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Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.96 917 ratings

Let me help you in your high school or introduction college-level Statistic class! I have taught an Introduction to Statistics class for many, many years. It is not unusual for students to find the concepts challenging. Let me help you! Do you need help in math? I am here to help! I am an experienced tutor and my favorite subjects are Algebra and Geometry! In addition, I have experience tutoring Elementary students, all levels of middle school math, and all levels of high school math up to Precalculus and Trigonometry. At the college level, I tutor all levels of Algebra and Statistics. I curre [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.93 898 ratings

John has a passion for working with people who endeavor to learn and develop their intellects and is listed among the Wyzant Top 100 Tutors for 2015. Background: John grew up in Northeast Kansas working on farms since the age of 11. He graduated from a small rural high school and earned his BS and PhD degrees in biological sciences from the University of Kansas. An award-winning instructor, John taught extensively on the undergraduate and graduate level during his PhD program. While a Cancer... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.78 209 ratings

I have tutored statistics at the college level for the last six years and I worked as a mathematician at Johns Hopkins for 15 years specializing in statistics. I tutor Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science. My students range from the Elementary to College. Since 2007, tutoring has been a passion for me. My interest in learning is infectious, and my tutoring style is both friendly and engaging. I joined WyzAnt.com in the Spring of 2011, and since then have tutored nearly full time. My students range in age from 8 to 38. In each case, they sought to fill gaps that their classes left be [more]

I'm Matt! I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and a wealth of knowledge that I am enthusiastic to share with those who need assistance. As a senior in high school, I was a peer facilitator, a position which involved helping other students in the resource room with coursework that was challenging to them. I also have experience teaching students using behavioral therapy techniques, as I am also currently employed as a Registered Behavior Technician. This means that I teach children of al... [more]

Hey Friends and Fellow Learners, My background is very varied but that's what makes it even more fun. Originally, I practiced as a physician in my home country and decided I wanted to contribute to the Science of Medicine through research, so I decided to pursue graduate training in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and then Molecular Microbiology and Immunology both at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Currently, I am a PhD student in my 3rd year at Johns Hopkins. My focus... [more]

I'm currently getting my Masters in Public Health from UMD's Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and have over 12 credits of graduate level coursework in biostatistics in addition to other mathematics. I also have a Bachelor's of Science which required additional coursework in math and biostatistics. I am a current graduate student at UMD studying Epidemiology, which is very heavy in biostatistics. My undergraduate degree was in Environmental Sciences with a focus in Ecology. I worked in a malaria research lab for four years studying drug resistance and completed a paper with my colle [more]

I am a recent transplant to Baltimore, working as a Biostatistician. I have experience tutoring high school subjects, test prep, as well as teaching biostatistics and analytical methods to graduate students at Yale University. Since I've started working, I miss teaching and am looking to use tutoring as a way to get back into it! I was an undergraduate mathematics and economics major at Tulane University. I continued by getting my M.S. in Biostatistics at Yale University. I have experien... [more]

First, I would like to say thank you for taking the time to look through my profile. I received my certification in math through the Maryland State State Department of Education (MSDE). I have more than a decade of experience educating students with complicated math content (grades range from 6th grade through college level students). All of my students experienced improvement with their grades. I have had experienced countless times where my students demonstrated tremendous improvement. ... [more]

As a former adjunct professor of Statistics at Stevenson University, I have extensive knowledge of the topic along with the experience required for effective tutoring. I subscribe to the Socratic method whereby students are asked pertinent, leading questions whose answers are found through self and tutor directed study. I am an experienced math and physics teacher who patiently practices Socratic methods in a relaxed, fun way to help students grasp the fundamental and intricate concepts of a range of math and physical science courses of study. I have over twenty years of professional experien [more]

I have a master's degree in pure math from Syracuse University and a master's degree in applied math from Johns Hopkins University. I have passed all of my exams required to be an Associate of the Society of Actuaries. I have also taught statistics in college four times and taught Actuarial Mathematics in college once. My ultimate goal as a tutor is to help my students feel comfortable enough with their studies so that they no longer need me to help them anymore. I am an actuary with 17+ years work experience with the US government. I have taught mathematics and statistics in college, but I e [more]

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