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Many different math and science fields, as well as related careers, require at least some use of statistics. This means that excelling at statistics can prove to be a beneficial skill to possess. That being said, if you are struggling with your current statistics course, you may want to consider a tutor. Private Boston, Massachusetts, statistics tutoring can help you to go over topics such as numerical data, mode, and ratio. Your tutor can meet with you either online or in person at a time and place determined by you.

Varsity Tutors can help you find a statistics tutor in Boston who can assist you in studying for upcoming exams or going over confusing concepts. You can work with your tutor on formulating a customized learning plan made just for you. Because you learn in your own unique way and at your own pace, your tutor can be flexible to your learning needs. Do you feel you need to go over an entire lesson on correlation or bell-shaped curves, but have no need to cover ordinal concepts? Your tutor can offer lessons and practice problems on the areas you struggle with the most and skip over sections you have a handle on already. You can also spend as much time on one concept as you and your tutor deem necessary. Because it is just you and your tutor working through statistics, you can feel comfortable asking multiple questions on each area, which is not something you would typically be able to do in a large lecture hall.

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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
Today the student and I examined a cumulative review packet of practice AP-exam-style multiple choice questions. I was pleased to see that, for the most part, the student could remember or easily deduce most of the techniques and concepts from throughout the year.
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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
We completed our review of the material for the upcoming test (but not the final). The topics were confidence intervals for means, standard deviations and proportions and hypothesis tests for all three. The formulas are quite simple but the difficulty comes from deciding which one to choose so we spent the time talking about why you use a Z over a T test or why you use a left, right or two tailed p-value.
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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
The student and I worked on her homework, specifically focusing on the reasoning behind the theories of her homework. I explained the mathematics behind understanding Opportunity Interest Rate and how to apply it to various situations. Additionally, we worked on understanding ENPV and CV and how that affects the way someone can make choices on their investments.
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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
The student and I worked through linear regression analysis, slope confidence intervals using the Student t distribution with n-2 degrees of freedom, and inference tests using slope = 0 null hypotheses. The main issue for the student during this session in my opinion was that this chapter combined material from much earlier in the year, some of which maybe he had forgotten early on in the session, with confidence interval and hypothesis concepts that we have more recently studied. The student also had trouble identifying variables early on in the regression analysis, but by the end he was able to do all the necessary calculations and analysis required in the chapter.
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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
We continued to review in preparation for the AP exam. The student had done the sample multiple choice problems from the units we reviewed last week, so she first asked for help with the few by which she had been confused. We then moved on to such topics as probability, random variables, and confidence intervals for means and proportions. Most material is coming back to her pretty well, although I'll be refreshing my own memory before our next session in order to go through some topics with which she feels less familiar: binomial and geometric distributions, and determining sample size.
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Boston, MA Statistics tutoring
The student and I worked on a semester-culminating project that required him to perform a variety of different statistical tests in different situations. Since the student is not taking the AP exam, there's not much left for us to go over that will effect his grade.
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