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Statistics shows us how to analyze data. Is the data signficant? Is it above average? How do we know? Statistics has its own language. What is the mean, mode, variance, factorial, or normal distribution? Do you know how to use your graphing calculator for statistics? There are many websites which can help you step by step with the computations. How about Excel statistics? I provide one-on-one science (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, genetics, molecular biology, organic chemistry, and physics), math, statistics, and Microsoft Excel tutoring to junior high, high school, and college student [more]

Hello, I have a passion for education. I have a Bachelor of Art's degree in Foreign Languages. I have a Minor in Math/Computer Science and the equivalent of a Minor in English. I have started working on my Master's degree in English. I currently teach GED classes through Rock Valley College. I truly enjoy this as I get to teach a variety of subjects. My favorite subject is actually math. I know that math is usually the most difficult subject for students. However, I am equally happy to tut... [more]

I have been teaching mathematics at a local High School for 21 years. I have taught every level in those years from basic algebra to AP Calculus and everything in between. I absolutely love my job teaching and working with young people. I understand that math is not everyone's favorite subject as it was not always mine throughout high school. However, once I started in Calculus classes at Northwestern, I found that I really enjoyed math. The number one reason I became a teacher was that ... [more]

I'm a Ph.D. physicist at Fermi National Labs, working on the CMS experiment at CERN. I have degrees in physics and electrical engineering, as well as a minor in math. I've taught seven college physics classes, as well as a college calculus class. I've tutored math and physics on and off for the past 16 years, including college, SAT, high school, and middle school students. I like tutoring for the personal interaction and personal attention I can give each student. It lets me help the stude... [more]

I am a Psychology professor at a small private university in the midwest. I have a Ph.D in social and industrial/organizational psychology. I teach across a variety of areas of psychology, including social psychology, developmental psychology, and cognitive psychology. My specialization is teaching statistics and research methods across the behavioral sciences. I could also tutor in academic and professional writing. I especially love teaching statistics because it is so rewarding to see ... [more]

I recently graduated from Upper Iowa University and received my Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with an Economics minor. I enjoy mathematics because I have learned about its complex applications while still appreciating its simplicity in nature. While in college, I tutored mathematics and economics courses which enhanced my patience and teaching ability. Outside of academics, I enjoy sports; my favorite sports to watch are football and basketball. I also play the piano and the saxophon... [more]

I am a recent graduate from UIC with a double major in Statistics and Psychology. I finished college within 3 years, and motivated to tutor people. I have volunteered in the Chicago land area teaching elementary students basic science concepts. Moreover, I have been tutoring many of my peers in mathematics and statistics. Algebra 1 &2 Elementary (K-6th) Elementary Math Algebra Trigonometry Calculus 1,2, and 3 Statistics Major Contact me to schedule lessons. ... [more]

Until the age of 12, when I was not occupied with schoolwork, I rode my bicycle to the nearest rivers and creeks to search for frogs and turtles, I visited the library and read all I could find on the habits and habitat of these and other creatures native to Southeastern Wisconsin. Some of that must have rubbed off on my son who is a botanist at the Morton Arboretum. When I was in seventh grade, a boys choir was started at the grade school I attended and so began my lifelong love of music... [more]

Hello! My name is Sam and I am certified to teach secondary mathematics in Illinois. In May, 2010, I graduated from Clarke College in Dubuque, Iowa with a BA in Mathematics, certification in Secondary Education, and a minor in Spanish. I graduated with highest honors from both high school and college. I went on to get a Master's of Science Degree in Mathematics from Aurora University. I currently teach at a high school in Aurora, Illinois. I enjoy tutoring because it gives me a chance to work... [more]

Hi, I'm Damon. I genuinely enjoy sharing my enthusiasm about math and view it as a mission to help improve math's reputation among the topics of study. I started tutoring as a math grad student working on my PhD, and continued on during and after my academic teaching. In many ways I prefer tutoring to teaching in a traditional classroom setting, because while tutoring I have the luxury of being able to respond specifically to a student?s concerns and craft my message for just one student a... [more]

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