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I remember when I first learned about confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, and sampling distributions in my first college Statistics course. I was amazed how elegant and powerful these concepts were. Since then, I have taken Mathematical Statistics, Data Analysis & Visualization, and Econometrics and received A or A+ in all of them. I even did research in Statistics (specifically Biostatistics/Paleobiology) and published my own paper. I am on my way to become a PhD student in Statistics. In the meantime, I have tutored many students in AP Statistics, college level Statistics and Probability [more]

When I began tutoring a few years ago, I firmly believed that anyone could do well in mathematics, all the way through Calculus, provided you are relatively fluent in a few formulas and make time for regular problem sets. My experience over that time has only confirmed my suspicions, and its has been a great pleasure to work with many of my students. I have always found joy in getting to the point of a big concept and keeping the focus on the purposeful real-world applications that many of ... [more]

For my Bachelor's of Science Applied Statistics degree at UC Davis I earned an outstanding performance citation for my 3.97 major GPA. I have a moderate amount of experience with R, and I've tutored over 20 students in AP statistics and college statistics. I earned an A in the following classes in college: Elementary Statistics (STA 13), Non-parametric Statistics (STA 104), Regression Analysis (STA 108), Analysis of Variance (STA 106), Brief Mathematical Statistics 1 (STA 130A), Time Series Analysis (STA 137), Categorical Data Analysis (STA 138), Statistical Computing (STA 141), Sampling the [more]

I've been teaching or tutoring for over twenty years in some form or another. For me the reward from tutoring is when I see that a student has caught onto an idea, when the light bulb goes on. In my career I've not only studied physics, mathematics and statistics, but applied them as well as time management and study skills. I can help a student succeed in all these areas. My career has included a PhD in Nuclear Physics, postdoctoral work in nuclear astrophysics and over twenty years of e... [more]

I came to the United States when I was 18 back in 2005. I earned a BA in History. While working on my BA, I taught Spanish and became a court interpreter. I taught Spanish for 3 years. I was born and raised in Mexico, so I speak Spanish (and English) natively. In 2010 I moved to Austin Texas to pursue graduate studies in public policy (which translates to economics and statistics). I have been a statistical programmer for a company based in Washington DC since 2012. I work mostly in Stata... [more]

I have been tutoring biology for six years and various subjects in math for over a decade. I have a true passion for learning and exploration in the hard sciences and want to convey to each and every student that while aspects of it may be challenging, the understanding of the world that comes from it is both beautiful and invaluable. I try to heavily focus on helping students answer their own questions to create interactions that allow them to experience for themselves, not merely witness, t... [more]

I taught undergraduate math and statistics courses at UC Berkeley for about six years while I was a doctoral student. During that time I had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of students at very different levels. I'm just as happy helping out students who just need to pass as I am working with students who are striving for that A+. I'm passionate about math and about teaching. My favorite part of graduate school was getting the chance to work with students one-on-one. Working ... [more]

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I tutor AP Statistics and college level introductory statistics courses for various disciplines: behavioral sciences, economics, health sciences, business, etc. Many students, who are new to statistics, think of it as ?pure math? subject. However, a big part in learning statistics is to apply statistical reasoning to the real world situations. I teach my students both the mathematical concepts of statistics and probability, and how to apply these concepts to word problems: recognize the statistical setting described in the scenario, then apply the correct method to solve the problem. The man [more]

I am currently in my third year at UC Berkeley double majoring in Statistics and Computer Science, and I have sincerely enjoyed my experience so far. I find so much of what I am studying extremely interesting and useful. As a result I would love to help others develop the same skills which I believe can allow one to make an impact on our world. I truly do get excited thinking about all that can be done with math and I would hope that, through tutoring, some of my passion will rub off on other... [more]

I am a lifelong student with a passion for learning new subjects and teaching what I've learned to others. As a tutor, I focus on crafting creative examples to make material more interesting, engaging, and relatable. My students appreciate my ability to make seemingly dull subjects fascinating and my commitment to helping them understand a concept from a variety of perspectives until it finally clicks. My formal education includes a Master's Degree in Public Policy and a Bachelor's Degree... [more]

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