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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]

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 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]

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]

As an Econ major at BYU, I am familiar with the subject of econometrics, and all its intricacies. Armed with several online textbooks, I can help you puzzle out the models by which we understand the business cycle and society. I can make the topic not only clear and understandable, but also interesting, and even fun (don't make that face.) Hello, students (and parents)! My name is Alex, and I want you ... to understand school! You deserve to get the most out of your education, and I'm here to help you do that. I've worked as a tutor at WyzAnt for almost 7 years now, and I've found that I rea [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]

In addition to taking 2 econometrics courses as an undergraduate student at Oberlin College, I have taken graduate-level statistics for economists and the first graduate econometrics course at BU. I plan on continuing to take econometrics courses over the next couple of years. I am a 4th-year economics PhD candidate at Boston University. Prior to moving to Boston, I spent 5 years at Oberlin College and Conservatory, where I earned a double-degree in economics in the college and jazz guitar in the conservatory. Toward the end of my time at Oberlin, I found myself drawn toward research, and subs [more]

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At Dartmouth I received an A in Econometrics (median B) as well as several other applied Econometrics courses. I also completed an extensive Econometrics research paper that I received a citation for: "If [name] were a straight economics major, she would be graduating with High Honors on the basis of her original research paper in economics 44. She demonstrated incredible clarity of thought, independence, persistence, comfort with economic logic, and an intuitive understanding of how to frame and work through empirical research problems." [more]

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