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 strive to connect and help students get more out of my online tutoring with every session. I regularly conduct office hours via Skype/Google hangout to provide extra help to those in need. In additio... [more]
Math has always been my strength and I have tutored algebra 1 extensively.
Math has always been my strength and I have tutored algebra 1 and 2 extensively.
As an Industrial engineer, I am a power user of Excel and have used Excel extensively for data analysis, constructing pivot tables and for creating GUI's with VBA.
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 have taken GRE and scored 167/170 in the Math Section, 146/170 in verbal and a 5/6 in the analytical writing section.
I've worked with SPSS extensively during my two years as a Graduate Research Assistant for WP Carey School of Business.
As a Faculty teaching Statistics for undergraduates, I've taught non-calculus based probability for over two years. I handle both discrete and continuous distributions.
I have my Master's degree in Industrial engineering with specialization in Statistics and am also faculty teaching Statistics for the last two years. Also, I've been a Teaching assistant for an undergraduate BioStatistics course.