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Pam S. ...My doctorate is in Quantitative Research Methods (e.g., statistics, SPSS). While there is role for memorization, I believe in focusing on working with students to develop an understanding of the mathematics.I taught Algebra I for five years (8th grade, 9th grade, and college algebra). In my caree...
12 Subjects: including statistics, GRE, prealgebra, Microsoft Excel
$75.00/hr
Newtonville, MA
Greg C. ...Finance (API 141) NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 1. Statistics for Social Science Majors 2. Statistics (MATH 2280) 3.
7 Subjects: including statistics, English, accounting, finance
$85.00/hr
Chestnut Hill, MA
Matt L. ...Every session is unique; I don't prepare a script in advance. I know and love the material I teach, so I can talk about it on the fly. I ask questions constantly, and I expect to be asked questions – that is part of the fun!
33 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, physics
$200.00/hr
Boston, MA
Andrew F. ...My style of teaching and tutoring is structured but also friendly and conversational - I want to make sure you don't just memorize everything but that you actually understand the larger concepts. A key factor in achieving this is motivation - before you can learn anything, you have to *want* to ...
38 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, elementary math, ACT Math
$75.00/hr
Newton, MA
Peter L. ...I've also taken mathematical methods courses which went deeply into complex analysis, Greens Functions formulations, Sturm-Liouville theory, hypergeometic functions, and complex analysis. I feel comfortable facing any problem in ODEs or PDEs with little or no preparation. (The same for linear al...
27 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
$75.00/hr
Cambridge, MA

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