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Statistics Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Statistics tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Statistics through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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Selected Statistics Tutors in New York City, NY

The Statistics tutors are exceedingly qualified to help you reach your goals. They come from such prestigious universities as MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other nationally recognized programs.



Undergraduate Degree:
Rice University - Mathematical Economic Analysis



Undergraduate Degree:
Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering

Graduate Degree:
George Washington University - Structural Engineering



Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Oregon - Mathematics

How we help you master: Statistics


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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Today we went over homework on reading graphs and charts, then looked over reading and science homework. Lastly did some practice graph problems. We talked about why one would use different types of graphs and practiced inferences from different aspects of each graph.

Today, we worked on concepts that will be tested on the student's final.  He practiced drawing Lewis structures, and we used these structures to determine the polarity of the molecules.  We also worked on determining what intermolecular forces are present and did a general review of bonding.

Helped all three students with academic work. Student A: Reviewed math workbook. Helped him edit and revise his current events essay. Discussed the importance of keeping a detailed planner and staying on top of test/quiz dates. Student B: helped her sort out a substantial math word problem. Reviewed her grammar homework. Student C: corrected her Spanish assignment. Helped her understand the scientific concept of dimensional analysis and worked several problems.

The student and I worked on a final paper for her managerial economics class. I helped her add several graphs and charts displaying financial information relevant to her paper.

The student and I worked on her History of Photography discussion topic on putting a group of photos in order. We also worked on 3 posts to that same discussion thread.

I mainly helped the student today with his detailed outline/abstract for his research paper on Jackie Robinson. We worked through it together, and I proofread it for him, as well as helped give him some ideas for how to organize it, as well as what to put in it, generally speaking. After finishing his work for History, we moved onto his Theology homework. I helped him with the content of the chapter itself, and we worked through the questions together.

Now that we have finished with transcription and translation, the student and I had a chance to get a head start on the next unit. During the session, we spent time looking at the different phyla and how they differ.

We covered basic addition and subtraction. We also reviewed double digit addition with regrouping. In addition to this we covered word problems and also money problems. The student is doing really well, her grades in school are reflective of our tutoring sessions. I do not have any concerns with our session!

First, we covered the most recent practice test. Our main focus is still reading. We talked about how to relax and dissipate nerves during the test, as well as how to take advantage of breaks in order to keep the mind alert. He is doing so great that managing nerves will be an important component for his overall success, as the pressure can build otherwise. Then, we focused on pushing speed while reading for longer periods of time to make sure he doesn't flag during the actual test.

We covered molarity, molality, % (v/v), % (m/m), solubility, solutes, solvents, colloids, and suspensions. The student was able to define all the terms related to these topics, and memorized all appropriate formulas. She was then able to work through problems in her textbook after we reviewed a few examples. She seemed confident with the material and felt prepared for her upcoming exam.

The student had all 15 spelling words correct. He was so happy. We worked on a jigsaw puzzle of dinosaurs that has hidden information in the puzzle. When the puzzle is finished, he can look for the information using a small magnifying glass. He is really enjoying the process and thinking about how to efficiently collect pieces that go together. We only did a portion today, and will continue again during the next session or two; I want to vary session activities, so we needed to move on to reading comprehension. We read the last chapters of "Pirates." He easily answered the questions. He also did a short reading, "Let Go of My Lego," which he enjoyed a lot. He answered all the questions correctly with ease. Finally, we read the Prologue of "Night of the Ninjas," the next book in a series. For homework, he is to read Chapter 1, by himself and not out loud, and write and proofread three sentences telling me what happens in that chapter.

The student and I reviewed all the topics from her physics notebook for her upcoming comps exam. We focused on gravity, electrostatics, light, color, and waves. We also went over torque and angular momentum. I encouraged her to make flashcards to help commit these topics to memory.

How can a Statistics tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Statistics?

Does statistics just not make any sense to you? Varsity Tutors New York offers statistics tutoring in the NYC, NY metro area. Our private statistics tutors are experienced, knowledgeable, and friendly, and can help you sort through even those statistics concepts that you find most bewildering.

Statistics is an important course to understand, as it is so often used in later mathematics and science courses, and in various other areas that rely on analyzing data quantitatively. Statistics courses can often seem incomprehensible to students, because the discipline is so different from the mathematics that they have encountered before. The NYC academic landscape is already demanding enough - professional statistics tutoring services can help you learn concepts with which you would you struggle on your own. Unlike the equation-based content taught in classes like algebra and precalculus, statistics classes introduce New York students to brand-new concepts and brand-new vocabulary to describe it, which can leave students feeling overwhelmed. When working with our New York, NY-based tutors, however, you will have no reason to feel overwhelmed, as your statistics tutoring sessions can proceed at whatever pace suits you. Your private statistics tutor will meet with you in your New York City home or another location of your choosing at a time that is most convenient for you, delivering personalized lessons that target the concepts that you struggle with most. 

Whether you’re looking for help with specific statistics problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced Statistics tutor from Varsity Tutors is here to teach you how to succeed. After talking with you about your concerns and learning goals, your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, identify your areas of confusion, and create a customized program designed to get you back on track.

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