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Yamil V. ...As a social scientist by training, I am routinely working with data. Throughout my coursework, I have had to use STATA frequently and know how to run various models as well as interpret results generated by those models. I have tutored students using STATA and have helped them solve various statistical/programming problems.
15 Subjects: including SPSS, probability, algebra 1, statistics
Brooklyn, NY
John F. ...In High School I interned with an English teacher, learning both the front and back ends of the calling. I prepared lesson plans, taught classes in fiction, poetry, and film, and met with students one on one to review difficult concepts. When College courses began I became a leader of the camp...
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, SAT math, prealgebra, geometry
Brooklyn, NY
Devin F. ...Whatever skill area I am working with the student, my main goal for my students is independence. When students independently identify problems, develop strategies, and use those strategies, they take ownership of their learning, leading to further skill gains. Although I specialize in helping s...
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, SAT math, English, reading
Brooklyn, NY
Sebastian T. ...Math can be hard if you miss some steps in class, but with a tutor you can fill in those gaps and you'll get really good! A little about me: I studied physics at Bard College and in the Ph.D. program at the University of Maryland, College Park. I was a teaching assistant for math and physics courses at Georgetown University and at the University of Maryland.
10 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, probability, ACT Math
Brooklyn, NY
Andrea N. ...For each lesson, I tell the student the concept they must master. Then I provide drill after drill to practice the concept. At the end of those drills I provide the student with several atypical examples which cannot be done by following a pattern, but must instead be solved using a theoretically-driven understanding of the concept.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, prealgebra
Brooklyn, NY

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