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I hold a Bachelor?s, Master?s and Doctorate degree. I have experience tutoring Junior High and High School English Language Arts, Intermediate Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra II/Trigonometry, and preparing High School students for taking the New York State Regents Exams in these subjects. As an Adjunct, I taught Theology, Religion, and Philosophy at two small liberal arts colleges. I have tutored undergraduates in Philosophy, Physics, and all math's from Basic Math to Precalculus. I have tut... [more]

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$65 per hour.

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I have had the privilege of teaching AP Statistics since 2001, and now Introductory Statistics at the college level since 2018. I serve as a reader for the AP Statistics exam every year (I help to grade student responses to the free response questions). What I enjoy most about teaching is the opportunity to work one-on-one to help struggling students improve their critical thinking and problem-solving skills while boosting their self-confidence. My love of teaching comes from a tremendous desire to help young people pursue their dreams and overcome obstacles along the way. As a teacher of M [more]

Hi, I thought I'd provide some history about why I started tutoring with this website. A good portion of my part-time job income during college came from tutoring for introductory math and economics classes. After college, where I graduated with a Mathematics/Economics major, I started working as an actuary. A lot of my actuarial work included developing complex mathematical models for insurance, then using those models to help companies determine how to invest insurance premiums to mak... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.9 184 ratings

Greetings! I am a professionally trained tutor, teacher and proofreader. I have been teaching, tutoring and mentoring others in many capacities and venues since a very young age. My first taste of helping others was in 2000, when I tutored nursing students at a local community college in math. That was the start of it all! I never lost that desire to help people! I successfully completed Kaplan Test Preparation's rigorous teacher training program in 2009, and coupled with my intensive 10 w... [more]

I am an entrepreneur with a diverse background in manufacturing and business. I enjoy tutoring in a manner that ties many subject areas together; relate those areas to daily living and the business environment; and provide a strong basic foundation for the tutee in those areas. Over the years, I have tutored in three school districts, tutored and taught math at Cleveland State University, tutored privately (math, science, reading, etc.) and volunteered as a tutor in a non-profit organizati... [more]

I have had to study and do both basic and advanced probability and statistics as part of my engineering studies. I have both taught statistics and also tutored many WyzAnt students in this area. In some cases I have to help them with their math to make sure it is correct in order to obtain the exact statistics calculation values. I am very familiar with using either the TI or Excel to get stats answers. I have also used other software programs; however, have never used SPSS. References are available. [more]

I am a recent graduate of Ashland University, and I currently hold a B.S.Ed. in Integrated Mathematics Education and a B.S. in Mathematics. I have tutored throughout my time at Ashland University, and I have tutored college students in Calculus I, Calculus II, Statistics, Discrete Mathematics, and College Algebra. During my time at Ashland University, I also had the opportunity to tutor high school students in Algebra I and AP Calculus. My tutoring career began when I was a high school studen... [more]

I have TA'd (which includes tutoring) for a graduate level statistics course, and I have a Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics. Hi everyone, my name is Ryan. I am a PhD student at Miami of Ohio where I was the teaching assistant (TA) for a graduate level statistics course. I was offered that opportunity because of my frequent tutoring sessions for fellow grad students as we muddled our way through various statistics, programing, and methodology courses. Probably the most satisfying part of teaching or tutoring is the "aha" you see in your student's or compatriot's face when what you're [more]

I have a Ph.D. in psychology from an Ivy League university and am a tenured professor of psychology. In addition to teaching statistics in SPSS to students every semester, I have used SPSS in my own work for 13+ years. I have extensive information interpreting SPSS output and writing it up for publication, and I have also served as an Associate Editor of a journal, where I evaluate the statistical approach of other researchers frequently. I'm Chief Scientist of a tech startup company, formerly a tenured college professor, with a Ph.D. from an Ivy League university. I have 15 years of experienc [more]

Hello and thank you for looking at my profile! My name is Garrett and I am a Certified Public Accountant with six years of experience as an Accounting instructor. I know that Accounting scares people; in fact, my first Accounting class scared me! But, I had a great teacher who made the class fun and interesting. She related the course concepts to real world examples. I was surprised at how Accounting affects my everyday life and how understanding Accounting concepts helps business professiona... [more]

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