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I took econometrics at MIT and have tutored the subject to many graduate students in the area; I'm especially familiar with the course given at BU. I specialize in rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students around the world. BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and philosophy at MIT and Harvard. My interests span the sciences and humanities. I've done labwork in molecular biology, biomedical engineering, cognitive neuroscience, and natural [more]

I took different Econometrics courses during my studies and have much Tutoring/TA experience. My reasearch area is more related to time series but I can also tutor cross section/panel data estimation. My teaching style is more prone to giving students the intuition behind all the different "black-box" regression/testing/estimation methods. I teach how to apply Econometrics/Statistics methods into real life (Economics, finance behavior, experiment problems etc). I'm currently an Economics Phd student at Boston college, and have plenty of tutoring and TA/TF experience in college. I can teach E [more]

For nearly a year, I have helped a Ph.D. student in economics master probability, statistics, modeling, and advanced methods such as kernel density estimation, multivariate analysis, principal component analysis, hierarchical clustering, and other machine learning methods. I have also helped countless MBA and BBA students with modeling, linear programming, and other topics in analytics. While my background is in physics rather than economics, I have managed to be useful for many students who seek help understanding and using analytics tools. [more]

I have been a economic consultant and statistician for nearly 20 years. For the past 6 years, I build econometric models used to determine the impact of utility sponsored energy efficiency programs throughout the US. I have prepared econometric load forecasts, time series cross-sectional models that for the basis for revenue recovery by utilities in regulatory filings. I also served as the lead statistician for a national retail firm to develop forecasting models used to drive sales, developed econometric models for the US EPA and other government agencies. Through graduate school I was a [more]

I recently received an MA in applied economics from the University of Massachusetts (GPA 3.96/4.00). I have two graduate-level econometrics classes, and regularly apply econometric techniques in my research work. I am fluent with Stata and proficient in R. I just received my MA in applied economics and am heading for a PhD. Teaching is a long-time passion, and I hope to continue working in the field as I move forward on my own academic path. Over more than a decade, I've worked with adults and high school students of all stripes. Though my background spans many tests and subject matter areas [more]

As an economics and mathematics major, I was required to take econometrics during my final year of college. In addition to learning about estimation techniques such as linear and logistic regression, I devised and conducted an independent econometric study as my capstone. My background in probability and statistics gives me additional insights into this field. Currently, I work as a consultant for a large professional services firm. Prior to consulting, I earned a Master's degree in Statistical Practice from Boston University. I earned my bachelor's degree from Simmons College in Economics an [more]

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