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I am a licensed secondary math teacher. I am currently teaching calculus, pre-calc, and geometry at Union Christian Academy. I also have a master's in ESL besides a master's in business administration. For math, I can teach all levels from pre-algebra to calculus. I also tutor students for ACT, SAT, pre-SAT etc. For ESL, I can also teach all levels, especially TOEFL Preparation.... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 67 ratings

Whether you're analyzing data in medicine, industry, or academically, statistics provides the framework for verifying and testing hypotheses. This makes it an invaluable tool in your arsenal. My approach is to help you memorize the equations you need to know all while applying them to scenarios and circumstances you can relate to in your studies. That way, once the class is over, you'll be able to pull out those skills anytime you want. As a lifelong learner, I just can't get enough of learning new things and I want you to also experience the joys of learning and the empowerment it can bring. [more]

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Arkansas with a major in Psychology and a minor in Biology. I received a national research grant for my independent research on phantom limb, and will continue to pursue this line of research over the next year. I have a passion for learning and will begin working towards my PhD in Clinical Psychology within the next year. Not only do I personally have a passion for learning, but I love spreading this love to others around me. I believe that ... [more]

I have years of experience teaching social science students statistics and SPSS usage. I welcome students in need of statistical consulting, with a focus on SPSS usage, to contact me for more information. I graduated with two degrees from the University of Minnesota, a Social Science Ph.D. and a Master in Computer Engineering. I have been teaching social science students for over 10 years, accumulating experiences of problem solving and test preparation for students. I am interested in hel... [more]

My experience stems from both the practice and the teaching of quantitative research methods. My specific background is in social psychology, but I have consulted for projects in education, public health, and criminal justice. I am currently serving as an institutional researcher at a small public university responsible for data collection, analysis, and dissemination. I have experience with the following Quantitative Software: Excel and SPSS. I also have experience with the following... [more]

Hello! My name is Daniel and I am currently a junior at the University of Arkansas. Filled with ambition, I am the only student in the University?s history to declare a quadruple major. I am pursing a Bachelor?s degree in Political Science, Criminal Justice, Sociology and Spanish and plan to fulfill a career in law as a federal judge. When it comes to tutoring, I believe I have an equal amount of tenacity in ensuring the success of those in need of academic support. I first began tutoring... [more]

I am a lifelong learner who enjoys teaching a number of subjects. I am currently an adjunct faculty member at both Northwest Arkansas Community College, where I am teaching Data Analysis (Statistics)and Crowder College, where I teach Management and Introduction to Business. I am also an AFFA certified personal fitness trainer and teach fitness classes 4 times per week at the Walton Life Center in Bentonville. I am available to provide personal training as well, especially training that is rel... [more]

Many students go into statistics expecting to hate it, and prove themselves right when they don't understand z-scores and t-tests. My advice? Master mean (average) and standard deviation first. Let's look at two samples. Sample A: 16, 18, 22, 24. What's the mean? About how far from the mean would you say a typical member of this sample is? What's the standard deviation? Sample B: 6, 8, 32, 34. How does the mean compare to the mean before? About how far from the mean would you say a typical member of this more spread out sample is? What's the new standard deviation? If you can answer these, y [more]

A recent Ph.D, passionate about research and statistical data analysis and analytics, I also have a Masters in Statistics from University of Arkansas. I love teaching Math and have more than 7 years experience teaching/tutoring at the University level. I have taught College Algebra (introductory, intermediate and advanced levels), Finite, Trigonometry, Calculus, undergraduate and graduate level Statistics courses, Statistical computing using SAS, R, JMP, SPSS, Matlab. I have also worked in E... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.92 344 ratings

I am a very passionate individual about Mathematics and truly believe Mathematics represents "THE QUEEN" of all the science. It is a great way to represent many things in real life and it is a universal language..I consider math as a way of thinking, and it?s important to see how that thinking developed rather than only showing the result. I graduated from Edinboro University of PA with a dual degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. I performed 5 consecutive semesters as a tutor of math ... [more]

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