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I have taken one undergraduate and three graduate-level statistics courses, ranging from basic statistics (descriptive statistics, student t-test, linear regression, and nonparametric tests) to advanced multiple regression techniques (multivariate regression, logistic regression, splines, ANCOVA, etc.), time series analysis, and spatial statistics. I frequently use ANOVA, ANCOVA, multiple regression, Poisson regression, logistic regression, time series analysis, and spatial analysis in the course of my own research. [more]

I have been tutoring basic business statistics at a local school for almost 15 years, including such topics as descriptive statistics, bionomials, basic probabilities, normal distributions (z & t scores, hypothesis testing, proportions). I am also somewhat familiar with beta tests, Chi-square, F test, and the like. (Please note that I did not learn these topics using a statistics calculator or Excel, though I can still help with understanding and interpreting the material, and I have used Excel for some things.) [more]

I have a BS from Wright State in mathematics with a concentration in statistics. I recently achieved my MS from the University of Cincinnati in quantitative analysis. Some of the subjects that I am comfortable with include algebra, trigonometry, geometry, calculus, combinatorics, and statistics (probability, regression, time series, optimization, simulation, and design of experiments). While earning my BS at Wright State, I was a math proctor for an intro to algebra course. This included ... [more]

Teaching is my passion. I have tutored and taught for more than seven years. I have worked as a Lecturer at South East University, Department of EEE for more than three years. I have worked one year as a Teaching Assistant and Lab Instructor at North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh during my undergraduate level. Last but not the least; I did a placement work as a tutor at East Barnet School, London. Through my years of hard work, I have learnt the need for effective communication and h... [more]

My passion and purpose is helping people learn! My tutoring career began while still in high school and continued into college when I was employed as a tutor for fellow engineering students. I have continued tutoring, teaching, and training throughout my life. My teaching experience includes math, physics, engineering and various management courses. My classes have included middle school, high school, undergraduate and graduate students, and my experience has been both in the United... [more]

I have been teaching intro college level statistics for the last 10 years. Currently, I teach Advanced Placement Statistics. I have 25 years of teaching and tutoring experience. I am currently teaching AP Calculus and AP Statistics at Centerville High School in Ohio but I can help in all levels of math. I have also taught several math courses at Wright State University and Sinclair in the Dayton, Ohio area. I have Masters in Math Education and have tutored over 1000 hours. I am an outstanding math tutor because I also have a degree in special education and have been trained to break math do [more]

I am a life long student myself -- As an undergrad at The Ohio State, I have 299 credit hours and graduated with two bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Molecular Genetics. I got my MA in Psychology at University of Chicago, MBA at The Ohio State Fisher College of Business, and a technical degree in brewing. A native Chinese speaker, I have strong background in sciences, social sciences, and mathematics. I love to learn and love to share what I learned. I have tutored my classmates in ch... [more]

I am a high school math teacher with 12 years experience. I have taught pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, algebra 2, integrated algebra/geometry, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and beginning calculus. My strengths are algebra, algebra 2, beginning calculus and beginning statistics.... [more]

The math involved in statistics is mostly beginning and intermediate algebra, but the concepts themselves can be difficult to grasp. One of the most important ideas to understand in a statistics problem is that the numerical "answer" is only half of the solution. The interpretation of that result is just as important. I have tutored students taking various statistics courses for two years. During that time, I have developed easy way to learn the empirical formula, confidence interval estimates, and other common topics found in a statistics class. [more]

I have experience tutoring a number of math subjects including stats at the college level. Hello, My name is Joshua, and if I had to pick three words to describe myself, they would be: Motivated, Personable, Professional. I have three degrees, two of which are psychology specific. I can, however, tutor in a multitude of subjects and have done so for many years while attending Wright State University and Sinclair Community College. These subjects include but are not limited to: Math (Algebra-general, college, Statistics, Geometry, Basic); Science (Biology, Chemistry, Computer, Psy... [more]

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