I have a Master's degree in Earth and Space Science education. I specialize in basic scientific concepts and note taking skills. I love working with students of all ages and use real-world examples to explain scientific concepts. I also have an understanding of primary and secondary level mathematics, as well as basic physics and chemistry. My goal as a teacher and tutor is to show students that math and science are awesome because they show how our world works!
Hello! I currently hold a Master of Arts Degree in Rhetoric and Philosophy of Communication and will soon be a doctoral student. My degrees are in Rhetoric/Philosophy and Economics, so I am ready to tutor in advanced humanities courses (English, Communication, Speaking, Philosophy) and in undergraduate economics or statistics courses. As a graduate assistant I have experience with students both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. I also have tutored students who are in middle school and high school. ... See more
Hi! I'm Andrew, a third-year statistics undergrad at Pitt who will graduate this coming spring with minors in economics and computer science. In the past I've tutored algebra topics, but my real passion is with my major. I'm happy to assist with coursework and exam prep, and I look forward to helping you achieve your academic and personal goals!
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 Language for the past 10 years, conversational Spanish as well as High School Spanish levels 1 & 2 for 4 years and Basic Statistics for 1 year emphasis on Social Behavioral Sciences.
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I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math and science subjects for all grade levels, I am one of the highest rated STEM tutors in this region. I am currently taking a gap year before enrolling at Columbia University in the City of New York for my undergraduate studies in engineering and finance. I graduated high school at the top of my class with the toughest course load ... See more
For 30+ years, I have tutored and coached students from middle school to college in Physics and various Math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.) - 2800+ contact hours for grades 6-12, college, and adult students.
For 300+ hours over 7 years, he professionally trained academic support program staff at high schools, community colleges & universities. With BS/MS degrees in physics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and 15 years of STEM industry experience, he models how to ... See more
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 as well. This can be done by learning the big picture, understanding the concept, then dive into details and always trying to connect the details to the big picture. When a student ... See more
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, high school and college physics, computer skills, and GED test preparation. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in physics. Looking forward to working together!
I worked as a high school math teacher for five years and recently finished an MBA at IE Business School, a top international program in Madrid, Spain. As a math teacher, I ranked among the top 20% of teachers in the state, according to end of the year student test data.
My students are always able to answer the question of why a particular math learning objective is important. My students know much more than just the steps to ... See more
I am a PhD-level tutor from Knoxville, TN, specializing in helping students prepare for standardized tests. I have several years of experience teaching courses at the college level in both social psychology and research methods, as well as experience tutoring in math, science and English.
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Statistics are all the rage these days. I guess when Brad Pitt plays a character that realizes the value of statistics and champions a statistician who helps him take the Athletics to a 22-game win streak with little to no money to spend on salary, it is going to make statistics look sexy. You have probably seen just how important statistics can be to a baseball team. In Pittsburgh, they are more important than ever. The Pirates are not quite as strapped for cash as the Athletics, but they are not able to toss money around like the in-state rival Philadelphia Phillies. After the Pirates shed Andrew McCutchen because they could not justify his high salary, the Phillies went on to sign Bryce Harper to a $330 million deal just a year later that the Pirates will never be able to challenge.
Luckily, wins are not bought so easily in baseball, which is why the Pirates turn to statistics. If you are committed to the Bucs turnaround, you might want to learn more about statistics with our statistics tutors in Pittsburgh. Most baseball fans have never heard of some of the deeper statistics in baseball. For baseball fans, you can work with your math tutor to cater your experience to your interests.
Sabermetrics is a term that has grown over the years, as it is the empirical analysis of baseball, which basically means using stats to analyze baseball. My dad is familiar with all of the usual baseball stats like AVG, HR, Ks, RBI, and ERA, but he is not up to date on some of the sabermetric terms. Mike Schur, creator of Parks and Rec and a big-time baseball fan, spoofed the stats as a law firm of Babip, Pecota, Vorp, and Eckstein. Only Eckstein is a real name, for David Eckstein, a “scrappy” player that never put up big numbers, but benefits from the deeper analysis of his impact.
