# Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Powell, OH

Luke ...algebra tutor. I put in an enthusiastic effort, and it worked out surprisingly well. Despite once “struggling in math” (this was the questionable word choice of his teachers), he eventually graduated college with a degree in mechanical engineering. Over the years, I have taught math, English, science, computer programming, and Latin. When I tutor, I am always careful to be empathetic, attentive, and flexible. I have found that communication is always improved by these habits,...

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Kathleen ...worked with students on SAT and ACT test prep, Statistics and Physics. Everyone learns in a slightly different way, and I love figuring out the best way to teach something to people individually and dig down to what questions they really need to have answered to understand the material. In my spare time, I like to go on long bike rides and explore St. Louis's restaurants. I also love baking, playing with dogs and cats,...

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics

Priya ...Law and the University of Michigan. I received my Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Political Science as well as my Juris Doctorate. Since graduation, I have been a practicing attorney in Columbus as well as a community volunteer and part time tutor. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Math; including Algebra, Trigonometry, and Geometry. In my experience helping students excel in Math, I bring an enthusiastic approach...

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Bachelors, Political Science, Psychology

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Masters, Law

Alan ...at times because you have to repeat a law or concept 5 times in 5 different ways, or students just weren't paying attention. But to see a student finally achieve clarity and sense the relief of pressure in them made it well worth it. I enjoy making connections with my students. I feel it makes it much easier to convince them of the importance of a given topic. As a younger individual myself, I find...

Ohio University-Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Physics

Jennifer ...working on an M.S. degree in Statistics at The Ohio State University. At OSU I have taught undergraduate students through the leading of recitations, tutoring students in the statistics tutoring lab, as well as teaching a lecture section to over 200 students. In my many years of working with students in math and statistics, what I have learned is that everyone can be successful if they have the right teacher. Not everyone learns the same...

East Carolina University - Bachelors, Mathematics

The Ohio State University - Current Grad Student, Statistics

Laura ...able to break difficult topics into simple components, and I am able to guide students in making connections. I am especially effective at working with students who feel they are "math challenged." I have been working one-on-one with students for the past ten years, both as a college instructor and as a private tutor. Helping students gain confidence in themselves and their ability to think mathematically is both my passion and my purpose.... My philosophy of teaching can be compared to a cord plugged into an outlet. I view the successful student as a three-pronged plug. Students will have maximum learning gains when they have a connection with: 1) the material, 2) the instructor, and 3) their own learning. My job is to facilitate this connection.

Linfield College-McMinnville Campus - Bachelors, Mathematics

Western Oregon University - Masters, Teaching

Youssef ...as math, like a giant hiding on a hillside; however, with positive reinforcement, patience, and delicately handling the needs of the student, any uncertainty and/or trepidation will be replaced with confidence. Ultimately, my mission is to enrich the needs of any student, which would be in any way most conducive to their learning style, and ensure that every student reaches the level of success they seek. "Defeat is only momentary; but, victory lasts forever!"... Learn about them and their needs.

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Bachelors, Middle Childhood Development

Western Michigan University Cooley Law School - PHD, Law/Litigation

John ...major and a business minor. For those who don't know, actuaries work for insurance companies and are the people who quantify risk. I chose to major in actuarial science because math has always been my favorite subject. I like the challenging and problem solving aspects of the major. I have taken a number of math classes in my college career and look forward to showing other students how to be successful in those classes! In...

The Ohio State University - Bachelors, Actuarial Science

Richard ...in Actuarial Science, with minors in Economics and Statistics. During college, I spent some time at the Columbus Literacy Council, where I helped adults learn to read and develop English skills. I enjoy tutoring math because you can do so much with it. Mathematics provides a variety of useful tools that can be used in a variety of different places. My tutoring style is to help the student learn how to break down problems into...

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Bachelors, Actuarial Science

Chasity ...Algebra, Statistics, and Mandarin, as well as helping students with general study and test-taking skills. I love seeing things in new ways from my students’ perspectives and the challenge of helping each of them figure out the ways that they learn best. I most enjoy teaching Mandarin, middle school math, and study skills for students with challenges such as anxiety or ADD because these often challenge me to help students form new ways of thinking...

Clemson University - Bachelors, Biological Sciences

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Masters, Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology