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Since every student is different, I try to “customize” my approach to meet the individual needs of the student. I think it is important to spend a lot of the sessions working with students to help them develop strategies for solving problems. At the same time, if needed, we discuss the theory that is required. (read more)
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I recently taught Introduction to Statistics at Burlington (NJ) County College (8 semesters from 2004 to 2006) and have successfully tutored statistics and biostatistics up through the PhD level. You will find numerous statistics and biostatistics student testimoni... (read more)
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