Many baseball experts rely on the eye test, but you can dig deeper with a Pittsburgh statistics tutor. Your private tutor can craft the sessions to any of your interests.
I have taught classes in pre-algebra, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, and statistics at local colleges and universities. I have tutored students from a range of ages in a variety of courses. I have tutored high school students in AP Calculus and AP Statistics as well as assisting with ACT and SAT prep. I have tutored college students in calculus and statistics in addition to GRE prep.
Hello! Thank you for viewing my profile! My name is Tawanah Reeves, and I am a business owner, educator, and mentor. I love writing and movies. Great storytelling and sharing the experiences of others through those stories is something I enjoy. I've been a tutor for 10 years. My passion for teaching and developing others led to the creation of meshellefae.com, my online blog for writers who want to hone their craft or learn how to tell their ... See more
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I studied at USC and am finishing up my degree at SDSU and I have been tutoring since junior year in high school. Every since I was little, I have loved subjects like Math, Physics and Statistics so I decided to filter my passion into helping and tutoring others. I am sociable and easy to get along with, which makes tutoring sessions that much easier. Receiving a 32 on my ACT helps me excel as well at exam prep, showing ... See more
Hello, my name is Frank, a tutor from the Syracuse, NY area. I specialize in a number of subjects and would be more than happy to help you achieve your goals through better grades.
To tell you a little bit about me, I majored in Bioengineering and minored in Nutrition and Mathematics as an undergraduate at Syracuse University. From there, I also completed coursework in International Food Laws and Regulations at Michigan State University. Finally, I also graduated with my ... See more
I have a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience with minors in Psychology, Food and Society and Pre-Health Profession certificate from UT Austin. I have over 5 years experience in teaching and tutoring with students of all ages. I focus on providing techniques for students to develop their own critical thinking skills to applying to their work. I have deep understanding in applying social sciences into advance level neuroscience research. I hope to work as your tutor to develop your ... See more
Math can be an intimidating subject but I’m here to clear things up for you and hopefully make it a little more fun! I have a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Economics and can help with Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Trigonometry and most Calculus courses. I can also help you out with any entry level Econ class and with proofreading/essay writing.
27 year old female passionate about the biological/ physical sciences. Biomedical and Health science graduate from UCF. Pursuing her passions of spreading knowledge and helping others succeed in their future medical endeavors.
Hello! My name is Beau Chisenhall, and I am a tutor specializing in accounting and statistics. I have over 2 years of experience tutoring undergraduate students in Stats and Accounting through the Radford University Learning Assistance Resource Center. While working at the RU LARC I assisted over 100 students, earning CRLA level 3 tutor certificate. I also have experience tutoring accounting at the graduate level at the University of South Carolina.
I earned a Neuroscience PhD at University of Wisconsin-Madison, then completed two years of postdoctoral research at Florida State University. During this time, I have realized how much I enjoy helping others to learn. During graduate school, I was a Teaching Assistant for a writing-intensive biology lab course. It was satisfying to help each student hone their writing and critical thinking skills. As a postdoctoral researcher, I was responsible for training other people in the lab, including an ... See more
There is a certain language in Pittsburgh. When I got new next door neighbors as a kid, I got to hear the Pittsburgh talk for myself. It sounded foreign to me every time he asked his mom for a pop because that is not what I call soda. I still do not know what he was referring to when he talked about gum bands. You pronounce steel like eel, so why do people from Pittsburgh refer to their Steelers like they are a bunch of Ben Stillers?
Getting statistics tutoring in Pittsburgh should be with someone that speaks your language. We all speak English, but you should not be wasting your statistics tutor time explaining what words mean. When you work with HeyTutor, you are getting someone local, so they will get you when you say you want a pop. They will not punch you in the face because they misunderstood which pop you meant.
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