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Exploring Data: Describing patterns and departures from patterns Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and conducting a study Anticipating Patterns: Exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation Statistical Inference: Estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses Unlike many of the tutors that appear on this site, I an not a professional teacher. I have, however, been a tutor for many years. I got my start, quite by accident, while a physics teaching assistant at the University of California. My job was to teach a freshman physics lab course. Most of the students were [more]

I don't want to clutter you with the many subjects that I CAN teach. I want to tell you about the subject I'm an expert at: SAT and ACT. I help high school students increase their scores so they can get into their schools of choice and get top scholarship money, which saves their parents potentially thousands on the cost of college. I've worked with one of the top tutoring companies in NYC who would charge $400/50 minute session. I learned a lot from that experience and want to bring that t... [more]

I use Microsoft Office Software Suite daily (Excel, Word, Powerpoint), and know many quick tips and hacks. I have previously taught chemistry laboratory classes for college students and also supplementary discussion sessions for college general chemistry. I have tutored students at the college level in chemistry and physics, and occasionally for test preparation. I enjoy tutoring, especially helping students understand the meaning and intention of their material, whether it is for a science... [more]

As a certified science, math and special education teacher, I enjoy working with students on a daily basis. I recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Genetics as well as with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. My Master's degree is from the Warner School of Education in Inclusive Adolescent Science Education. My experience includes over 7 years of tutoring and/or teaching. I have helped students achieve success in every subje... [more]

Not so long ago the goal of education was to shape the thinking of younger generations so that, with solid background knowledge, they could, in turn, add wisdom to the common store. Since reasoning, interpretative, and problem solving skills are needed across the spectrum, different disciplines were interwoven and 'classics' -that is, the common pool of knowledge that had proved valuable and fertile over time- highly respected and heavily studied. All that has changed, in a misguided effort ... [more]

I have worked with many Data Analysis students for 20+ years. We collaborated on creating individualized strategies for how to best learn the math that maximized each Student?s strengths. And we had fun! I am a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Rochester in math education. I have worked privately and at different schools with adults, college, middle school and high school students. I am very passionate about students taking pride in their math learning abilities and see the beauty of the math itself, including Statistics. [more]

AP Statistics 5 College Statistics - A My name is Jay and I am an upcoming Junior at the University of Rochester studying Applied Mathematics on a pre-med track. I am a New Jersey native and grew up in Bergen County. My tutoring career began in high school (at Bergen County Academies) where I tutored my peers in SAT subject tests. It started as a gig to earn some extra cash on the side, but it turned into a passion where I get to talk about one of my favorite subjects: math! Through the years, it has helped me form new relatio... [more]

Statistics and probability are two sides of the same coin. Probability is a mathematical way to measure uncertainty and statistics takes probability and translates that into values you can measure and statements you can have some certainty on. Statistics defines how we create estimations, how we can predict data from known values, and we can draw conclusions from the data we collect. We also can find why our conclusions might wrong or inaccurate. I worked as a mathematics tutor while getting my Masters degree. I then was an adjunct lecturer at SUNY Brockport for a semester. I have been workin [more]

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