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Kirk T. ...It does not have to be so hard! God gave me the special ability to translate statistics into plain English. Using proven memory techniques, I connect new abstract concepts with things that you already know.
6 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 2, precalculus
$57.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Tristan W. ...In my mini projects I researched combinatorial chemistry, and self organizing maps. My PhD was in the area of computation neuroscience, which I am now using as a postdoctoral researcher at UCSD. I have years of experience teaching, both online and in person.
24 Subjects: including statistics, physics, algebra 1, calculus
$55.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Daniel B. ...I help students understand the principles involved and build confidence in their skills an abilities. I observe the students' problem solving process and provide constructive feedback. My goal is to make learning the material easy and enjoyable.
28 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, physics
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Guliz C. ...I am an expert in advanced statistical methods, such as multilevel modelling, multiple regression, structural equation modelling and nested design analyses as well as basic ones such as T-test and ANNOVA. I have knowledge on SPSS and EQS. I have invested a lot of time preparing for the TOEFL exam during my master's and Phd degree applications.
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, anatomy, business
$40.00/hr
La Mesa, CA
Jacob B. ...I have privately tutored Discrete Math in the past. I took a course in Discrete Math as an undergraduate at UCSD. C++ is the first programming language I ever used, at about age 12.
22 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA

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