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I have two degrees with majors in statistics - one a BSBA from UIC and the other an MBA from the University of Chicago. Altogether, I have taken more than 20 courses in statistics at both the undergraduate and graduate level. One of the courses, in econometrics, was at the PhD level. I have used statistical software for these courses, but I am most comfortable with use of either M.S. Excel or Minitab. I am not proficient at the use of SPSS, although I have used it somewhat. If you need heavy use of SPSS in your course, it would be best if you found another tutor who is much more familiar with [more]

My extensive math training and skills allows me to understand the mathematics behind statistics. My extensive experience teaching college students about science and the application of mathematics allows me to help students understand the most difficult concepts and solve the most difficult problems. I can help you understand and use Chemistry, Physics, Physical Chemistry, Math, Statistics, Multimedia Instructional Content, Adobe CC, Microsoft Office, Blackboard Learn, Web Services, and Cloud Storage. -- Why Do I Want to Help You, Other Students, and Teachers with all this Stuff? I began tut [more]

I have been teaching mathematics at a local High School for 21 years. I have taught every level in those years from basic algebra to AP Calculus and everything in between. I absolutely love my job teaching and working with young people. I understand that math is not everyone's favorite subject as it was not always mine throughout high school. However, once I started in Calculus classes at Northwestern, I found that I really enjoyed math. The number one reason I became a teacher was that ... [more]

Statistics is the science of collecting, organizing, summarizing and analyzing information in order to draw conclusions. A typical statistics class begins with an overview of descriptive statistics. Descriptive statistics consists of organizing and summarizing the information collected. This is usually done through charts, graphs and tables as well as computing numerical summaries such as the mean and standard deviation. Most students have seen these types of summaries in the media and have no problem interpreting, using and constructing them. The second phase of a statistics course (infe [more]

Aloha! I recently moved to Chicagoland from Hawaii, by way of southwest Colorado! I just graduated from Hawaii Pacific University with a Bachelors in computer science with a minor in mathematics, and I have tutored over 20 students individually, as well as worked in math labs. The bulk of my tutoring experience is with algebra and pre-calculus/trigonometry, but I am able to work with a variety math and computer classes. I am happy to provide references if desired. I so look forward to working... [more]

I am a college math professor who has been teaching for over 30 years and tutoring for almost 20 years. I can tutor any level: middle school, high school, and college-level mathematics and statistics. I have also helped read (grade) the AP Calculus exam for 12 years, so I can help you with AP Calculus. I passed the first actuarial exam, Exam P, and I can help you pass, too. I got perfect scores on the Mathematics sections of the ACT, SAT, and GRE General Test, and I can help you do well on... [more]

I have HUNDREDS of hours and years of experience tutoring Economics, Finance and Accounting. I am also one of the HIGHEST RATED tutors in Chicago for my subjects. Along with many unsolicited testimonials from prior students, you can feel assured that I can help you. I teach all levels of Economics, Finance and Accounting, from High School to Graduate level courses. I am a patient and empathetic person who knows how frustrating it can be learning these subjects. I have degrees in Economics ... [more]

I love teaching math and science, and I know how to make it fun and interesting. As a physicist I work everyday with math and science, and I have a long experience in teaching and tutoring at all levels (university, high school, middle and elementary school). My son (a 5th grader) scores above 99 percentile in all math tests, and you too can have high scores.... [more]

Until the age of 12, when I was not occupied with schoolwork, I rode my bicycle to the nearest rivers and creeks to search for frogs and turtles, I visited the library and read all I could find on the habits and habitat of these and other creatures native to Southeastern Wisconsin. Some of that must have rubbed off on my son who is a botanist at the Morton Arboretum. When I was in seventh grade, a boys choir was started at the grade school I attended and so began my lifelong love of music... [more]

Statistics can be viewed from several perspectives. In one sense, Statistics is the best tool for extracting usable and actionable information from the masses of data that exist in most ERP, CRM, and POS systems. From another perspective, it is an effective tool to support managerial and personal decision making. In this year of a Presidential election (polls), it can be a very interesting subject. I am a fun-loving, pragmatic, task master. I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some [more]

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