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Statistics is a great subject. I have a great background to help you with statistics. I've taken quite a few statistics classes on my way to my doctorate and I worked in science as a research forester for the US Forest Service. I can provide help in computation and well as theory and planning a study. I have a number of reference books from basic statistics to linear regression, and beyond. Contact me and we can set up an appointment to see how I can help you. I think I have a unique qualifications to reach and tutor students that need help. I have a lifetime of experience in science, [more]

I graduated from Bennington College in Vermont with a bachelor's degree in mathematics, and at that time, I was already exploring my interest in communicating mathematics. I worked with a historian of mathematics for two internships, and as a senior project, I delivered a lecture series on mathematics for the general audience. I have been tutoring since college, running volunteer math tutor hours, and serving as a TA for a course. After college, I privately tutored the SAT and Algebra II f... [more]

As a tutor, I am in a unique position to help my students learn. I am neither a parent nor a teacher, so I can't deal out punishments or bad grades. I'm in neutral territory. This puts me in a great place, because I am free to act as teacher, mentor, guide, friend, or confidante. My role can change to meet the requirements of the individual student. I have several students who are in the same subject in school, yet our sessions together are vastly different because my role in each of their li... [more]

A class in statistics is often required for a variety of disciplines not related to math or science, including psychology, business, anthropology, economics, and public health, and an understanding of basic statistical principles is necessary to comprehend the research of others and to produce a statistical analysis of your own work. I have tutored students in statistics for over a decade; whether you difficulty is in analyzing normal distributions or hypothesis testing, I am sure I can get you back on track. [more]

I have a PhD in Public Policy analysis. Statistics was always my favorite subject on my undergraduate as well as graduate study. I use Statistics for my research as well as for teaching public policy analysis. Currently a full-time assistant professor in College of Business and Public Administration, my background includes a Ph.D. in Public Policy with concentration in public finance, a Master of Professional Accountancy, from Southern University in Baton Rouge and an Engineering Degree in Agricultural Economics and Management from Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic. I am very passion [more]

I have three years of experience managing and tutoring in a stats tutoring lab at a large university. I've worked with hundreds of students with great success. Greetings! I am currently a middle-school math teacher, on one-year leave from a PhD program in economics, a program I'll be returning to in the fall. I have over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience ranging from test prep (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT) to undergraduate mathematics, statistics, and economics. I very much enjoy working with students in all of the above areas. My philosophy is that of a coach: I train students to b [more]

I am a teaching assistant at University of Toledo. I am currently a second year masters student in statistics at UT. I am proficient in Statistics, elementary maths, algebra,calculus, R programming. I have been teaching for almost 4 years now. I teach calculus courses and I am a tutor at the Maths tutoring center at UT.... [more]

Hi I'm Jim! I graduated from Harvard College with a Bachelor's degree in Economics. My coursework also included math, sciences (chemistry, biology, physics), finance, and East Asian languages. I also did very well on the GRE as well as medical entrance exams. Being able to break down seemingly complicated concepts into components that make sense and are easy to understand is one of my strongest qualities as a tutor. What sets me apart from other tutors is my ability to reframe problems in way... [more]

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I graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, and then went on to matriculate with the Class of 2014 at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. As a proud new father, I have currently taken a temporary leave from my last year of medical studies to tend to my new responsibilities. However, I am keen on using this time to simultaneously teach and thus help others pursue their own dreams. I spent three years in undergrad servin... [more]

I possess a mathematics minor as part of my Engineering Physics degree. Statistics was a major part of Quantum Theory in which I received a B. I also received an A in Statistics in college. I have tutored AP Statistics, college level Statistics and Business Decision Analysis which is based on Statistics. At work, I perform Mean Time To Failure analysis which uses Statistical analysis to determine the reliability of a product. I am not your typical tutor who simply comes to your home, shakes your hand, helps with homework and leaves smugly believing my job is done (and wait for that fat [more]

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