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I have many years of experience as a tutor. I started tutoring chemistry while in college at the University of Florida. After graduating, I worked at Broward College in South Florida tutoring Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Chemistry, and Biology. Soon after, I worked with a local company tutoring for the SAT and ACT. I helped many students to increase their scores substantially, earn scholarship money, and get into the schools of their choice. Eventually I returned to graduate school, but... [more]

I am a certified math and science teacher. I am also trained in Orton-Gillingham method of reading instruction for students with reading disabilities. For the past 7 years, I have worked as a learning specialist at an independent college preparatory school. I have worked with struggling students including those with identified learning differences. I have taught study skills courses to middle and high school students and worked with students with ADHD on developing executive functioning s... [more]

Hi, I'm Ann-Janette L.! I have a PhD in Mathematical Sciences, with a concentration in Statistics. I started tutoring during college and graduate school, and then I had the opportunity to teach college classes in Calculus and Probability & Statistics. After graduate school I went to work in industry as an operations research analyst, and I often had to work with engineers who needed to use statistics in their work, but needed help understanding results, so this also provided opportunities for... [more]

With 20 years of teaching and tutoring experience, I am more than just a college student helping students with homework. I taught Advanced Placement Statistics for many years and can offer students tips and tricks to master this subject. After 20 years in the classroom, I retired from teaching to pursue other endeavors. What I miss most of all is working with young students. I began tutoring high school students more than 20 years ago while I was still an undergraduate math major, and these experiences made the call of teaching a discernible entreaty. As a teacher I was an indefatigable ea [more]

Statistics is one of the most practical and useful math principles to learn. Statistics are everywhere! Some are encouraging: "Seat belt use for occupants in the South increased significantly from 80 percent in 2011 to 85 percent in 2012 (NHTSA)." Some can make you wonder or chuckle: "12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily, on average! (19 Random Useless Facts You Need to Know, ranker.com)" And some just don't make any sense at all: "Ninety percent of this game (baseball) is half mental (Yogi Berra)." Statistics is just another way to view and understand the world around you [more]

Hi! I'm Shelli! I graduated with a BS in Biology from Spelman College in 2010. It was in undergrad that I found my passion...research! As a result, I earned a MPH from the University of SC. During that time, I had the privilege of teaching general biology lab, microbiology lab, physiology lab, and some muscular physiology lectures. After teaching many very intelligent, capable, yet nervous students I came to this realization...BIOLOGY SHOULD BE FUN! Most students become overwhelmed wit... [more]

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I've been teaching mathematics in Sumter High School, Sumter, SC for five years. I recently relocated to Columbia, and I teach mathematics at C.A. Johnson High School, Columbia, SC now. I've got experience teaching algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, pre-algebra, calculus, probability and statistics, differential equations, and preparing students for HSAP/SAT and ASVAB. I provide a lot of practice and repetition to students; only through daily practice and repetition students can gain experience... [more]

I have tutored business statistics for over three and a half years in my undergraduate institution. During the last year of my business statistics tutoring, I was a Teaching Assistant for the course, aiding several hundred business students in comprehending statistics as it relates to applicable use. Hey There! My name is Dave F., and I work for the University of South Carolina as a Student Life professional. I have tutored elementary through college students for the better part of the last 8 years, and have aided dozens of students in the greater Columbia area achieve academic success. Not on [more]

I have a Graduate Certificate of Public Health in Epidemiology, a form of applied statistics. In addition, I also hold MPH and BS degrees in Environmental Health and Health Sciences, respectively. Unfortunately, learning by osmosis doesn't work however, by learning the right things as they're needed, we can build confidence in subject knowledge, improve grades, and prepare you to successfully meet your academic and/or test preparation goals. As to my own tutoring qualifications, I hold a Masters of Public Health in Environmental Health, a Graduate Certificate of Public Health in Epidemiology, [more]

I'm Joshua. I graduated with a Doctorate degree in Biostatistics in 2013, with a Masters degree in Biostatistics in 2009, and with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science (I graduated summa cum laude) in 2007. I received the Outstanding Senior in Mathematics Award in 2007, the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in 2013, and received a Ph. D. with Distinction for my dissertation in 2013. I tutored in the Math Lab during the Fall 2006, Spring 2007, and Summer 2007 ... [more]

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