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I graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a Bachelor's of Science double major in Mathematics and Economics. At Puget Sound, I was a math department tutor specializing in all college math courses, including statistics and econometrics. I also spent a year in an Economics Ph.D. program at the University of Oregon where I was an instructor for Friday classes for both Micro and Macroeconomics. I have completed statistics research as part of an REU program at Ohio Wesleyan University. Tutoring largely started out as a hobby for me. I enjoyed helping my fellow classmates learn material an [more]

I excelled in my applied statistics and econometrics courses during my bachelors at UC Davis. I particularly enjoyed econometrics and working with R to create models using large sets of economic data. I still have my text and course materials in order to refresh my knowledge and help students with this subject. Graduated in Man Econ - the major required an average of 3.0 in econometrics, statistics, and calculus. Hello, I'm an accountant and currently pursuing my CPA License. I was a TA for a Tax intensive course and have tutored students in various subjects including: general math, geometry, [more]

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I took econometrics (ECON-141) last year as one of my elective economics courses and received an "A." I use the tools that I learned from statistics and applied them to economic theory and its applications. I tutored students who are majoring in economics mostly on math and statistics. I worked in small groups and present students with the concepts they learned in their economics class. I am currently working on my BA in Economics with a double minor in Mathematics and Statistics. I have my AA in Mathematics from Merced College. In 2015, I graduated from California State University, Sacra [more]

I graduated from Cal State University, Sacramento with an economics degree in 2013. As part of earning my degree, I successfully completed data analysis and econometrics in the curriculum. Also, as the VP of The Student Economics Association, I regularly helped students with various economic topics, including econometrics. I earned the Adam Smith Award for the Most Outstanding paper in 2013 for my research on "Econometric Analysis of The Patient Participation Rate." I seek to teach an intuitive understanding of the statistic principles, which allow the student to better grasp the dynamics [more]

I have tutored econometrics/statistics for 10 years now to over 150 students from middle school through graduate school including over 8 years on WyzAnt. I have also taken over 4 years of advanced level math courses (including a year of econometrics) at the University of California, San Diego (ranked #3 in the nation in economics) and received a Bachelors in Quantitative Economics with a GPA of 3.9 I try to assist my students in econometrics using a step-by-step approach in understanding the concepts behind each problem. I am very passionate about econometrics, and helping students build a [more]

In recent years I received grades of A, B+, and A in the three quarters of required econometrics courses in the UCSC Economics PhD program. Years earlier I received passing grades in three PhD-level econometrics courses at UC Berkeley which were much more rigorous than those at UCSC. In the spring of 2013 I was a teaching assistant for the Econ 113 Introduction to Econometrics course at UCSC. I have extensive experience as a tutor and teacher. I prefer tutoring because I find that it works better for focusing on the needs of the student. Nevertheless, I recently worked as a secondary school te [more]

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