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I taught a masters-level statistics course at Columbia University. I'm working towards a masters degree. Hi! I'm a former high school math teacher, and I tutor part time while I'm working towards a PhD in economics. My specialty is in economics and mathematics, and I can tutor in either field up to undergraduate-level courses (and some graduate-level courses, depending on the subject). I can also help with other high school-level courses. I'm happy to work with you whether you're struggling in your current class and want to see improvement or you want to get ahead. Send me a message and I' [more]

Statistics is one of my favorite subjects to tutor. I believe it is one of the most important subjects in math for understanding the world around us. My students benefit from my ability to give concrete examples tailored to their interests. Throughout my life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. In high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. I graduated valedictorian from Westview High School in Portland, OR with a weighted GPA of 4.2 [more]

I have had ten (10) years of statistics related course work, research, and on-the-job experience. Course work includes: - Intro to Statistics - Probability Statistics - Statistics for the Biological Sciences - Business Statistics - Analysis of Variance - Multiple Regression - Structural Equation Modeling - Hierarchical Linear Modeling - Psychometric Theory Further, I taught statistical analyses to undergraduate students at Old Dominion University as part of an Experimental Methods course (a capstone course for Psychology Majors). I have also used various statistical analyses for various pub [more]

I firmly believe in the limitless potential of each and every one of my students. I discovered during my high school years that determination, organization skills and just plain hard work can help each of us tap into that limitless potential. My success on the PSAT was a revelation that inspired me to work harder: I earned a full-tuition National Merit Scholarship to study Economics and International Studies at American University. In 2014, I prepared for the GRE and earned a 328/340 (with a ... [more]

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Statistics is a strong point. I can help with AP Statistics, which covers patterns and departures from patterns, sampling and experimentation, exploration of random phenomena using probability and simulation, and statistical inference. My first job after college included development from scratch of software for non-linear parameter estimation from statistically noisy data. Careful consideration of subtle statistical effects was very important. Since that job I have continued to use statistics for a number of projects and tasks. Let's work together to help you with this exciting subject!! [more]

I currently work as a federal economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and have a strong practical background in mathematics. Taylor is currently enrolled in a Masters of Applied Statistics program with Pennsylvania State University. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. He is currently employed as an economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and has a strong practical background with mathematics. Before coming to the Washington, D.C. area Taylor was employed at the Institute for the Theory and Practice of International [more]

I'm a PhD Student in Structural Engineering at George Washington University. I studied my high school and undergraduate studies in Iran and came to united states to pursue my education with full scholarship. I have been a teaching assistant at GWU for the past 4 years helping students with different topics in Civil Engineering. I have also tutored high school students and undergrads with their courses in math and physics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Cal... [more]

My name is Dr D and I am a scientist and professor of human anatomy & physiology. I did my university work in biomedical engineering & physics. My MS and PhD are in cardiovascular and hemodynamic physiology. As a professor, I have taught hundreds of students the principles of human anatomy & physiology over the past six years. I have also taught and tutored physics, statistics, differential calculus, algebra, organic chemistry, general chemistry, biostatistics, biochemistry, English liter... [more]

I am a Ph.D. statistician, and I have a long experience in teaching mathematics and statistics as a university professor (grad and undergrad level) as well as a research/statistical consultant. I strongly believe that I have the skills, experience, and training required to communicate mathematical and statistical results to very diverse individuals and audiences. I am also very proud that my WyzAnt student for two consecutive years was accepted to MIT! Because of my training and experienc... [more]

I have both an undergraduate and a graduate degree in math. As a graduate student I took several advanced courses in statistics, and I have also conducted research and published papers in this field. In my second year in graduate school, I was the course grader for the advanced statistics course at The College of William and Mary. I absolutely love math, and my passion for math is what drives me to help others succeed and reach their potential in this subject. I studied math in college and graduate school, and tutored others in math along the way. I have several years of tutoring experience, [more]

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