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I have 13 years' experience teaching in university, high school, and community college settings. I also boast 30 years of industry experience as an applied mathematician. I have had many recent tutoring situations with students taking algebra, calculus, and statistics. Courses I have taught include algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, differential equations, statistics, discrete mathematics, and advanced engineering mathematics.... [more]

I have over four years of experience tutoring with hundreds of hours of tutoring time. I have an excellent background in tutoring and the courses I cover, much of which I got when I studied Civil Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, MA) Although it is a small college of 1600 undergraduates it has a sterling reputation for math, science and engineering. Math and science courses at WPI built upon a strong foundation which started at Oakland Technical High School's Enginee... [more]

I have a Master's degree in biostatistics with 8 years industry experience and 1 year of experience teaching middle school mathematics. I can combine my knowledge with my strength of communicating and teaching to help each student succeed in there courses. I am in the Haverhill MA area and will meet in nearby towns such as Salem NH, Newburyport, Andover, N. Andover. ... [more]

Thank you for clicking on my profile! I am a graduate student at Franklin Pierce working toward my doctorate in Physical Therapy. I have a bachelor's degree in biology with a pre-medical concentration and ABA certification (applied behavioral analysis) from the Center for Autism and Related Disorders. I have been working with children with special needs on a volunteer basis starting when I was in elementary school. I began tutoring children 12 years ago while I was still in high schoo... [more]

In 2017, I published a detailed statistical analysis of an educational program. Using Python (used by Data Scientists), I estimated the population mean with confidence intervals, calculated correlation between absences and volunteering, and conducted hypothesis testing (t-test) for 11 "cohorts" (non-random samples). Hello! Are you loathing that Math homework, sitting over there? Can you hear the pile taunting you? Truth is, this happens to everyone - even crazy mathematicians. Whether you got sick, fell behind, or just can't "click" with this teacher, you should know that math, on average, is [more]

If you need help on analyses or exams, I am sure I can help you succeed. I have been teaching, learning, and using statistics for over 10 years mostly in the social sciences. I am an actively publishing doctoral faculty member and teach research methods as well. Hi, I'm Scott! If you really are struggling with basic to advanced math - including statistics, and would rather pull your hair out than do math - then you've found your tutor! For over ten years, I've taught a wide range of students (undergraduates, graduate students, professionals) how to learn math and statistics in fields like edu [more]

A typical statistics course introduces a student to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data; connect all aspects of the statistical process, including design, analysis, and conclusions; communicate statistical methods, results and interpretations; learn how to read computer/calculator output. My name is Keith, and I am a 28-year-old currently residing in Derry, NH. With four years of experience in one-on-one tutoring of various levels of mathematics--from high school algebra through college-level linear algebra and statistics--as well as three [more]

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