3 Biostatistics Tutors Found Near Aurora, CO



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Patrick M.

Biostatistics Tutor

Littleton, CO 80126

Will travel 5 miles

$72 per hour.

4.96 1531 ratings

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High Altitude, High Achievement

I have tutored many students in Statistics. Some of those students have been in the biosciences field, so by necessity I have tutored students on the application of statistics to the biosciences; that is, biostatistics. I'm a lifelong learner who enjoys sharing my passion for learning with others. I enjoy teaching and I'm patient with students. I focus on coaching students on the learning process as well as the content. I believe that every student is unique and work with each to find approaches to learning, studying and academic success that are attuned to their individuality. I attended [more]


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Elizabeth C.

Biostatistics Tutor

Golden, CO 80403

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Knowledgeable and Patient Tutor for Psych, Science, Writing, Guitar!

For my undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Biology, I had 2 years of statistics univariate statistics. In graduate school, I had two years of applied univariate and multivariate statistics, including both theoretical and applied study of statistical theory and practice. As a primary or co-author of 17+ peer reviewed published research papers, I have a solid academic and practical understanding of research methodology, including experimental design, operationalization of variables, and selection of appropriate statistical analyses for the study topic at hand. I love statistics!! <3 [more]


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Nick T.

Biostatistics Tutor

Denver, CO 80221

Will travel 30 miles

$120 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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MD-PhD Candidate in Math, Science, and Standardized Tests

I received an A+ in Biostastics at the university level. Also, I use biostatistics on 5 extra-curricular, NSF-funded research projects in the field of Biology. I am a fourth-year MD-PhD candidate with a B.S. in Cellular and Developmental Biology and two minors in Chemistry and Mathematics. My standardized test scores were always strong: SAT 1550/1600, MCAT 41/45, and GMAT 780/800. Those scores are within the 99%-tile. Why is this important? As opposed to class tests where the teacher designs a class geared towards leading you to an answer, standardized tests are designed to trick you! I did [more]