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I am qualified in Algebra 1 & 2, Precalculus and Statistics. My undergraduate and graduate degrees are underpinned by these "core" math subjects. I'm a "retired" professional looking at second career in my first passion: helping kids with math! I did some tutoring when I was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. I loved not only teaching the technical aspects of math but also trying to connect and apply what we were learning to the real world. Being master's prepared and having a deep professional career, I believe I can be an even more effective tutor now given my experience. M [more]

My name is Tom. I am an experienced Math and Science teacher of 27 years. I currently teach Math, SAT Prep and Michigan History at Pinckney High School. I have taught all levels of math, from 7th grade Math up to Calculus (including Geometry and Trigonometry). I have also taught High School Physics. I enjoy teaching and I have a knack for it. I have had many students over the years come back and tell me how much they learned in my classroom. I am a graduate from Michigan State Universi... [more]

I have tutored students in Statistics and have also taught 3 statistics courses. I am a former math teacher who taught classes from Algebra 1 to Pre-Calculus. I taught for 4 years before staying at home with my children. I currently have my teaching certificate for 7-12 math. I enjoy tutoring as I get to spend one on one time with students. ... [more]

I am a PhD Student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a Minor in Statistics well versed in univariate and multivariate statistics as well as Psychometrics. Statistics can seem daunting with all of its unfamiliar jargon like regression, z-scores, and confidence intervals. It doesn't help that most professors that teach these courses are so into the math that they don't know how to simplify the topics into understandable bits. Like you, I am frustrated by the complicated language used when conveying statistics. See, statistics are there to make things simple. That's the whole point of [more]

I took AP Statistics in High School and passed the AP Exam. I took a 300-level Engineering Probability and Statistics course in undergrad. I have also completed Stats I and Stats II for PhD students. I was a Graduate Assistant for two Statistics professors. I graded papers, held office hours, and offered supplemental instruction for two 200-level Statistics courses. I assisted another Statistics professor with journal articles, formula sheets, and other misc. statistics-oriented research/work. Hi Everyone! My name is Ryan. I received a Bachelor's Degree in both Computer Engineering and Engin [more]

I have been working in the medical imaging field for around 15 years mainly developing complex algorithms for advanced applications. In addition, I have been coaching several Science Olympiad (elementary school level) events for a local school district. One of my main reasons to attend the University of Michigan (Bioengineering) PhD program was to become a professor, and after years of working in the industry, I am looking forward to branching out again into education.... [more]

I previously obtained a master's degree in biology and conducted research in R. I also possess a bachelor's degree in mathematics where I specialized in calculus and statistics. Prior coursework includes: Elementary Statistics, Statistical Methods, Probability and Statistics, Quantitative Analysis, Biostatistics, Quantum and Statistical Mechanics, and Methods in Experimental Ecology. I am currently pursuing a master's in mathematics and possess a master's in biology. I was a graduate teaching assistant at University of Central Florida for 4 semesters: 2 semesters of evolutionary biology lab, 1 [more]

I'm currently a third-year Ph.D. student in the physics department at the University of Michigan. I do research in theoretical physics towards understanding dark matter and cosmology. Prior to beginning my studies at the University of Michigan, I was an undergraduate at Indiana University, where I studied physics and mathematics. I've taught and tutored physics and math classes for going on six years now. At Indiana University, I taught introductory calculus and discrete/finite mathematics c... [more]

My approach to tutoring is to first determine where weaknesses in understanding exist, then to find ways to strengthen the student in those areas. Learning styles vary among students, so whenever possible, I try to match my tutoring methods to each student's strongest learning style. For example, one student may learn best by rote memorization and repetition drills. Another may thrive with analogies and mnemonics. A third student may need derivations from first principles or real life applica... [more]

Hi there! My name is Amir, and I've been teaching and tutoring math for over five years -- as a University instructor, a Graduate Teaching Assistant and most recently, a tutoring center employee -- working mostly with high school and college students. I studied math and physics in college and graduate school (as well as a few other related fields), hold Bachelor?s and Master?s degrees in Math (I was a Ph.D. candidate, but left before completing my dissertation), and am currently pursuing ... [more]

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