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I am a Mathematics (Statistics) major in the Honors College at the University of Arizona. The parenthesis in this major indicates my specific area of concentration. I am a Math Major/CompSci Minor in the Honors College at the University of Arizona. I was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona and I've spent the past 6 years tutoring students in Math. I've taken an SAT preparation course from the Princeton Review and, I'm proud to say, received a perfect score of 800 on the Math portion. I took every AP math course available to me in high school: AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and AP Statistics; r [more]

I have a PhD in psychology, and completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in evolutionary/social psychology. Accordingly, I have experience using SPSS, R, and conducting data analysis. I supervised 16 undergraduate students on their research theses, which included helping them to learn stats and analyse their data. Hello and thank you for visiting my profile. My two passions in life are learning and teaching. To me, there is nothing better than seeing a person's face light up as they suddenly understand a concept that once seemed impossible. People learn at different rates and process i [more]

This seems like a boring subject but if you consider a project that coincides with something that you are passionate about, the learning is fun and informative. As a student that shied away from almost every subject, I appreciate how daunting any subject can be. My individual finding is nothing is more rewarding than successfully winning a good grade with a subject that you struggle with. Mathematics: I have many years preparing students for success by understanding different learning styles and tutoring to a student?s style. From basic arithmetic to algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and [more]

Hey, it's Leonardo! I'm currently a student at ASU in the Barrett, Honors Program studying Aerospace Engineering with a tremendous passion for mathematics. I am the founder and ex-President of the Math Club at Betty Fairfax High School, with an ACT composite of 33 as well as in-depth experience with the rigor of all math classes in high school (and college)! I've aced every final/midterm since sophomore year, getting no less than an A+ in Pre-calculus, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, and AP Ca... [more]

?How can you not understand?? ??And you can figure out the rest for yourself? ?What?s there to be confused about?? ?It?s obvious that???Have you ever been told any of these in your class? I?ve heard these complaints from students time and time again. While completing my undergraduate work at the University of Arizona in Tucson?where I?m majoring in physics, mathematics, and business administration?I?ve tried to help as many other students as possible. I?m incredibly passionate about these ... [more]

Hello! I am currently a graduate student, working on my doctorate (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology in Phoenix, AZ. I graduated high school as a member of the honor society, and during my sophomore and junior years, I was enrolled full-time in high school courses, and part-time college courses as well. During my senior year of high school, I attended college full-time. I graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2013 with my B.S. in Health Sciences. In 2015 I graduated from Arizona State Un... [more]

I have my masters in Industrial engineering with specialization in Statistics. My areas of expertise are AP statistics, Introductory Statistics, Engineering Statistics, Statistics for psychology and nursing programs and in the graduate level- design of experiments and response surface methodology. I am a Faculty Associate teaching Statistics online for undergraduates since 2014. Prior to my graduate studies, I've worked for over 3 years at various companies including Intel. As a graduate student who took a few courses online myself, I am well aware of how online teaching works. Hence I striv [more]

I have a B.S. in Math and Statistics (2001). My statistics degree required joint courses to be completed at LSU-Health Science Center in Biometry. I completed the coursework in Biometry (theoretical statistics) at LSU-HSC (2001). I received my MPH with a minor in biostatistics from the University of Arizona (2004). I have experience teaching introductory statistics at the college level. My research was heavily based in analytical Epidemiology. Aside from my quantitative background, my research work in the sciences combined with my skills in biostatistics have enabled me to engage students in [more]

My name is David P. I have always loved math. Over the past 12 years I have been fortunate enough to make my living as a math tutor. I not only get to work with math, but help others become better math students. What I enjoy most, is seeing the transformation from a student who "hates math" to a student that is genuinely excited about and eager to learn math. Over the past twelve years, I have not only gained an extensive knowledge in math, but, more importantly, have worked with a wide varie... [more]

I have an MBA which required statistics with Excel, and a year of quantitative methods at the doctoral level. The doctoral program required SPSS as well as Excel. Before moving to Tucson from El Paso, I was an instructor in management and organizational behavior for undergraduate students at UTEP. I enjoy teaching, and sharing my knowledge and experience with students. I have lived in many cultures around the world, and welcome students of all nationalities and backgrounds. I tutored in math during my undergraduate studies, within the university and as a private tutor. In graduate school, I [more]

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