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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 recently completed my master's degree in psychology and along with my bachelor's degree in social science with an education specialization I can offer expertise in several subjects. While studying graduate level psychology courses, I gained knowledge in learning theory. As everyone does not learn the same, it is very important for a tutor to understand the learning style of the student in order to maximize the time spent together. The surroundings that the student are also important. Things... [more]

I have taken statistics courses at Armstrong Atlantic, Georgia Tech, and with the U.S. Army. I have taken electrical engineering courses from Georgia Tech, Savannah State, and the U.S. Army. I have taken a probability course with Cal State Bakersfield. I have taught math on the high school level for 4 years, have taught in the Electronics Engineering Technology department and in the Data Processing department at Savannah Technical College for 6 years. I have taught part-time in the Computer Technology Department at Aiken Tech. [more]

When I was in high school, I made a 5 on the AP Statistics exam, and have continued to use statistics as a graduate with a science degree. I first started tutoring high school students when I was in high school myself. While I was an undergraduate in college, I continued tutoring high school students in math and chemistry and began working with college chemistry students as well. While I was working on my Master's degree in chemistry at the University of Georgia, I held my first "official" teaching position--as a teaching assistant for general chemistry lab classes. This experience solidified [more]

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My name is Dr. P., and I may be the ideal tutor for you! I graduated from Georgia Tech with a PhD in Mathematics and have about half-dozen degrees from various fields of education. Presently Chair of Math, I have been teaching from past 22 years across all levels, from high school to masters'. I passed Praxis Mathematics with a record score of 197 on 200. I have expertise in teaching Algebra, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Trigonometry, College Algebra, Math Technology, Differential Calculus, Bo... [more]

Eboni has been a WyzAnt tutor for over seven years, and has tutored middle school, high school, college, and graduate students. She has a passion for helping others learn and has been tutoring for over the past 15 years. She has volunteered her time in serving as an instructor for the Commonwealth's Keystone Academy for Learning, the American Red Cross, the National Education Association?s Health Information Network, the National Summerbridge Program, and the YMCA's Teen Achievers Program. ... [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]

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 Master's in Statistics through the ISYE program of Georgia Tech (ranked #1 Industrial and Systems Engineering program in the country), and I have taught Statistics at the college level for 6 years. Hello. My name is Rett. I am an Instructor of Mathematics at Oglethorpe University and Georgia Perimeter College in Atlanta, Georgia. I have been teaching college math for 7 years and before that, I tutored full-time in a mathematics lab at Gainesville State College. I am comfortable tutoring middle school to college level math, from pre-Algebra to college Calculus. However, I special [more]

I hold a master's degree in mathematics and statistics from Georgia Southern University and a bachelor's degree in mathematics with minor in business from Clayton State University. Besides, I have more than 7 years experience in tutoring and 4 years teaching experience as a graduate teaching assistant. My passion and understanding for math and statistics allows me to explain seemingly difficult concepts and problems in an easy to understand way. To achieve this, I strive to relate my explanat... [more]

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