Anomitra B.

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I have a graduate degree in Economic Policy & Finance from Cornell. I have worked as a Research Assistant at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. My previous studies are in mechanical engineering and management at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi.

I come from a small town though I have traveled quite a bit. I take interest in moral and political philosophy. I enjoy both the city and country life and like taking long walks soaking in the atmosphere.

I have been tutoring undergraduates for almost 5 years. I have tutored more than 20 Cornell & Columbia undergraduates and master degree students econometrics, economics, statistics, calculus and mathematics and helped them improve their grades. I also have experience tutoring high school students mathematics and physics for 5 years. References are available on request.

I enjoy teaching and can teach most under graduate economics and statistics subjects. I also like teaching school students.

I think learning is fun and one learns the best when one is enjoying it. I like to treat my students as my friends so that there is no inhibition when one is seeking to clear ones doubts.

I will be tutoring online. So you can access me from the comfort of your home. Unfortunately, I will not be able to tutor in person.

Hours are flexible and we can set up a mutually convenient time to meet online or lessons can be set up on demand.

I can help with assignments and homework which include detailed explanations to strengthen your concept (I welcome feedback and questions so that I am sure you have understood the concept). I also provide help to quickly brush up your concepts before exams.

Location NYC
Subjects ACT Math, PreĀ­Calculus, Algebra, Calculus, SAT Math, PreĀ­Algebra, Statistics, Discrete Math, Trigonometry, Probability, Geometry, Econometrics, GRE, GMAT, Economics, Marketing, Accounting, Physics, Finance, Differential Equations, Elementary Math, Elementary Science
Cornell University M.S. Economics

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