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Will travel 15 miles

$57 per hour.

4.96 1441 ratings

I have taught/tutored for 7 years. I was both a student and graduate assistant at CSULB where I attained a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Statistics. I have experience tutoring in all mathematics subjects up to and including graduate-level material. I have a massive amount of experience in tutoring almost all of the subjects that I'm qualified to teach or tutor. Thus, it is very difficult to find another tutor who has as much experience in tutoring algebra, geometry, trigonometry, proba... [more]

I have taken over 30 upper division credits in statistics and 3 of those were in upper division biostatistics and 3 were in the Graduate level of Biostatistics. I have tutored students successfully in biostatistics before. I am sure I can continue. Hi, my name is Fred. I have taught and tutored math in both high school and Grossmont College for over 15 years. I am certified to teach all levels of math in high school and have a Master's in Statistics/Biostatistics at SDSU. I truly enjoy teaching and tutoring students in math and statistics and I believe my student ratings reflect that. My [more]

I have years of experience in practical work in biostatistics and general education in statistics and probability. I have successfully taught and tutored these subjects many times. My basic research at the University of Washington in the Department of Quantitative Sciences was for related to biostatistics subjects. Hi, my name is Dr. Gene. I am a former University Professor and College Instructor with many years of experience in teaching and private tutoring of Math and Physics to high school and college students. Over the years I have taught different engineering and scientific disciplines ac [more]

My BS is in statistics/probability from UCSB (1995). I took 13 classes as part of that degree. I took biostatistics as a grad student at SDSU in 1996. My Ph.D. is in engineering (systems) from UCSD (1992). From 2000-2008 I was editor-in-chief of the biology journal BioSystems (Elsevier). I have tutored students in biostats at SDSU through Grade Potential during the past 4 years. Hi there. I have to admit even the summary of my resume won't fit in the two paragraphs that Wyzant is allowing. :-) So here's a very abbreviated verison. I received the Ph.D. in engineering from UCSD in 1992 and a B.S [more]

I performed biostatistics during my research at Northwestern University where I conducted studies on cancer cells. I performed biostatistics for cell culture as well as cell motility analysis along with the in-situ simulation of cellular activity. I have teaching record of 5.0 for Chemistry and calculus AP scores. I am currently working as a developer for a software company and was a lecturer at California State University. I have obtained my teaching knowledge during my Ph.D as well as my postdocs where I worked with famous scientists in high ranked Chemical Engineering/Chemistry schools such [more]

As part of my undergraduate coursework I took advance statistics with calculus. As part of my medical education, I took a course specifically dedicated to biostatistics. Currently, in my research endeavors, I use biostatistics frequently. I thoroughly enjoy the didactic process. With more than 4 years of tutoring at the individual and group level, I possess ample experience with different learning styles and have accumulated diverse didactic techniques to help achieve maximum retention. I have experience with most science and math topics, particularly with biology, general/organic chemistry an [more]

I completed five graduate level statistics classes at Duke University at part of my Ph.D. program in Genetics. These included probability and statistics, linear models, analysis of variance, multivariate statistics, and stochastic modeling. I taught Biostatistics and Experimental Design at St. Mary's College of California (three semesters), and Biostatistics at UC Berkeley extension for three terms. I use extensive statistical analysis at part of my research in the area of ecological and population genetics, with field and greenhouse experiments requiring statistical analysis. [more]

I have a Graduate Degree in Engineering, and as a part of my program I have taken several advanced Statistics courses. The concepts are just not relevant to Engineering but can be applied to many different areas of Science, Business, Arts and Humanities. Additionally, I have also tutored many students from UCSD Extension,National University and SDSU in Bio-Statistics. I can help the student understand the concepts of stats in general and how it is applicable to subjects such Biology, Nursing, Medicine and Psychology. [more]

I have taken three courses in statistics up recently in my college career, with an emphasis in biology. Having received two A+ and one A in these courses I feel as though I have built a strong understanding in the application of different statistical models ranging from the simple Z-test up until ANOVA. Furthermore, I believe in not only being able to calculate the necessary statistics, but also understanding why each calculation is made. In the past I have taught students by really emphasizing the visualization of distributions for each model we used. This will allow students to understand ho [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I perform biostatistical analyses for experiments in the laboratory as part of PhD. I have extensive experience in using PRISM software (a licensed biostatistical program suite). I have also completed a graduate course in biostatistics for which I received an A. I am a UCSD biology/biochemistry graduate where I graduated with a 4.0 GPA. I have extensive experience in tutoring mathematics and science at the high school and college level (8 years+). While I have primarily focused on teaching science and math, I also have some experience tutoring in writing and English. I have always enjoy [more]

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