### Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Charlestown, KY

Brent ...currently applying to medical schools and helping other students meet their academic goals by tutoring for the MCAT and other Pre-med courses. I have found that trying to study something that you're not interested in can sometimes be an act of futility. I like to find ways to engage my students with their studies in ways that are exciting and inspiring. Math and science are the keys to understanding the world around us and they...

Emory University - BS, Chemistry

Devika ...I always use to run away from Math, and then I took engineering with whole and soul of Math. This made me realize that if you find something difficult, don't run away from it, make it fun, interesting and give it time. That's exactly what I did and in no time I was as good at Math as any other Engineering courses. Engineering courses were a lot about applications in real life and my lectures...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering

Scott ...instance, learning to graph functions is simultaneously to learn how to draw various curves with algebraic formulas. So the symbols and numbers can be looked at like a code for drawing pictures with as much precision as desired. Along the same lines, solving equations is lot like playing chess. The 'x' piece has to be moved around according to the rules of the game so that it ends up along on one side of the...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics

Jacy While studying for my masters degree in mathematical sciences, I taught my own elementary statistics course. I was also an assistant teacher for calculus, college algebra, and various other college-level math courses. I love math, but I also realize that not every student feels the same way I do. My goal as a teacher is to make learning math and statistics as painless as possible!

University of North Florida - BA, Statistics

University of North Florida - MS, Mathematical Sciences: Statistics

University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - PhD, Biostatistics

Neicea ...this might mean that I provide pre-prepared visual aids or refer to online resources like Zygote Body (an online, 3D anatomical atlas) for an engaging and effective lesson. For other sessions, my approach might be to employ a color code system or mnemonics that support a specific learner in making mental connections between concepts. I will assess what works best for each student and directly target his/her educational objectives – regardless of subject, level of...

UA College of Medicine - MD, Medicine

Amanda ...college, I worked as a tutor at a public high school, teaching algebra and geometry. More recently, I received an MS in Statistics from Virginia Commonwealth University, where I tutored undergraduate students as a teaching assistant. I believe that tutoring works best if the tutor and student work together to figure out how to best help the student learn. My goal is to help the student become independent and empowered in their education. I am...

Richard Bland College of the College of William and Mary - Bachelors, Mathematics

Virginia Commonwealth University - Masters, Statistics

Talia ...Williams College in 2008, double majoring in Psychology and Sociology. In 2011, I received my California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential. I have been working in classrooms, providing academic support, since 2004. I have extensive experience working with individuals with special needs, from moderate to severe, and the gifted population. I am highly adept in tailoring education to fit each learner's needs, while maximizing output, motivation, and self-confidence. I sincerely enjoy working with children, listening to...

Williams Collegee - BA, Psychology & Sociology

Caroline ...for introductory courses. My favorite subjects to tutor are Biology and Pre-Calculus. Both are challenging subjects to understand, and I enjoy helping students conquer them. I believe that students learn best when they are comfortable, and my tutoring style reflects this belief. My ultimate goal as a tutor is to frame the subject matter in a way that can best reach learners of all types. I love being outside. On weekends, you can find me...

California State University Monterey Bay - BS, Environmental Science

Justin I will be a fifth-year statistics student at James Madison University in the Fall. I currently work on topics in computational biology. I am also a R/Python enthusiast.

James Madison University - Current Undergrad, Statistics

Bryann ...varied as Spanish, Economics, French, Mathematics, Statistics, and Finance. My students have come from various backgrounds, from middle school in suburban New Jersey to graduate school at Harvard. I have a deep love of learning and sharing my learning strategies with a diverse pool of students with an eye toward tangible success. During the week, I research economics and public policy. In my spare time, I enjoy choral music and the many museums Washington DC...

Vanderbilt University - BA, Economics, Public Policy

Harvard University - MPP, Public Policy