Frequently Asked Questions
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What is Club Infinity?
Club Infinity is York University’s Undergraduate math community. Our mission is to service all undergraduate math students at York, and to act as a liaison between the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the students.
Where is Club Infinity located?
We are located at the centre of the campus, in the heart of the Math Department, N537 Ross, also known as the Club Lounge, officially the Club Common Room.
What do students do in Club Infinity?
Math is definitely a cool subject! However, besides math we do many other things in the club too! Students come by the club to socialize, relax between classes, eat their lunch (we have a microwave and fridge!) and just chill out! From time to time, the Club will organize a variety of events, both social and academic.
Must I be a Math student to join?
Though most of our members are math majors of some kind, you do not have to be in math to be apart of Club Infinity. In fact, several of our members are in a variety of different majors, ranging from English to Biology to Psychology — and also really like math!
When is the Club Lounge open?
The Club Lounge is generally open during the mornings and afternoons, Monday to Friday. Our schedule is posted outside the room. Over the summer, our hours are a bit more varied, as we are not in the Club Lounge everyday.
Is the Club Lounge open to all members?
Yes, most definitely! There are tables, couches, and a computer for your use. A microwave and fridge are available for your convenience, as well as a space to study. The room is a hotspot during the lunch hour for our members!
Do I have to pay a membership fee to join?
No, membership is free!
Does Club Infinity sell past/old final papers for math courses?
Please check our Past Exams page.
Is Club Infinity a tutoring centre for math students?
No. The Math/Stat Lab (S525 Ross) is the tutoring centre for math students. Student Ombuds Service (SOS) at Bethune College provides study sessions for math and science students. While members within Club Infinity may be able to help you with your coursework, officially we are not a tutorial centre. However, it is often the case that many members are in the same class, and will study together in the club lounge.
Are there members within the Club who do private tutoring?
There may be members who will do private tutoring, for certain courses. For more information, please drop by the Club Lounge. In addition, the Math Department has a list of private tutors, Bethune College has their registry, and the Counselling & Disability Services has their Study Hub. The maintainers of these lists are not affiliated with these tutors. Do not solely expect these services will provide you a decent grade.
Tentative Department of Mathematics and Statistics Tutor List
We, nor the math department, are not responsible for disputes between the tutor and the tutee, and are not affiliated with the tutors. They are not responsible for an unsatisfactory grade in your courses.
Tutors, please include your full name, and contact information, courses you are able to assist in, and specialties.We, nor the math department, are not responsible for disputes between the tutor and the tutee, and are not affiliated with the tutors. Any additions or corrections can be made to Patrick (chunlun_at_my_yorku_ca). Tutors, please include your full name, and contact information, and specialties.
|Bella Shi||1 (647) firstname.lastname@example.org||
Over 5 years experience tutoring in subjects including : Math grade 9 to 12, Math Contest and SAT Math, York courses: Kine 3030, PHYS 1410, STAT 2021, MATH 1581,1550, Linear Algebra MATH 1021,2022 Probability MATH 2030
I am patient, approachable, and very good at explaining the material in various ways. I am committed to increasing the level of understaning and raising marks.
Reasonable rate $30/hr, please call: 647-405-2492 or email: email@example.com
|Cartland Chiu||1 (416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
First year & Second year university statistics and calculus. High school math. 10+ years tutoring experience. Master of Science in Mathematics.
|Christopher Fumo||(416) email@example.com||
I have graduated from York University with an honours degree in Mathematics for commerce (Actuarial Stream). I have completed several math and statistics courses, as well as economics, accounting, corporate finance, and financial mathematics. I can help in most first and second year calculus, algebra, economics, accounting and corporate finance courses as well any Financial Mathematics type courses. I also have passed course one and two of the society of actuary’s exams as well as the Canadian securities course and can help with tutoring in those areas. York University courses I am most familiar with include Math 1300.03, Math 1310.03, Math 2280.03, Math 3280.03, math 1131.03, math 2030.03 and math 4280.03.
