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Hello, I am Tina. I recently graduated from UC Irvine with a degree in Chemistry and I have also received American Chemical Society certification for professional education while at the university. I have been tutoring students in math and science for the past couple of years. I've tutored math subjects ranging from common core mathematics to differential equations. I've also tutored students in chemistry, biology, and physics. I have taught students one on one and have also tutored in aft... [more]

I began taking statistics coursework in my senior year of high school in 2007. When I enrolled in undergrad as a psychology major I was required to take introductory statistics and a course on ANOVA. In graduate school I've taken the following statistics courses: 1) Intermediate (reviewing mostly inferential statistics) 2) ANOVA 3) Regression 4) Categorical Data 5) Meta-Analysis 6) Multivariate Topics 7) Content Analysis Hi, and thanks for your interest! I'm Jennifer, a student in the graduate program in Social Psychology at Claremont Graduate University. I've been studying psychology [more]

I am a Computer Science undergraduate at California State University, Fullerton. I have been tutoring for over 3 years and have experience tutoring elementary through college level students. I have successfully prepared students for SAT and ACT Math tests, and up to Trigonometry/Pre-calculus classes. In high school, I was in an accelerated math program where I was able to take AP Calculus AB my junior year, and AP Calculus BC my senior year. After taking the AP Calculus AB & BC Exams, I scor... [more]

Scientist, educator, gamer, dreamer. I have worked as a member of technical staff at NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and as an ecologist at the National Park Service. Much as I enjoyed the art of science, I found that I enjoyed teaching even more. Science, math, nature, and life are intimately connected. When I help others to find joy in science and math, I know I am helping to create a better world - stronger, safer, and happier. Research shows that relevance and engagement are importa... [more]

I completed the statistics requirements that are part of a PhD program. This includes, ANOVA and multiple regression. Currently I am taking more advanced courses in Hierarchical linear modeling. "When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. " Alexander Heijer Ever since my high school years I've found joy in helping others through education. It was then I found my calling in psychology and have pursued it ever since. I recently earned my Masters from UC Riverside in Developmental Psychology. The focus of my research was on how children and youth who [more]

I am a graduate from Cal Poly Pomona with a B.S in Applied Mathematics/ Statistics, I am now presently working on my M.S in Pure Mathematics at Cal Poly, with my research topic being in Mathematical Statistics. Early on into my academic career in mathematics I realized I had a passion for stats, so I began to take all of my upper division courses in any sort of stats course I could take. While in college I taught a supplemental calculus course, which I provided extra practice and extra guidan... [more]

My teaching philosophy is to facilitate a conducive learning environment that allows my students not only to learn the subject matter, but also to begin to believe in themselves and their abilities. I have had teaching experience back in Nigeria, first teaching grade school in the early eighties and afterward, assisting students preparing for certification, professional, and entrance examinations. In addition to holding an MBA and degrees in Accountancy (BSc) and Information Systems (MS... [more]

Most statistics classes are a combination of probability and then statistics. I try and focus on some of the common themes, such as finding z-scores and how that relates to different problems. Once that is understood, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing becomes more doable. I tutor AP stats, college stats and some applications in management or business classes. Hi all, My name is Josh. Thank you for taking the time to consider me as a tutor. I am a Lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona and Whittier College. I would recommend reading some of my students' reviews to get a better idea of who I am [more]

I am a PHD candidate (ABD) with a focus in Higher Education. I have passed all of my statistics courses with an 'A'. I have completed my fourth quantitative course and the focus is on path analysis, factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. I have experience with survey construction as a student as well as an employee conducting research. I can place survey results into SPSS and interpret and write up data outcomes. Other areas of statistics include basic concepts- descriptive statistics, inferential statistics (regressions, multiple regressions), chi square, standard deviation, z s [more]

Dear Potential Students or Parents, My name is Tim. I am currently a CSULA Mathematics Professor. This year is my third year teaching for CSULA. I do believe that with my abilities I will be successful to help you for ALL math. In the meantime of teaching in CSULA, I have been teaching for East Los Angeles College and Citrus Community College. Therefore, I learn a lot of what are really the students DO needs. Moreover, I have taught the K-12 classes in the summer for the Escalante Program... [more]

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