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I have taken Foundations of Econometrics (2110), Intro to Applied Econometrics (2120), Financial Econometrics (2146), Time Series Analysis (2142), and other PhD level courses in econometrics at Harvard. I have also published original research making heavy use of statistical methods. Economics - Finance - Statistics I am a PhD student at Harvard studying financial economics/finance. Prior to my PhD, I was a portfolio manager at a quantitative hedge fund focusing on options trading. I received my undergraduate degree from MIT in mathematics with minors in economics and management. I have deep e [more]

Econometrics was a major component of the Economics major at Williams College. I have experience with linear and multiple regression, Tobit and Probit models, as well as applying econometric principles to real-world analysis. While I do not have access to costly statistics programs (SPSS, Stata, etc.), I have used them in the past and retain my familiarity with their function. *** UNTIL NOVEMBER I CAN ONLY ACCOMMODATE 1 EXTRA STUDENT WHO MUST BE ABLE TO MEET DURING SCHOOL HOURS *** Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and d [more]

I tutor undergraduate and graduate students in advanced economics from Columbia University, Columbia Business School and NYU. I also tutor econometrics, most of the quantitative MBA courses including financial economics, accounting, statistics and corporate finance. Holding First Class Honours Degrees in Mathematical Sciences and Psychology from Newcastle University, and an MSc. in Applied Statistics from Cambridge University, England, I became a full-time Private Mathematics Coach over ten years ago, tutoring students to undergraduate and postgraduate level. I have worked internationally wi [more]

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I am currently a finance major at Pace University and a statistics tutor at Pace University's Tutoring Center. I have taken classes that include Econometrics (ECO 385), Quantitative analysis and Forecasting, Data Analysis in finance and Statistics math classes. I currently hold a part time job as a Statistics tutor at Pace University. I am a junior majoring in Finance and Economics. I believe I am a very patient tutor. I have a seven year old sister who I tutor on a daily basis. Not only have her math grades improved, but she has also learned to love the subject. I think kids feel they dislike [more]

I have experience tutoring students in econometrics topics such as probability, Central Limit Theorem, regression, inference, heteroscedasticity, panel data, instrumental variables, and Maximum Likelihood. I am comfortable explaining abstract mathematical concepts in simple and clear ways and can help with problem sets requiring Econometrics techniques. I grew up in Manhattan and went to P.S. 6 for elementary school and the Brearley School for middle and high school. I graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in Mathematics in 2013, and then worked at Morgan Stanley as a mortgage-backed securitie [more]

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I've been tutoring econometrics since I started graduate school 3 years ago. My PhD in economics, and thorough background in econometrics (I've taken 5 econometrics courses in both grad and undergrad level) qualifies me to tutor in this subject. I also have done extensive research on bayesian econometrics and advanced statistical methods. I am a Phd student in economics with emphasis on quantitative methods. Because of that I have great qualifications for tutoring math , statistics, econometrics and other topics related to quantitative aspects in economics (micro, macro and so on). Due to my s [more]

I have background in econometrics at the college level, taking multiple higher level courses in mathematics, statistics, and econometrics while at Stanford. I have also tutored peers and friends in these subjects to equip them with the skill sets needed to succeed in class and beyond. I'm an engineer, teacher, and recent Stanford graduate. I grew up as the only sister with four brothers in a big family in Tennessee, and I graduated Stanford University with a degree in Economics and focus on Computer Science. After graduation, I moved to New York to work as a software engineer for J.P. Morgan [more]

I was an economics undergraduate major and had 4 courses directly related to econometrics. Additionally in graduate school I developed a focus on quantitative methods and modeling which use econometrics techniques. Econometrics also involves Math, Stats and computer familiarity, which i also have substantial background in. I help develop self confidence and test-taking skills. My tutoring approach is based on working with a student to determine his or her strengths and then figuring out how to build upon that student's confidence with the subject matter. I think utilizing analogies can b [more]

1) I have a master of statistics degree and an MBA degree from UCLA. Therefore, I have the formal education in econometrics. 2) I have taught and tutored many students during the past one year on using statistical method to analyze economics and financial data. This is valid econometrics work experience. 3) I have done econometrics research and my graduate thesis research contains most econometrics components using the software of Stata. My thesis is public ally searchable as evidence. I teach statistics courses. I also teach and help with data analysis. For all the work that I agree to [more]

I've taken graduate level courses in econometrics and did well in them. I've extensively used different econometric techniques and tools throughout my academic career for research. I was a research assistant to a professor and part of my work required understanding of econometrics for the projects we worked on. I've tutored undergraduate econometrics and help students pass the course. I started tutoring while an undergraduate and have continued tutoring for the past 7 years. My students are a diverse bunch from varying backgrounds and with different academic strengths. Whether it is a gif [more]

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