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

Brent ...and learn. I am 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...

Emory University - BS, Chemistry

Scott ...for math in the fall. Before I developed a passion for math, I was a student of visual art and music. In fact, I became interested in math because I began (suddenly, with a little help from art manifestos) to see it as sculpture. (In my free time, I create computer animation using both math and programming skills.) As I tutor, I like to communicate this enthusiasm. For instance, learning to graph functions is simultaneously...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics

Devika ...are, you are lucky, if you are not, you are like me. I work hard on things I am good at, but harder on things I am not. Sometimes, working hard is not enough. Working hard in the right direction with effective time management skills is what got me here. In my school years, I tried running away from certain subjects only to find myself chasing them later. I always use to run away from...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering

Michelle ...certificate in American Sign Language. I also have an A.A. in Liberal Arts from Lone Star as well. I will be continuing on in my education when I attend the University of Houston to major in Mechanical Engineering. I've been working as a professional sign language interpreter and tutoring high school and college students in various levels of math. I'm most passionate about working with deaf students by helping them develop the basic skills to...

Sam Houston State - BA, Mathematics

Christian ...in math of any kind, ranging from Middle School Math to AB Calculus. My favorite subject to tutor would definitely be Statistics, since I have acted as a Teacher's Assistant for a statistics course and just feel very comfortable with that material. Additionally it's where my roots lie, and will always hold a little sentimental value to me. In such a position, I discovered my style of teaching, which is to teach by example; running...

Stony Brook University - B.S., Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Adam ...Webster University in 2014. Since my graduation I have taught high school mathematics in both the public and private school environments, as well as continuing to tutor in my spare time. In the past, I have worked with students in a variety of subjects, most focusing on mathematics (pre-Algebra through Calculus and Statistics) and standardized test preparation. In my role as a tutor, my goal is two-fold: to review and reinforce previously taught material, and...

Saint Louis University-Main Campus - B.A., Mathematics

Webster University - M.A., Mathematics

Andrew I enjoy working with students to develop their analytical, quantitative, and problem solving skills. My key areas of expertise are any type of math, physics I, and finance/accounting. I am very good at explaining difficult concepts and breaking down problems into manageable steps. My undergraduate eduction is in engineering and I have an MBA in finance. I am an adjunct professor of finance and have experience tutoring high school and college students.

MIT - BS, Mechanical Engineering

NYU - Stern - MBA, Finance & Management

Brian I am an attorney with a background in finance and economics and an interest in history and political science. Throughout my academic career, I worked with a variety of students and enjoyed helping them master subject matter and prepare for tests. I look forward to helping students in the greater Washington area.

University of Virginia-Main Campus - BA, Economics

University of Virginia-Main Campus - JD, Law

Dan ...enrolled in the Integrated Bachelor's and Master's Program for Secondary Biology Education at the University of Connecticut, I believe that I have the prerequisite depth of knowledge and experiences in educational settings necessary to tutor all students. My emphasis as a teacher is the learning of the process rather than simply the product. Ensuring that the students have a deep understanding of the content will allow them to succeed more than simply teaching them a...

University of Connecticut - BS, BS, Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences Education

University of Connecticut - MA, Curriculum and Instruction: Science Education

Lionel ...I also love Statistics and Probability and am going to Graduate School at UCLA for Bio-statistics so I have those subjects down as well. I think tutors are there to help polish concepts and check for real understanding of the subject. Instead of just plugging in numbers and getting the right answers I want you to know what those numbers represent, what the correct way to pursue the problem is, and why that is the...

University of Arizona - BS, Math/Statistics