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Statistics is my number one specialty at the college where I tutor. Because we have so few statistics tutors on staff, I spend a significant amount of time at the college working with students on statistics. I am well versed in all aspects of introductory statistics, including probability. My knowledge includes, but is not limited to: sampling methods, types of distributions, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, comparing two means, proportions, z and t statistics, linear regression, multiple regression, ANOVA, and nonparametric tests. I have probably spent more time as a private tutor [more]

My name is Katherine and I am a new Seattle resident who simply loves teaching. While working on my Washington State Certification, I continue to teach and put the things I learn into practice. If you are looking for an effective, enthusiastic and professional tutor, please consider my qualifications. I have had seven years of English/ESL classroom experience abroad and have taught students from age 6 to 60. My teaching experience includes TOEFL prep, English conversation, public speaki... [more]

I have taken AP statistics and graduate level statistics in my Master's. I have also used statistics extensively to complete my MS research thesis in biology. I have tutored college statistics. My approach is to encourage students to think about solve problems on their own first. This way, I can provide instruction and guidance but make sure that they student is identifying the methods to use to get to a solution on their own. Hi! I have a BS in Biology (summa cum laude) from Florida State University and a MS in Biology from University of Central Florida. During my MS, I taught college-level [more]

I am a 2nd Year PhD Student at the University of Washington, where I study personal finance and behavioral economics. I am a teaching assistant (currently for introductory Statistics). I am a former 6th and 8th grade math teacher. I really enjoy teaching in small group settings, because the satisfaction of seeing someone grasp a concept for the first time is hard to beat. On the personal side, I grew up on a farm in Montana, but love calling Seattle home. I went to college in Spokane f... [more]

I started studying probability and statistics in college during my electrical engineering studies and solidified it with four master's classes recently, applying it to Managerial Statistics and Operations Research using special software. Statistics is incredibly helpful in my work so I want to prepare high school kids for what is to come. I'm thrilled that kids can now take AP Statistics as a math class and can help establish concepts well before they go to college. As an engineering program manager for 15 years, and with an MIT degree to boot, I know my fair share of math and science, having [more]

I've just returned to the U.S. after teaching mathematics internationally for four years. I am experienced in many grade levels from grade six all the way high school (including the AP and IB curriculum). My math education started in high school helping my friends with their homework. In college, I was an official tutor for calculus and statistics. When I was in high school, my teachers scarred me for life with worksheets and repetitive practice problems. As a teacher, I try to avoid th... [more]

I am currently tutoring during downtime between projects. I am a public health and psychology researcher. I am especially skilled in research methods, statistics, psychology theory, and philosophy. I enjoy teaching by working through examples and explaining how and why we used the methods we choose. I have a Master's in Public Policy, a specialization in Public Health, a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Bachelor's in Philosophy. I believe my background in psychology and philosophy has ta... [more]

For over two decades, I have engaged my passion for science, math, engineering, and medicine. In high school, I earned top scores on AP exams in Calculus, Physics and Biology. In college, I completed bachelor?s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Molecular Biology, graduating with a 3.9 GPA. Two years ago, I completed a PhD in Bioengineering, for which I developed a novel cancer therapeutic. Now, I am one year away from completing a medical degree at a top institution in the United States. In... [more]

Hi there, My name is Daniel, and I can help you be your best! I have a master's degree in mathematics from Western Washington University, and spent a further year studying applying mathematics at Cambridge University in England. I like math, and I like helping people understand math--and people tell me I'm pretty good at that. I would love to be your tutor, whatever your needs: anything from grade school arithmetic or SAT math to college and graduate classes. Mathematical biology, financia... [more]

I have a bachelor's from Whitman College in Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology and a Certificate in Biotechnology from Shoreline Community College. Since earning bachelor's in 2005 and my certificate in 2017, I have tutored a diverse group of students in a wide variety of environments ranging from high school students privately to college students in university learning centers at Walla Walla Community College, Washington State University, and Shoreline Community College. I ha... [more]

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