6 SPSS Tutors Found Near Frisco, TX



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Mica W.

SPSS Tutor

Dallas, TX 75205

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.87 885 ratings

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Top-Ranked Statistics & SPSS Tutor

SPSS is installed on my personal laptop and I have 15+ years experience using it. I have helped many students execute and complete both their analysis and subsequent written assignment. Hello! My name is Mica and I am an Advanced Statistics Tutor and Online Academic Coach specializing in helping students taking statistics courses or working on statistical analysis projects. SPSS is installed on my personal laptop, and as a former Gallup statistician, I am an expert user. I have helped many students execute and complete both their analysis and subsequent written assignment. I also hav [more]


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Oluwaseun O.

SPSS Tutor

Dallas, TX 75243

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Student willing to help other students succeed

I have a bachelors degree, two master degrees, a counseling license, and I am currently enrolled in an educational psychology doctorate program. I have taken two graduate courses using SPSS. I have a masters in general psychology and I am currently an Educational Psychology PhD student. I will teach you better study habits. I will teach you that everyone is capable of learning any subject with the use of rehearsal.... [more]


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Chetan D.

SPSS Tutor

Waco, TX 76710

Will travel 5 miles

$35 per hour.

4.96 220 ratings

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A trusted source for Stats, SPSS, Biostats, and Psychology help

I have been successfully using SPSS for about three years in both courses and psychology research projects. I have helped students effectively use this powerful program in their statistics and psychology courses for more than two academic years as a tutor at the Los Angeles Valley College. I look forward to helping you navigate and utilize SPSS effectively in your psychology, statistics, and research courses. I am passionate about tutoring because it allows me to combine my love of learning with the sheer joy of helping students gain a better understanding of the particular subject matter. I e [more]



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Anthony S.

SPSS Tutor

Dallas, TX 75206

Will travel 7 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 249 ratings

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Former Math Teacher for ALL Levels!

I have taken multiple statistics courses which have embedded SPSS into their curriculum. These classes include introductory statistics, intermediate statistics, and multi-level modeling (HLM). It has provided me with the skills needed to be proficient with the software. I am a former NC teacher that relocated here for a PhD program in Education at a local university. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make c [more]


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Walter B.

SPSS Tutor

Dallas, TX 75248

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.87 456 ratings

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Success-Based Tutor Specializing in Your Student

Over 15 years with SPSS. Started writing scripts. My Success System contains a very unique approach, is very affordable with a la carte modules, and has demonstrative results. My love of teaching comes from a lifelong love of learning. Through years of teaching and tutoring I have developed a method for teaching standardized test preparation that is unique as many of my students will attest. This method can be extended to other subjects very easily and effectively. I also specialize in standardized tests: the PSAT, because it is used as ... [more]


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Sarah T.

SPSS Tutor

Dallas, TX 75231

Will travel 12 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

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Proofreading, College Admissions Advice, and Pre-Law Guidance

I used SPSS in a Data Analysis class last semester. I am familiar with the basics of cross-tabulations, t-tests, and understanding confidence intervals. I hold dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology (graduating summa cum laude) and I am about to start law school. While I was in college, I balanced honors classes and student leadership positions. One of my favorite parts of mentoring younger students was seeing them be successful and the confidence that resulted from that success. I found that I had particular knacks for helping students adjust to college life and pr [more]