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I took statistics as an undergrad and in grad school. I have my textbooks from those courses. I have experience teaching for six years. I have a degree from Fairfield University in Physics and minors in Philosophy and Mathematics. I also have quite few courses of graduate Mathematics under my belt. I currently work as a substitute teacher and I worked at Nature's Classroom for over six years. I am currently in the process of getting a secondary Mathematics teacher certification. I have lived in Fairfield County for almost my whole life and have a great deal of experience working with young pe [more]

Growing up as a sports fan, I always gravitated to statistics. In school and professionally, I have also had many roles where my propensity to dig into stats has been helpful. Usually, I can take the strange terms and turns them into normal language for those who are struggling. This lead to many "Ah-Ha!" moments. I have over 20 years experience helping student improve their performance in math courses and standardized tests. I have an BS in Engineering with Math minor and also an MBA but more importantly, I have found that many of my 'secrets' of success can be easily passed on. The proc [more]

A.P. Statistics teacher and tutor for over seven years I have been a certified math teacher in Connecticut for 10 years. My areas of specialty include but are not limited to: A.P. Statistics, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, and Business Math. I have been tutoring for approximately 7 years, and enjoy helping students who are motivated to improve. I am patient, experienced, and am able to help students of all ability levels, grade 7 through college. Please let me know if you have any questions. My hours are somewhat limited due to previous tutor... [more]

I was employed as an AP Statistics reader for College Board in 2004. I have 39 years experience of teaching high school math in private and public schools. I can tutor in basic math, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, AP Statistics, SAT & PSAT math and test taking strategies. I am a former math department chairperson and AP statistics reader for the Educational Testing Service. I retired 4 years ago and have since returned to a local public high school as the math dept tutor and I also teach a SAT math prep course at night in the school district. My philosophy is t... [more]

Dear Students, I am a Ph.D. student at Yale working on my thesis in computer engineering. In college, I studied electronics with a focus on mathematics, computer science, and robotics. I became interested in engineering and the sciences, as I am naturally inquisitive about the world around me. I enjoy taking things and concepts apart, and understanding why they make sense because that helps me understand them on a deeper level. I also really enjoy teaching because when I break down a comp... [more]

I enjoy making mathematical concepts accessible to the students. Some students grasp the concepts quickly, while others learn at the slower pace. I try my best to work at the student's pace, illustrating the material with lots of examples. I've been tutoring and teaching mathematics at college level for over 25 years. I also worked with students in grades 7-12. Tutoring and teaching has been a fun and creative experience. It's also been rewarding to see students do well in their math co... [more]

I have a M.A. in Mathematics, and. a M.S. in Applied Statistics. During my recent time at the university, I was a graduate assistant helping students in these academic areas. I also have 5 years experience as a professional tutor, during which time I have helped students at all levels, from High School to PhD. I have taught basic statistics, statistical theory, data analysis, experimental design, interpretation of results, and preparation of reports. I also have experience working with major software packages: SPSS, Stata, SAS/JMP, R/RStudio/R-Commander, and a few others. [more]

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