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Susan C. ...I’m capable of reducing the material into digestible chunks without losing sight of the big picture. I have been happily tutoring Statistics for the last 3 years and look forward to many more fruitful tutoring sessions. My Credentials include the following 11 credit units: Intro to Probability and Statistics, Statistics with Computer Application, and Graduate level Advanced Statistics.
8 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, Microsoft Excel, psychology
$45.00/hr
Burbank, CA
Ovid M. ...When working with students, I want to teach them not just facts, but concepts, procedures, and good study habits. I also have a great deal of patience and can work at a student's own pace. Because every student is unique, my flexibility can accommodate each student's individuality.
20 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, Chinese
$45.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Jennifer W. ...I'm new to tutoring, so I'm still working out what methods seem to have the best results. In general, I like to understand what my students hope to gain from their courses so I can tailor the breadth & depth of subject matter we cover. I can review what you've learned in your coursework but also help you go further into material you find interesting or particularly difficult to master.
3 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, psychology
$30.00/hr
La Verne, CA
Pierre M. ...I did this to perform all the calculations required to satisfy the requirements of my MSEE degree which I got in 1971. Since then, I have solved countless programming challenges while employed at Ford Research (Dearborn, MI), at various small companies and finally at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. I have a PhD in theoretical physics from MIT, which I obtained in 1975.
23 Subjects: including statistics, French, calculus, piano
$65.00/hr
Pasadena, CA
Joshua R. ...The idea of a conceptual and non-algebraic proof is somewhere I see a lot of students go wrong. When working with geometry definitions, theorems and postulates play a much larger role than in algebra. When tutoring pre-algebra I try and focus on the different skills needed to excel in algebra.
32 Subjects: including statistics, English, calculus, physics
$40.00/hr
La Verne, CA

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