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Jillian R. ...Parents and students love my work. One mom wrote my boss praising my first session with her son, "he learned more in 90 minutes with her than he did during a whole semester class of SAT prep in Europe. He also likes working with her." In only three weeks of tutoring, I brought another student's SAT score up 120 points.
30 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, reading
$160.00/hr
New York, NY
John M. ...My teaching approach is to focus on specific practical problems to improve familiarity with the language, and then to introduce principles underlying more complex operations. I can also teach non-relational and especially graph databases. I have an academic grounding in microeconomic theory, game theory, economic systems, and the relevant mathematics.
62 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, English
$240.00/hr
New York, NY
Adam F. ...I have tutored students in basic Probability as well as Calculus-based courses working out of the texts from Sheldon Ross and Robert Hogg. I am able to tutor students in courses which cover such topics as discrete probabilities, conditional probabilities, random variables, marginal probabilities...
34 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
New York, NY
Daniel S. ...I've also gotten a 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam. I've gotten 5's on all AP physics exams (Physics C Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism, Physics B). I am taking courses in physics at Cornell University. Contact me to set up a lesson and I promise you will come out truly understanding the concepts.
10 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
New York, NY
Yamil V. ...I am a doctoral candidate at Stony Brook University, a school known for its focus on quantitative methods. I have been programming in Python for roughly three years, building a computational model of immigration politics in the United States. The model takes in information about the Census and uses it to simulate interactions between immigrants and native-born residents.
14 Subjects: including statistics, writing, philosophy, GRE
$50.00/hr
New York, NY

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