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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 5 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
Burbank, CA
Jason K. ...I have also had the opportunity each of the last two summers to be the lecturer/professor for a summer course at UC Irvine. In between teaching and research in statistics education, I have had the pleasure to tutor middle school, high school, undergraduate, graduate, and mba students in math and...
4 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, probability, STATA
Pasadena, CA
Phoebe W. ...Experienced and in-depth individualized tutoring tailored for individual needs for all areas of the test which includes the following sections: • Reading Passage 2. Preparation of lessons based on the actual layout of the SAT exams as developed by the test-maker, the College Board (CB). 3. Prov...
54 Subjects: including statistics, English, chemistry, reading
Los Angeles, CA
Dominic S. ...After all, if they found it easy, I wouldn't be there. For me, the biggest payoff of tutoring is the moment when the student 'gets it,' when the metaphorical light bulb turns on and what had once been impenetrable becomes straightforward. As for my specific qualifications and thoughts on tutoring math - my SAT Math score was 798.
9 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, algebra 2
Venice, CA
Jose R. ...Showing the steps to the problem helps you practice and store that information for a long time rather than just memorizing prior to a test. I will break down the problem and explain it in a manner where no terminology may confuse the student. I'd rather take 10 minutes explaining one problem than having to repeat myself multiple times because of my poor explanation.
9 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Los Angeles, CA

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