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Moira K. ...Send me a message and let's talk about what I can do to help you!While in law school, I served as a teaching assistant for the Research & Writing Department. I worked individually with students to improve their writing, helping them to structure persuasive arguments, understand and explain compl...
13 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, public speaking
Philadelphia, PA
Michael R. ...I conduct research at UPenn and West Chester University on colloidal crystals and hydrodynamic damping. Students I tutor are mostly college-age, but range from middle school to adult. I am a tutor with a primary focus in math and science who has worked with students on statistics for multiple years.
10 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Philadelphia, PA
Ben G. ...I look forward to working with you.I have taken Linear Algebra both as an undergraduate and graduate student in mathematics. I have also taught a course in Linear Algebra. As a PhD student, my primary area of research is Linear Algebra.
25 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Philadelphia, PA
Leo S. ...Since then, I've used differential equations in many different fields of Physics: i.e. Analytical Mechanics -- Spring exercises, inertial matrixes, etc; and Quantum Mechanics -- Eigen-value and Eigen-vector problems, Schrodinger Equation, etc. Thus, I am familiar with the theory behind it, as w...
13 Subjects: including statistics, physics, geometry, algebra 2
Philadelphia, PA
Rachel S. I am a graduate student at Drexel University studying Biostatistics. In 2012, I completed a BS in Statistics. I know the benefits of tutoring.
15 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, calculus
Philadelphia, PA

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