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Found 114 Statistics tutors in Greensboro, NC

Sheryl Paylor

2.4 miles away

MBA graduate with several years of work related experience in business

My name is Sheryl D Paylor. I love teaching as well as learning new things. I love sharing my knowledge with others, as well. Since I have an MBA, most of my expertise centers around business law, accounting, statistics, marketing, marketin... See more

Melvin Teel

4.3 miles away

BS in Science with 4+ years of tutoring experience

I have a bachelors degree in sports science fitness management with a concentration in pre-physical therapy, I graduated with a 3.4 from North Carolina A&T State University. I can help you in anatomy, chemistry, different sciences, and heal... See more

  • ... North Carolina A & T State Unive...
  • subject Statistics + 38 more
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Winston-Salem State University Graduate in Mathematics

I am very chill and awesome to work with!!!

  • ... Winston-Salem State University
  • subject Statistics + 37 more
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Tevin Brown

2.2 miles away

Fun and Friendly Math and English Tutor

Math and English are fun-damental! I never really enjoyed them as a grade-school student, but I learned the key as a freshman at Longwood University. Now I'm infatuated! I promise we can get you there too.

  • ... Longwood University
  • subject Statistics + 26 more
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Monica Iriarte

1.1 miles away

Caring and Knowledgeable ESL, Spanish and Statistics Tutor

Hi! My name is Monica and I am an English as a Second Language Teacher. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and a Master's in Public Administration and Policy from California State University. I have been teaching English as a Second La... See more

  • ... California State University - Do...
  • subject Statistics + 10 more
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Why You Need a Statistics Tutor In Greensboro

Just outside of Greensboro, rumor has it that you might find a ghost. Lydia’s Bridge is named for the woman who haunts people that drive across. The story goes that a young woman flags down a passing car. If they agree to give her a ride, she proceeds to the back seat. Once you pull up to her home, she asks if you will let her out, but when you go to open the door, you notice that she is gone. Some have knocked on the door at her house, where an old woman lives. She tells people that Lydia died in a car crash on the bridge many years before. Spooky. Scary. Like a werewolf Bar Mitzvah.

To many, statistics is the real fright. No matter how much time you spend studying or working on practice problems, sometimes it just does not stick. If this describes you, statistics tutors in Greensboro might be the best way to turn things around. For example, there are a few different areas of statistics that you will learn. First, you learn about exploring data. Using dotplots, stemplots, and histograms, you will graph sets of data to interpret distributions. At the start, you might work with univariate data, which means that there is only one variable, but eventually, you get to bivariate data, which can be terrifyingly complex. Statistics tutors can help you sort through the second variable.

Beyond this, you will learn about sampling and creating experiments. That includes going through all of the different types of sampling. Should you use a random sample? Should you separate the population into strata? Might this data benefit from being clustered? Should you use more than one method as part of a multistage sample? Which order should you use each method?

All of these questions and more can be answered by your Greensboro statistics tutor. Our math tutors are prepared to help with anything you can throw at them.

Mohith Mothukuri

2.6 miles away

Columbia Engineering Student with 6+ years Experience in STEM Tutoring

Dear Parents and Students,

I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math... See more

  • ... Columbia University in the City...
  • subject Statistics + 57 more
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Farzad Sepahifar

4.3 miles away

Medical Student class of 2021

I’m currently a medical student on my break. I have a Bachelor's degree in Biology from UCI. Over the past extensive years of schooling I have learned, what are the best ways to learn a lot of material in a very short time and retain them a... See more

  • ... University of California - Irvin...
  • subject Statistics + 27 more
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David I.

2.5 miles away

Mathematics and Chemistry Tutor

I have over two years of experience tutoring mathematics, 1 year as a private tutor, 1 year of volunteering. I have volunteered teaching low income children how to do middle school mathematics (prealgebra, fractions, and unit conversion).

  • ... Texas A&M University
  • subject Statistics + 26 more
  • in 2 hours
Peter Steinbauer

4.9 miles away

Highly Qualified Math Teacher - Flexible Availability


I worked as a high school math teacher for five years and recently finished an M... See more

  • ... University of Georgia
  • subject Statistics + 39 more
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James G.

4.8 miles away

Math and English Tutor with 5+ Years of Experience

I have always enjoyed helping people learn and reach their goals. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience and additional experience teaching, coaching, and mentoring. Subject areas include: elementary through high school math and English... See more

  • ... Haverford College
  • subject Statistics + 32 more
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Benefits of Hiring a Statistics Tutor In Greensboro

Now this is going to sound completely insane, but Greensboro’s former mayor, Keith Holliday, proposed a measure to freeze the prisoners in Greensboro. He had mixed feelings about capital punishment, feeling that the death penalty was not an effective solution, as many instances where a prisoner has been executed, only to later be found innocent. You can’t unring that bell. Holliday proposed a less final solution. Instead of killing the prisoners, we would cryogenically freeze them. If they turn out to be innocent, we can thaw them back out. The city council laughed in his face. Probably because, while the science exists in TV shows like Futurama, it is not even on the horizon in reality. Some scientists claim to be working on the technology, but mainstream scientists consider them charlatans.

It seems that Holliday must have taken Jonathan Swift’s Modest Proposal a little too seriously. Swift proposed eating children during the famine, which was satirical, but some did not realize. In many ways, it was the earliest example of people falling for The Onion or the dawn of fake news.

Working with statistics tutoring in Greensboro is an idea that is much less out there. Greensboro tutors look for realistic solutions to problems, not experimental, outside-the-box tries that have insane consequences.

Instead of proposing bad solutions to fix your grades, like stealing the answers to a test or murdering your teacher, look into Greensboro statistics tutoring.