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Statistics graduate offering maths, English, history, etc. tutoring in London from California

I graduated from UC Berkeley and moved to London 3 years ago. I love math and love education but think one on one tutoring or small group learning can really help children learn in school and excel. I love math and have enjoyed it my whole life- but have always done well in other subjects as well. My mother is an English and history teacher so I have been blessed with her teaching genes as well.

I teach maths, algebra, trigonometry, geometry, arithmetic, statistics. For the level(s)primary, secondary, GCSE, as level, a level, BTEC, adult education, undergraduate, diploma.
I give lessons in person, at my home or the student's home.
I give lessons by Webcam.

Cerys's Experience

I have worked as a research assistant and communications manager at Imperial College for the past three years after graduating from university. I have experience tutoring children of all ages- as I started tutoring when I was 13 but haven't done any tutoring in London as I didn't have the same networks I had back in California. I helped in maths, english, history and more.

Cerys's CV

Objective: Utilize and solidify the skills and tools acquired both at university and during my roles as a research assistant and communications manager in order to venture into business and financial sectors.
Past Employment
AJG Direct: Independent Sales Advisor Sept 2017-Oct 2017
• Set up small charity stands in different shopping centres or high streets throughout London
• Signed individuals up for monthly donations to NDCS, the National Deaf Children’s Society
• Learned how to train other ISA for leadership at the company
ICL (Data Science Institute): Communications Manager Aug 2016 to Sept 2017
• Started a monthly newsletter highlighting the events, data science news and institute news to DSI staff, students, partners, and affiliates
• Helps publicize DSI events [lectures, seminars, lab launch events and workshops] on social media platforms and website in a timely manner
• Reports on recent data science research and institute news for publishing on the Imperial College website
• Helps organize, attend and publicise DSI events
• Runs the DSI Twitter feed
• Revamped the old DSI website and made it more appealing to a wider audience and accurately presents our institute’s mission and depth of our research
Imperial College London (Data Science Institute): Research Assistant Oct 2014 to Aug 2016
• Wrote and implemented code for generating a hypothesis given a data set-results showing what areas are the most statistically significant and what direction to focus further research to
• Curated different types of medical data: clinical and gene expression, for uploading onto an analytical engine
• Uploaded curated data on servers for analysis
• Helped organized an international brain informatics conference (BIH 2015)
• Worked on multiple projects, concerning different data sets, managing deadlines and learning about the ins and outs of research
Cookies Rule Everything Around Me: Shift Manager Oct. 2012 to 2014
● Promoted to Shift Manager within one month of employment
● In charge of operating the store and managing the workers
● Responsible for the register and counting money prior to closing
● Independently performed off site catering jobs
Education
University of California Berkeley: B.A. Statistics (Minor: Ethnic Studies) 2010-2014
Notable Courses, Projects and Skills Acquired
● Computing Data
○ Organized databases of different structures and used them for statistical learning, analysis and visualization using code in R language
○ Visually presented on the weather of Los Angeles using online daily high and low temperatures, juxtaposed with all-time highs and lows
○ Simulated the continuous time Markov process of birth and death rates
○ Data mashed US presidential election results of 2004 to create predictors, predict 2012 election results and present them carto-geographically
● Concepts of Probability
○ Introduced to probability distributions: normal, Bernoulli, geometric, poisson, joint, binomial, and multinomial
○ Distinguished the difference between absolute, uniform, exponential, gamma and conditional densities
○ Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem
● Concepts of Statistics
○ Statistical theory and methodology focusing on optimization, maximum likelihood estimation, and least squares estimation
○ Lab assignments with applications to engineering and science using goodness of fit tests, analysis of variance and the bootstrap method
● Design of Experiments
○ Experiments of different designs: factorial, block, Latin square, and repeated measure; with a heavy emphasis on randomization
○ Planned, conducted and analysed a Latin Square designed experiment on the effect lyrical, non-lyrical music, no music and “white noise” has on typing speed
○ Completed, both by hand and through R, one way and two way ANOVA analysis
● Sampling Surveys
○ Sampling methods and the study of sampling from finite populations: simple random, stratified, cluster, and double sampling
○ Effects of adjustments due to unequal sample sizes and unequal probabilities
○ Estimated error for complex samples and different properties of estimators: ratio, regression and difference
○ Using a survey from the Criminal Justice Archive, determined the survey design used, deciphered the difference between the raw and public release data, dealt with nonresponse, then analysed the criminalization rate by race and gender by the type of crime reported and presented the results in plots and tables
● Economic Demography
○ Consequences of international population change due to economic and social causes: impact of immigration on taxpayers, the growing burden of pension as the population grows and how the environment is effected
○ Gathered and analysed open source fertility data, critically comparing those of the developed countries to 3rd world countries and identifying a relationship
● Haas School of Business: Introduction to Corporate Finance
○ Basics on cash flows, cash management, risk characteristics of assets and the principles to measuring and pricing risks
○ Introduced to capital markets, capital budgeting and financial structures
● Haas School of Business: Introduction to Business
○ Modern business practices: financial issues, how to manage employees and people, product pricing, and marketing and distribution issues
○ Role and governance of business in a market economy

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