# Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Louisville, KY

Brent ...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 can...

Emory University - Bachelor of Science, Chemistry

Patrick ...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 so!

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Louisville - Masters, MBA

Scott ...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 equals...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Mathematics

Yasmine ...in the Departments of Development Neuroscience & Pediatrics at the Columbia University Medical Center. I completed my premedical requirements at the Bryn Mawr College post-baccalaureate premedical program. I am currently getting my Masters in Public Health at Thomas Jefferson University and will begin medical school at Jefferson in 2013. Having been a mentor and tutor with a handful of organizations, I am able to engage with students of all levels. I look forward to working...

Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelor in Arts, Environmental Biology, Sustainable Development

Thomas Jefferson University - PHD, Public Health and Medicine

Matthew ...in math will benefit any and every student and allow them to understand not only math subjects, but will allow the student to understand other subjects better as well. It is my belief that mathematics is not just based on repetition and memorization, but on a way of thinking that all students should embrace. My goal is to help students understand the problems they are trying to solve and to promote a critical thinking environment...

University of Arizona - Bachelor of Science, Finance

Max ...do with what I learn than what I hope to teach. The process of observing an individual student's academic tendencies, analyzing the way he or she comprehends information and diagnosing the best course of instruction makes each tutoring experience unique and exciting. I am of the strong belief that, regardless of the subject, students should be presented with material in a way that best matches their specific, innate learning style. Of all the subjects that...

University of Arizona - Bachelor of Fine Arts, BFA Musical Theatre

Reilly ...I received a perfect score of 800 on the SAT Math portion. I took every AP math course available to me in high school: AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and AP Statistics; receiving scores of 5, 5 (with a 5 on the AB subsection), and 3 respectively. I also have extensive experience in dealing with ADD/ADHD in relation to both academia and day-to-day life. But more important than all of this is the fact...

University of Arizona - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Carmen ...working from a compelling thesis statement to a detailed outline to an excellent and convincing final paper. I'm a very patient tutor and love to use fun games to engage students while making sure that they understand the material rather than just memorizing. I'm passionate about learning, but outside of academia I spend my free time traveling, cooking, and making art. In college, I was lucky enough to study in Abu Dhabi, Florence, and Buenos...

New York University - Bachelor in Arts, Literature

Madison ...and 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...

University of Oregon - Bachelor in Arts, Accounting

Chris ...reaching from sub-atomic quarks to black hole singularities. Overcoming my own difficulties with mathematics and English has encouraged me to help other people overcome their difficulties. I am very patient and try to make the assignments as interesting as possible to draw in students that are having difficulties with a subject, as well as offer advanced tips and techniques to students doing very well. Some of my favorite hobbies include: playing music, martial arts, figure...

San Diego State University - Bachelor of Science, Physics

San Diego State University - Masters, Physics