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I have a PhD in Biostatistics and an Msc in Statistics. I have been a teaching assistant for many undergraduate and graduate statistics classes. Courses I have TA-ed include Elementary Statistics, Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Statistical Methods, Introduction to Biostatistics, Mathematical statistics, Applied Linear Models, Theory of Linear Models, Longitudinal Modeling, Logistic Regression, Applied Mixed Models, Advanced Statistical Inference, Multivariate Analysis, SAS Programming, Advanced R programming. [more]

Hello! Thanks for checking out my profile! My name is Sara, and I am currently a statistical analyst at a major insurance company in the area. I have undergraduate degrees in math, physics and finance and have spent time in the engineering world as well. I also currently teach physics for the Lakeland Community College Engineering department. I have a natural love of teaching, and have been working as a tutor for over 5 years, specializing in math, science and test prep tutoring. I work... [more]

My approach to tutoring involves helping people see the real-world applications of the topics they are studying. This process can increase the relevancy of the subject matter and increase motivation. My qualifications are: (1) I?ve completed graduate coursework in statistics and (2) I have experience conducting statistical analyses on data from behavioral experiments for publications in peer-reviewed journals. Hi, my name is Jeff. I have expertise in statistical data analysis and psychology. My knowledge stems from completing graduate coursework in statistics and psychology (I earned a Ph [more]

Even though I have never myself encountered a need to take a course purely dedicated to statistics, I have successfully tutored students struggling with concepts in statistics. Perhaps this is because I am very good at math, and tutor a lot of it, and therefore easily understand all of the math involved. It is partly because I have in the past signed out and studied statistics textbooks from the library in order to make sure I was prepared enough to help the stats students who had nowhere else to turn. Finally, part of earning my bachelor's degree in engineering physics required passing a c [more]

My name is Mr. Jared and I am in my sixth year teaching high school mathematics. I love working with kids and seeing the growth in each individual. Every kid has the opportunity at success, although some have to work harder than others. I have tutored many of my own students outside of normal school hours at Austintown Fitch High School where I work, where I will stay before or after school in a 1 on 1 or small group setting to help provided additional instruction to help them achieve mastery... [more]

I am a recent Carnegie Mellon graduate with a degree in Economics and Statistics. As a student, I worked as a teaching assistant in the Statistics department, helping younger to succeed in lower level classes. I have a strong background in statistics, calculus, and matrix algebra, as well as extensive experience in proofreading and writing skills. I benefited greatly from SAT tutoring in high school, and have retained many of the useful tricks I was taught at that time. I am able to offer tu... [more]

I am an entrepreneur with a diverse background in manufacturing and business. I enjoy tutoring in a manner that ties many subject areas together; relate those areas to daily living and the business environment; and provide a strong basic foundation for the tutee in those areas. Over the years, I have tutored in three school districts, tutored and taught math at Cleveland State University, tutored privately (math, science, reading, etc.) and volunteered as a tutor in a non-profit organizati... [more]

I have 5+ years tutoring. I worked as a peer tutor while attending SRU, and I covered everything up through Calculus 1. While at YSU I was a Graduate Assistant and my duties included teaching a class and working in their Mathematics Assistant Center (MAC). In the MAC I tutored walk-in students in the concepts from remedial Math (high school) through Calculus 1. As an instructor, I was assigned a remedial Math class. What encourages me is when a student's face lights up with understandi... [more]

I've always had a fondness for math, dating back to 3rd Grade when I would challenge my teacher to math games. I wanted to teach as a profession but after two years of education training, I dropped Education from my degree and studied Applied Mathematics instead. I yearn to learn and teach math as much as I possibly can. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Mathematics. I was a tutor for the math department at my college. Math is like art; in it's truest form, it can be beautifu... [more]

During the course of my PhD program, I completed multiple statistics courses ranging from basic statistics to structural equation modeling. My thesis and dissertation projects also required advanced statistical analyses and I am happy to help students with analyses for their projects. I have a PhD in clinical psychology, and my undergraduate degree was in both psychology and English. In addition to my specialized training in psychology, I have extensive experience in writing (ranging from research manuscripts to creative writing) and solid knowledge of statistics. I am also happy to provide tu [more]

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