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Statistics shows us how to analyze data. Is the data signficant? Is it above average? How do we know? Statistics has its own language. What is the mean, mode, variance, factorial, or normal distribution? Do you know how to use your graphing calculator for statistics? There are many websites which can help you step by step with the computations. How about Excel statistics? I provide one-on-one science (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, genetics, molecular biology, organic chemistry, and physics), math, statistics, and Microsoft Excel tutoring to junior high, high school, and college student [more]

Hello, I have a passion for education. I have a Bachelor of Art's degree in Foreign Languages. I have a Minor in Math/Computer Science and the equivalent of a Minor in English. I have started working on my Master's degree in English. I currently teach GED classes through Rock Valley College. I truly enjoy this as I get to teach a variety of subjects. My favorite subject is actually math. I know that math is usually the most difficult subject for students. However, I am equally happy to 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]

My most frequent course as a teaching assistant in graduate school. Since then, I have taught a course as an adjunct on the topic and tutored many students, for college and MBA level courses. I am an environmental economist (PhD in Economics from UCLA), with over 15 years of tutoring experience, as well as an international background in research and policy analysis. I have tutored a wide variety of subjects at the high school, college, MBA and graduate levels. This includes a variety of courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, statistics, game theory and environmental economics [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]

I have Master's Degrees in Applied Statistics (Penn State) and Management Information Systems (UW-Milwaukee), and a Bachelor's Degree in Statistics (UW-Madison). Additionally, my professional background includes several analytical roles in Fortune 100 companies that allow me to apply practical experience to the academic learning for a well-rounded approach to teaching and learning. I have taught Mathematics and Statistics to graduate and undergraduate students at the University level since 2006. I am a passionate advocate for my students as my only concern is furthering the student's knowledge [more]

I am a Psychology professor at a small private university in the midwest. I have a Ph.D in social and industrial/organizational psychology. I teach across a variety of areas of psychology, including social psychology, developmental psychology, and cognitive psychology. My specialization is teaching statistics and research methods across the behavioral sciences. I could also tutor in academic and professional writing. I especially love teaching statistics because it is so rewarding to see ... [more]

I was a software engineer at Facebook for 4 years. I received two master's degrees and a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. My degrees are in mathematics and in computer science. While earning my master's degrees, I spent a year as a teaching assistant for a discrete mathematics course and a theoretical computer science course. I've tutored many students both through Wyzant and through other types of networking. Most of my tutoring is for students who've... [more]

I recently graduated from Upper Iowa University and received my Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with an Economics minor. I enjoy mathematics because I have learned about its complex applications while still appreciating its simplicity in nature. While in college, I tutored mathematics and economics courses which enhanced my patience and teaching ability. Outside of academics, I enjoy sports; my favorite sports to watch are football and basketball. I also play the piano and the saxophon... [more]

I am a recent graduate from UIC with a double major in Statistics and Psychology. I finished college within 3 years, and motivated to tutor people. I have volunteered in the Chicago land area teaching elementary students basic science concepts. Moreover, I have been tutoring many of my peers in mathematics and statistics. Algebra 1 &2 Elementary (K-6th) Elementary Math Algebra Trigonometry Calculus 1,2, and 3 Statistics Major Contact me to schedule lessons. ... [more]

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