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Are you struggling in a middle school, high school, or college math class?  Are you worried about the ACT, SAT, or GRE math section?  Or are you looking for something more specialized, like statistics help for your PhD thesis or a complete curriculum to learn a math class on your own?  Have you tried tutoring in the past with little or no results?  Or are you already good at math and looking to take it to the next level and excel in math competitions?  If you said "yes" to any of these questions, then you've come to the right place!

Whatever your mathematical needs and whatever your time constraints, Randall (my partner tutor) and I (Igor) will be able to provide you with the very best private math instruction available in St. Louis.

My (Igor's) qualifications: 

-Bachelor's and Master's degrees with honors in Theoretical Mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis.

-Nine years of cumulative tutoring and teaching experience (with over 1000 students served!) at all levels.  I have been making a living tutoring math professionally for the last seven years.

-Helped to develop unique math education software for as well as for  Currently developing my own highly individualized math education software, which will soon be an excellent free supplement available to all of my students.

-Four mathematical research publications.

-History of high performance in math competitions, including the top performance of all Nebraska high school students in 2002-2003.  See my math competitions section.

-800 SAT Math, 800 SAT II Math IIC, 800 SAT II Physics, 5 AP Calculus BC.

-See my resume!

-And best of all, I can translate my  experience and success in math into RESULTS for you!  How?  See my teaching philosophy!

About Randall:

Randall holds a B.S. in Applied Mathematics from Washington University and an M.S. in Mathematical Modeling from California State University, Humboldt.  He has extensive one-on-one tutoring experience in math, statistics, and physics and has spent 16 years teaching math and statistics classes at several universities and community colleges, including statistics classes at Washington University.  If you need specialized help with statistics beyond just the introductory-level stats class, he's your man!  Of course, he's awesome with everything else too.  See Randall's Page.