# 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

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

Patrick ...educator with more than 20 year of experience, and in that time I've developed techniques to make the material understandable. I've led test prep courses for Kaplan for the GMAT, SAT, ACT, and GRE and was also a Kaplan teacher-trainer, so I was entrusted to teach other test prep professionals best practices. My personal goal is to help each of my students perform at their very best, and continue my record of success in doing...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Louisville - Masters, MBA

Komba ...Bachelors degree from Columbia University, where I also served as a tutor. I have also tutored countless number of CUNY students studying to pass the CUNY Assessment test in Math. Each student is unique, and I understand that the techniques and style I use is tailored directly towards the needs of the student. I am a very good listener, and I try my best to make my students very comfortable at all times. My main...

Columbia University in the City of New York - BS, Electrical Engineering

Stony Brook University - MS, Statistics

Ginny ...with a BA degree in Economics. I am now pursuing my MA degree for Applied Economics at Northeastern University. While in college, I was a TA for Principles of Microeconomics and Intermediate Microeconomics. With over two years of teaching experience, I am confident that I have the ability to be a great tutor to you. I love to offer what I know to assist students in their learning process and share my enthusiasm for the...

Emory University - BA, Economics

Northeastern University - MA, Applied Economics

Miles ...favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics, and engineering because I enjoy problem solving. My approach to tutoring is hands on problem solving while helping the student grasp concepts with real world examples. I enjoy any activities which get me outside including fishing, hiking, and golf. I am former nuclear engineer with in-depth knowledge in calculus, physics, engineering, upper level math, and statistics. Pick me if you want to grasp concepts quickly, learn how they...

University of Tennessee - BS, Nuclear Engineering

USF - MS, Engineering Management

Reema ...in 2011 with a BA in Mathematics, where I also focused heavily on pre-med courses. Having recently completed my M.S. in Global Medicine from USC, I plan to attend medical school while continuing my work as a tutor, and look forward to working towards improving health care access and delivery. As a tutor with over 2 years of professional experience, I am dedicated to my students and strive to teach in ways that best facilitates...

Northwestern University - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MS, Global Medicine

Augustine I have a PhD in Physics and a MBA in Finance. I currently work in a corporate treasury position. I have strong analytical skills, including Algebra, Calculus, Finance, Statistics and all types of Physics. I have tutored independently several years while attaining my PhD and was also an adjunct faculty member at Northeastern University teaching undergraduate Physics.

UMass Lowell - PhD, Physics

Bentley University - MBA, MBA - Finance

Madison ...gain confidence from understanding something they had previously struggled with. I find it effective to compare math to things students already understand. For instance I once tutored a girl who struggled with solving simple algebraic functions so I told her it was just like putting on eye liner. What you do to one side of the equation you must do to the other, just as you'd do with your eye liner! Ever since that comparison...

University of Oregon - BA, Accounting

Mark ...in which a group of tutors met once a week to discuss better strategies to help teach students who were struggling with course material. Additionally, while at Stanford, I was a teaching assistant for an upper-level Developmental Neurobiology course for undergraduate and graduate students, leading discussion sections to go over course materials and readings. I tutor a broad range of subjects and tests, including the SAT and MCAT. My favorite subjects to tutor are the...

Harvard University - BA, Neurobiology

Stanford - MD, Medicine