL graduate, and an academic researcher. As well as two Master's degrees, I also hold a PhD in the philosophy of maths, which focused on probabilistic arguments, and I am presently writing a second PhD on economics and psychology, which looks at well-being in the context of deliberation.

I am an experienced, reliable, and punctual tutor that delivers a personalised service, catering to the individual needs of my students in an engaging way. I am looking to build new relationships with students for online tuition via Zoom and Bitpaper. I can help with exam preparation as well as provide support for essays and dissertations.

Dr Franz

Former Lecturer and Highly Experienced Tutor Specialising in Statistics, Mathematics and Actuarial Science.

Dr Franz
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( 50 Hours )
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About Dr Franz
  • Attended:
  • University of Oxford

I'm currently working as a consultant in New York City, working at the intersection of management consulting and data science. Prior to this, I obtained a PhD in Mathematics/Statistics from the University of Oxford. I combine a broad range of experience that enables me to teach both a theoretical as well as an applied content to students. Having taught at various Oxford departments and colleges, I am familiar with the whole mathematics and statistics curriculum for undergraduate students, and gained knowledge on the effectiveness of a variety of teaching methods. As part of my work, I apply modern statistical methods and artificial intelligence, combining mathematical expertise with a business angle. Part of my role is explaining these models to client users, often to a non-technical audience.