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I can help tutor descriptive statistics (e.g. measures of central tendency and variability) and inferential statistics (e.g. one-sample t-test, independent and dependent samples t-test, AN(C)OVA, correlation, linear/multiple regression, moderation, and mediation analyses). I can also help tutor performing these inferential statistics in statistical programs such as Excel, SPSS, and R. I have taken both undergraduate statistics (i.e., Statistical Methods in Psychology [PSY320/L] at California State University, Northridge) and graduate statistics courses (i.e., Advanced Statistics [PSY670A/B] an [more]

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Having trouble with trig? Can't get your head around implicit differentiation? Systems of equations not quite adding up? Call me for any of your math needs. I have a Bachelor's degree in Pure Math and have extensive experience tutoring high school and college students in 1-on-1 and small group settings in classes all the way from algebra through upper calculus and SAT/GRE Prep. I also have proficiency in physics and basic chemistry, music theory (lifelong trumpet player), and grammar/pro... [more]

I have taught AP Statistics at the high school level, and have also tutored college students with their college statistics classes. I am a certified teacher with certifications in Mathematics and Physical Science (Physics/Chemistry). Most recently I worked at the high school level teaching Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and AP Statistics. Additionally, I teach Probability & Statistics, Precalculus, and Computer Science (Python Programming) as part of the TexPREP summer program at the University of Texas at Dallas. The Texas Prefreshman Engineering Program (TexPREP) identifies achieving middle and hi [more]

I have taught statistics and experimental design at the college level for seven years, and have consulted on statistics for research projects in psychology, medicine, chemistry and psychological measurement. My approach leans heavily on concepts and application; you will learn to analyze problems and use the correct methods for solving them. I am a former college professor (Ph.D., Psychology), businessman and researcher on computer-based training and performance tools. I have taught statistics, experimental design, technical writing and various subjects and levels in psychology (introductory [more]

** Subjects: math, all levels English/Language Arts, K-8 ** Specialties in ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Learning, Memory, Study Skills, and Instruction Over the past four years, I have helped students with specific and general learning differences achieve their grades and test score goals. I have a bachelor's degree in education from Texas Wesleyan University, and over 10 years of public school teaching experience. I have taught at the primary, second... [more]

I have taken many semesters of statistics coursework at the graduate level. My way of explaining statistics tends more towards the intuitive and less towards the mathematical, although I can cover that too. So working with me can help you understand what the concepts mean; how they appear in actual data analysis; and you can use them in your own current schoolwork and future profession. This can complement the material you have covered in class, where the discussion often centers on how to calculate things. [more]

Howdy! My name is John and being an Aggie in the engineering department allowed me to cultivate my long-existing appreciation of tutoring and helping others. I have been tutoring since I was 13 years old, and what I have been able to achieve after tutoring 500+ students since starting college, is the ability to relate the study material from closely-related majors to ones that aren't so. Most importantly, it is important if you are reading thus far, to understand that I will not be doing... [more]

After taking a few statistics classes at UNT, I was a supplemental instruction leader for an introductory statistics class. As a supplemental leader, I held study groups for students a few times a week and completed test reviews as needed. Also, my focus was in statistics at UNT. My name is Katrina and I received my mathematics degree from the University of North Texas in May 2015. While at the university, I took classes that allowed me to student teach elementary and middle school classes. I also had the opportunity to tutor college students individually during my final year by working at the [more]

I have taken AP stats in high school as well as calculus based stats in college. I am now taking stats to be an educational researcher, which includes all of the stats needed for AP Stats and further. I am a former NC math teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a Ph.D. program in Education research. I am also attending school for my masters in statistics. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connect [more]

My name is Taher, and I am a junior at Austin College. My current major Business and Administration with a minor of Neuroscience while completing the pre-med track. My plans for the future are to hopefully attend medical school and start my practice. My first experience in tutoring came in religious studies. I memorized the entire Quran at a religious institution in Houston during my sophomore year of high school. For around half a year, I tutored fellow students in their memorization and gav... [more]

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