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Will travel 20 miles

$69 per hour.

4.96 761 ratings

As part of my training in statistics and biostatistics, I have taken probability courses ranging from the very basic to measure-theoretic probability courses. Relevant background includes a PhD in Biostatistics, an MSc in Statistics, extensive experience as a teaching assistant for statistics and biostatistics classes, and research experience as a biostatistician. Here at Wyzant, I have assisted graduate students with their statistics (biostatistics) classes and projects, PhD students with the statistics aspects of their dissertation research, and researchers with their projects. Courses tha [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

I've taken a full semester of undergraduate probability using a graduate-level textbook (Sheldon Ross's "A First Course in Probability"). I've also done several independent programming projects and problems involving probability. Introduction. My name is Nick. I have a B.S. in Math and Physics from Case Western Reserve University and an M.S. in Applied Math from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. I've been tutoring math on and off for 15 years, and I have about 6 years of experience teaching math as an instructor or teaching assistant at the college level. I've taught everything from remedi [more]

I strive to provide tutoring with a patient, courteous and professional demeanor. I encourage students to develop their knowledge and to take a step back and look at how much they have already learned. I would say working with students who transform in the course of a few short weeks from feeling intimidated and helpless to empowered and capable has been the most rewarding aspect of this job -- my favorite activity. As an inquisitive, creative person and a lifelong learner, another favorite... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$51 per hour.

4.84 50 ratings

I am a Civil Engineering graduate student and research assistant at Carnegie Mellon University. I have years of experience, both as a tutor and as a teaching assistant, helping undergraduates with their homework and understanding their lectures. I've also guest lectured for professors. All of these experiences have helped me understand that I have a passion for teaching and tutoring.... [more]

I've been tutoring in math off-and-on for about 14 years. I started in high school, tutoring my peers in a variety of HS math subjects -- geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. In college, I continued to tutor in math, but did so for the typical college math courses -- algebra, discrete math, and calculus. I built a reputation as an easygoing but effective tutor, and never had trouble finding pupils. After college, I took a break from tutoring in math, and tutored in English (as a ... [more]

I am Yifan. I just finished my freshman year as an undergraduate at New York University's College of Arts and Science studying Computer Science and Math. Recently I have just transferred into Carnegie-Mellon University's School of Computer Science, and will start at CMU as a sophomore late August 2018. At NYU, math classes are enjoyable and challenging. The professors value discussions and do not simply instruct to their students. This has a big impact on how I approach tutoring. I aim at mak... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.66 47 ratings

Teaching is my passion and I especially enjoy tutoring in basic Math, Geometry, and Algebra I & II. I also enjoy teaching Reading and Language Arts. I am experienced in working with children, youth, and adults as well as students who have special needs (including gifted and learning disabilities). I make an effort & spend as much of my own time necessary to come prepared with a plan that will maximize the student's educational needs and goals. I am also very flexible and friendly and I try... [more]

My current graduate study is in probabilistic modeling of human languages. I hold a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics, Computer Engineering and Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and have three years of experience tutoring college mathematics courses including probability. Hello, I'm Keith! I'm a graduate student at the Carnegie Mellon University Language Technologies Institute. I have over five years' combined tutoring experience including three years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a drop-in tutor for college math courses through multivariable calculus, and [more]

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