### Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Shawnee Mission, KS

Ashley ...interested in all subjects affecting healthcare in general. My experience with tutoring started in high school working with fellow classmates and most recently has been with student athletes at Baylor University. I love working with all levels of students and feel I connect well and adapt well to many types of personalities. During my free time I love to be active, especially outside. I also like to travel and spend time with family and friends.

Baylor University - BBA, Business

Baylor University - MBA, Business

Christopher ...the University of Kansas. After law school, I practiced law in New York City for ten years before deciding to go back to school for Classics. I am currently developing a publication on the relative clause in Ancient Greek and I hope to begin a PhD program in the fall. I completed my MA with a 4.0 GPA and received a perfect score on the verbal GRE. I also scored 168 on the LSAT and...

University of Iowa - BFA, Art

University of Kansas - MA, Classics

Vidhan ...provided me with a solid foundation in different subject areas. I tutor in math, biology, anatomy, and test preparation. My favorite areas to tutor are test preparation and math. I understand how important tests such as the ACT and SAT are to many students, and how confusing math can be at times. I want to help students to improve their performance in both these areas. When I teach, I focus on concepts and understanding the...

University of Missouri-Kansas City - Current Undergrad, Six Year BA/MD Program

University of Missouri-Kansas City - Current Grad Student, Medicine

Jordan ...Engineering I have taught statistics, calculus, algebra, trigonometry, physics, and prepped for tests like the ACT with everyone from my 10 year old nephew to my classmates in school. I don't think that science and math has to be as intimidating or scary as the world makes it out to be. Often times if we don't understand something, it's simply because it hasn't been explained to us in a way that caters to our strengths....

University of Kansas City - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Christopher ...teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics. I will someday go back for my Ph.D. in Physics but until then I am looking to grow as an engineer...

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

Samuel ...Statistics and a minor in Computer Science. I’m currently studying for actuarial exams, although I’m thinking about the possibility of pursuing a graduate degree in math instead. I have experience tutoring students on a wide range of mathematical subjects, from early high school through late college. I enjoy helping students learn not just how to do math, but how to understand it – not just memorizing formulas, but understanding what they mean, and how they...

University of Missouri-Kansas City - BS, Mathematics and Statistics

John ...the opportunity to shadow a local high school math teacher. At SLU, I worked in their Tutoring Center for one semester and during my second semester I taught a section of College Algebra. I am able to tutor many different areas of math, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Of these, my favorite is definitely Calculus, because I think that there are many people with misconceptions about the subject, and I enjoy showing people that...

Rockhurst University - BS, Mathematics

Chad ...help others succeed as well. My favorite subject to tutor is physics because I feel like learning to apply a few fundamental principles to different real world situations is extremely useful in any discipline. While tutoring I try to help students master the fundamentals so they can apply them to the material we're working on as well as future material. Outside academia, I help look after my four siblings and play more League of Legends...

Dartmouth College - BA, Economics

Brian ...themselves, and the ability to think critically while solving problems on their own. My tutoring is entirely built around those two principles. I have 2 semesters’ worth of teaching at the college level as well as extensive experience in one-on-one and group tutoring scenarios. I taught a total of 3 sections of College Algebra (MATH 101) at the University of Kansas to undergraduate students in the 2012-13 academic year as an employee of the Kansas...

Neil ...a chemist, teacher, and tutor. I'm currently working on a Masters Degree in Teaching. My favorite thing about teaching is helping students learn how awesome science is. Everything we interact with everyday is made possible because of it. I fully believe that anyone can become great at math or science. I am also an accomplished amatuer musician. I play piano and low brass instruments. I've played all over the world, and am very active in...

Brigham Young University - BA, Chemistry