6 Statistics Tutors Found Near San Antonio, TX



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Stephanie L.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78249

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 107 ratings

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Tutors Statistics, Most Areas of Psychology and APA Style!

I graduated with a BA in Psychology and Anthropology in 1999 from The University of Texas at San Antonio. I graduated with an MS in Psychology from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2004. I have taught the following courses: Statistics, Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Cross Cultural Psychology, Personality, Theories of Learning, Developmental Psychology, Lifespan Development, and Experimental Psychology. I also have expertise in technical writing, APA style, general gra... [more]


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Amanda J.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78233

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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A Psychology Graduate looking to help with data and proofreading

I have two degrees in Psychology that required classes in Statistics and Research methods, which are covered by the AP Statistics exam. I also taught SPSS (a statistical software) to college students during my last year of graduate school and tutored for college statistics. I have my Bachelors in Psychology & History from Texas State University. During my time as an undergraduate student, I was a supplemental instructor for History, meaning I created study sessions for students taking American History. I loved tutoring history and helping students prepare for essay tests and basic vocabulary q [more]


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Darla K.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78219

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

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I love tutoring!

I have taught and tutored statistics in high school and college--to math majors, business majors, and social science majors--for over 20 years. I have also worked as a Director of Institutional Effectiveness in which quantitative analysis was the primary focus of my daily work. Statistics is a powerful tool for decision making-it is one of my favorite areas of applied mathematics. I have a PhD from University of the Incarnate Word, a Master's in Mathematics, and a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics from UTSA. I have been teaching and tutoring for almost 30 years. I can tutor any type of math [more]



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Amos O.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78251

Will travel 20 miles

$49 per hour.

4.73 45 ratings

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Math/SPSS-Statistics and Research Paper/Dissertation coach

I am a Math educator and Statistics instructor: a certified high school Math teacher since 2004. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math Models, Pre-calculus and Advanced Quantitative Reasoning. I have my Bachelor's in Statistics and Master's in Math Education. I have for many years, used SPSS, JMP and R for data analysis for my graduate classes as well as helping other graduate students with their analysis. I have also taught statistics at the college level My areas of expertise a... [more]


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Fred P.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78230

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.84 98 ratings

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Ph.D. Will Get You There

I am a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology and took many courses in graduate statistics. I have used statistics throughout my research career and have in the past several years taught undergraduate statistics at local universities. My ratings from students were excellent. I am familiar with SPSS, having taught it recently in an Experimental Design class. I love to teach statistics and my philosophy is that no one should be intimidated by it! I am a Ph.D. psychologist who has extensive teaching experience at the secondary and university levels. I have taught numerous psychology and statistics [more]


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Valentine G.

Statistics Tutor

San Antonio, TX 78207

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Patient and Effective Mathematics Tutor

Although I had small class sizes, most if not all my students passed the AP Stats exam with at least the minimum score. My masters degree required courses in probability theory which is one of the topics in a standard stats class. I also taught the class using graphing technology, so the student would learn using it as well. The trend in stats is conceptual understanding and knowing what to do with data. This approach frees the student to master thinking versus numerical number crunching. I have always enjoyed the field of mathematics and have a passion and desire to share it with others. [more]