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Michael H. ...In addition, I had five undergraduate students working in my laboratory who applied to Medical School. Four out of five were accepted, the other one went on to get a Ph.D in Neuroscience. As a tenured professor at Oakland University, Rochester, MI, I was an advisor for over seventy undergraduate students.
54 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, writing
Arlington, TX
Garnet H. ...I have taken a semester of Biostatistics and have also helped several students with it. Admittedly, I am not that proficient in the biological aspects of it, but I am very much proficient in its statistical aspects and I have tutored a number of Applied Statistics courses. I have taken over two years of programming in Pascal and a year of programming in C.
44 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, C, ACT Math
Richardson, TX
Robert D. ...Sincerely, Dr. Bob I was a former Tax Examiner for the IRS and went through their entire training system. In my business endeavors, I spend time with many individuals who are experts in Tax systems at the local, state, and federal level.
95 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, chemistry
Fort Worth, TX
Justin A. ...Also, differential equations is one of the courses that I tutored while working in the math clinic at UTA. I've taken linear algebra at the graduate and undergraduate level, receiving an A and a B, respectively. My PhD work has focused on algebra, which has required that I be exceedingly familiar with vector spaces and linear transformations, which are heavily used in linear algebra classes.
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Denton, TX
P. Francis P. I currently am a Chemical Engineer for a mid-sized niche chemical manufacturing facility in Carrollton, TX. I received my Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kansas in 2010. During my time at KU, I was a TA for a Calculus II course through the math department and a Material and Energy Balances course through the chemical engineering department.
28 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Arlington, TX

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