1 of 7

Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in The University of Utah, UT

Expert online Statistics tutoring for students at all levels

150,000+ clients. 4.9 / 5.0 Rating of Tutoring Sessions

Who needs a tutor?
How soon do you need tutoring?
What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?

Private In-Home and Online Statistics Tutoring in The University of Utah, UT

Receive personally tailored Statistics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

Your Personalized Tutoring Program and Instructor

Identify Needs

Our knowledgeable directors help you choose your tutor with your learning profile and personality in mind.

Customize Learning

Your tutor can customize your lessons and present concepts in engaging easy-to-understand-ways.

Increased Results

You can learn more efficiently and effectively because the teaching style is tailored to you.

In-Home & Online Convenience

Your tutor comes to you, so times and locations are flexible. Meet at your home, online, or any place of your choosing.

Session Summaries by Statistics Tutors

Statistics Tutoring review by Zachary in The University of Utah, UT
Today, the student and I worked on vector fields and line integrals. We went over how to compute the line integral of a general vector field along a curve. We went over how to check if a vector field is conservative, and then find a function whose gradient is the vector field if it is conservative. We did this in both the two-variable and three-variable case. We then went over how to compute the line integral of a conservative vector field. We worked through several examples of each concept.
Read more »
Statistics Tutoring review by Karen in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed for the student's upcoming test on quadratic equations. He has a firm grasp on how to use the quadratic formula, and he did very well in solving the problems he was given for homework. For extra practice, we printed out worksheets that had problems dealing with factoring perfect squares and difference of squares. I set up the basic formula for him and showed him how to do a couple of problems, and then I let him do a couple on his own. He seemed to understand, and I asked him to do the problems I circled as homework in order to prepare for his test. His attitude towards this topic has become positive. I am pleased by his progress.
Read more »
Statistics Tutoring review by Kristin in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed the student's mathematics notes on greatest common factors and least common multiples. Then, we did some practice in her math book, particularly covering fractions, decimals, and percentages. She easily consumed the information, although we did need to review reducing fractions. I also introduced creating decimals from fractions, which I will have to review again with her in the future.
Read more »
Statistics Tutoring review by Grant in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we reviewed vertical addition and subtraction by hand, and then we got back into multiplication. We focused on 5s first (since the student could already count by 5s), and then we did 2s, 3s, and 4s as well. I taught her to multiply by counting in intervals on her fingers. I also showed her how to multiply by numbers that end in zero by "throwing the zero into the air" and adding it back on when she was done. For example, 4 x 60 = 240 because 4 x 6 = 24. To prepare for next time, I recommended she practice counting by 2s to 40, 3s to 30, and 4s to 40. I also introduced the idea of division today, where we would draw circles and then split them into equal groups and see how many were in each group. For example, 10 circles split into 2 equal groups had 5 in each group (10 div. by 2 = 5).
Read more »
Statistics Tutoring review by Sherry in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we solved inequalities and answered using interval notation; then, we worked on performing operations with square roots and used the "difference of two squares" concept to solve several of them. I'd like to revisit the square root concepts again before the exam just to be sure it's crystal clear. We also cross-multiplied equations with 3 variables, solving for one of the variables. The student seemed to have this down.
Read more »
Statistics Tutoring review by Jude in The University of Utah, UT
Today, we spent most of the session on using first and second derivatives to find out characteristics of the original function, by using sign charts and concavity tests. The student did well on most problems.
Read more »
Call us today to connect with a top The University of Utah Statistics tutor
(385) 233-9550
Call Now