|Di Curzio, Maurizio||1 (416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
First year university statistics, calculus, and related courses. I have three years successful experience and have a BSc in Statistics. $29/hr
|Emanoil Theodorescu||1 (647) email@example.com||
Over 20 years of teaching experience in Math 1013,1014, 1021, 1025, 1300, 1310, 1505, 1510, 1520, 1530,1710, 2001, 2015, 2022, 2030, 2222, 2270, 2271, 3001, 3010, 3020, 3110, 3410, 4010, 4020, 5410 6120 in French or English.Location: York U or Glendon Campus, email or internet, mornings or afternoons.Rates: Negotiable
|Fang, Chang||(647) firstname.lastname@example.org||
Proficient and experienced in Statistics, also experienced in tutoring high school Math.
|Farhad Lajewardi||(416) email@example.com||
Qualification and List of subjects:Master Degree in EngineeringGeneral courses: Math, Calculus, Differential Equations, Physics, ChemistryEngineering courses: Static, Dynamics, Mechanics of material, Vibration analysis, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics
|Franklin Yuan||(416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
PhD in Statistics, experience with all university level stats courses, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Geometry, Measure theory and Financial Engineering,.
|GUO, Chris||1 (416) email@example.com||
PhD in Applied Mathematics with many years experience in tutoring Calculus, Linear Algebra, ODE, PDE, Financial Engineering, Numerical Methods, Numerical Analysis
|Jiawei Li||1 (416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
Offer private tutorials in most of math courses( e.g. calculus, linear algebra, numerical methods, PDE, Math for finance and economics and etc)
|Krishna, Ruban||(416) email@example.com||
Most of the math courses for 1 or 2 Year University Students. Specialties in Pre-calculus, Calculus and Linear Algebra
|Li Li||(416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
BSc in pure math, Master in Quantitative Finance, experienced with all levels of high school math,
university level analysis ( calculus, real analysis), number theory, Algebra (linear Algebra, group theory)
|Michkine, Valery||(416) email@example.com||
(905) 897-8809; firstname.lastname@example.org
Valery is an experienced mathematician who has taught for thirty years at various universities in Russia. He speaks very good English and is the author of the student manual for Math 1300 and 1310. Tutor for Math courses only. Not Statistics.
|Navjot Thind||1 (416) email@example.com||
Qualification: BSc. Applied Mathematics, BEd. Intermediate/Senior, and MA. in Mathematics and StatisticsFirst Year Mathematics Courses, Calculus, Linear Algebra, etc.
|Ronald Cowen||1 (416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
Specialties - First year University statistics, calculus, and physics, 30 years teaching experience, $25/hr 416-274-7051
|Rosu, Mihai||1 (416) email@example.com||
All high school maths, preferred MCR3U, MHF4U,MCV4U, APCalAB, IB math courses.MATH 1000 , 1013, 1014, 1021, 1190, 1200, 1300, 1310, 1505, 1510, 1513, 1515 , 1520, 1530, 1540, 1550, 1710, 1930, 2001.York U at Scott or Steacie, my Home or your Home. Extensive years of experience. Author of math textbooks.
|Sorokin, Yegor||1 (416) firstname.lastname@example.org||
Specialties and other details:
|Spigel Tutoring Center||(647) email@example.com||
MATH 1013, 1014, 1021, 1025, 1131, 1190, 1300, 1310, 1510, 1520, 1550, 1610, 1620, 1670, 1710, 1930, 1940, 2022, 2015, 2030, 2131, 2221, 2222, 2270, 2560, 2570, 2590, 2650, 2660, 2670, 3010, 3110, 3131, 3241, 3242, 3320, 3400, 5420, 6300, 6340, 6911. Is also willing to do group sessions.
|Zack Wolske||1 (647) firstname.lastname@example.org||
First year Math, Statistics courses. Also second year Math class. My rate is $30 per hour.
I want to join Club Infinity! What must I do?
Great! Simply drop by the club lounge, and indicate you’d like to join the club. If a member of the executive is present, they can give you the details. Also, you can send an email to us at club_infinity (at) msn.com with your name, major and student number to be added on our members list. Additionally, check out other ways to stay up-to-date at the Contact Us page.
Help! I have a question about my program (e.g., what course(s) to take or what order to take them in). Can people in Club Infinity help me?
You are encouraged to drop by and ask questions about your program, and we will certainly try to help you as best we can! There are many upper-year students in the Club, and chances are that they probably once had the same questions as you do now.
However, while we can provide a student’s perspective on things, do remember that we are not experts on advising. If we are unable to answer your questions, we can refer you to the Undergraduate Office, down the hall in N502 Ross or the Math Administrative Office N520 Ross.
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