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I can help tutor descriptive statistics (e.g. measures of central tendency and variability) and inferential statistics (e.g. one-sample t-test, independent and dependent samples t-test, AN(C)OVA, correlation, linear/multiple regression, moderation, and mediation analyses). I can also help tutor performing these inferential statistics in statistical programs such as Excel, SPSS, and R. I have taken both undergraduate statistics (i.e., Statistical Methods in Psychology [PSY320/L] at California State University, Northridge) and graduate statistics courses (i.e., Advanced Statistics [PSY670A/B] an [more]

I have taken many semesters of statistics coursework at the graduate level. My way of explaining statistics tends more towards the intuitive and less towards the mathematical, although I can cover that too. So working with me can help you understand what the concepts mean; how they appear in actual data analysis; and you can use them in your own current schoolwork and future profession. This can complement the material you have covered in class, where the discussion often centers on how to calculate things. [more]

After taking a few statistics classes at UNT, I was a supplemental instruction leader for an introductory statistics class. As a supplemental leader, I held study groups for students a few times a week and completed test reviews as needed. Also, my focus was in statistics at UNT. My name is Katrina and I received my mathematics degree from the University of North Texas in May 2015. While at the university, I took classes that allowed me to student teach elementary and middle school classes. I also had the opportunity to tutor college students individually during my final year by working at the [more]

I have taken AP stats in high school as well as calculus based stats in college. I am now taking stats to be an educational researcher, which includes all of the stats needed for AP Stats and further. I am a former NC math teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a Ph.D. program in Education research. I am also attending school for my masters in statistics. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connect [more]

Hi Everybody, First off, thanks for reading my profile. I appreciate it! Second, let me tell you a little bit about myself. The picture is from a trip to see my brother in Wasilla Alaska. Right now, I live in Euless Texas and I have a PhD in math from UTA - The University of Texas at Arlington. I have a master's degree in math, and 2 bachelor's degrees; one in math, and the other in history. Third, I have taught math for over 5 years at the university level. Additionally, I have tutored al... [more]

Having started my teaching career at a community college, I have had a great deal of experience working with adult, military, and first generations college students, and am comfortable working with students to navigate the unique challenges that come with being a part of these groups. I also encourage students to discuss their questions, ideas, and perspectives with me in order to help them connect more deeply with the subject. Additionally, I have over 42 hours of advanced quantitative methodology and am able to decipher the most advanced statistical concept into language that anyone can und [more]

After going through a rigorous theoretical master's program at Ohio State, and teaching as a statistics lecturer there, I worked in the industry for Nielsen Media Research and Abbott Laboratories. In the past few years, I have been tutoring and consulting in statistics for executive MBA professionals who have gone back to school to raise their game to the next level. I am also currently tutoring/consulting as a statistician for two PhD candidates in the social sciences and medical field. First and foremost, I am a teacher that always finds a way to connect to each individual's way of thinkin [more]

As a professional scientist in biomedical research, I have 30 years of experience applying statistical methods to data analysis. I have published biomedical research articles and described the statistical methods that we used in my laboratory. As a former professor and graduate program director, I have also designed and taught graduate classes on research design, including the use of statistical methods, and have advised students on an individual basis on the proper selection and use of statistics in their research projects. [more]

I have taken several classes in statistics, as well as used statistics in a research capacity. I have also taught aspects of statistical theory and practice at the college level. I can help with both understanding the how and why of statistics. I have worked as a TA at University teaching various Biology classes and statistical concepts, continue to work as a tutor specializing in math, science, and statistics, and most recently, have been teaching in a private high school. I use my work experience and academic success as a springboard toward helping others be successful in achieving their [more]

I feel that statistics is one of the most important topics I can help teach -- the world is awash with statistics. Unfortunately, because statistics quantifies things like confidence and uncertainty, it has to rely on numerous approximations that make the concepts counterintuitive and the formulas seem arcane. I can help with that. I've taught college-level statistics, and I can explain the charts, the formulas, and the buttons on a TI calculator. I can help work through word problems, which statistics in particular has a lot of, and point out the key pieces of information that make clear [more]

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