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Raymond F.
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Statistics
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How do you choose a good statistics tutor?

Raymond F.
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Most people try to choose an experienced, intelligent statistics tutor, who actually helps you. When you choose me as your tutor, you will learn what different statistics measure and when to use them appropriately. You will learn why we even care about such statistics to begin with and how you can use them. I like to use non-traditional teaching techniques, hands-on methods, visual examples, and grounding what you will learn on the statistics that you already use. Let me know what has and has not worked for you. Let me know if nothing has worked for you so far. That happens sometimes. People think differently. That just means we'll have to get a little creative and figure out what works for you. I will share my career experiences in data analysis and quantitative psychology to help you learn statistics with real-world applications. Just tell me how I can help you.

Cognitive Science
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What makes a good cognitive science/psychology tutor?

Raymond F.
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Most people try to choose an experienced, intelligent cognitive science/psychology tutor, who actually helps you. When you choose me as your tutor, I will provide you a number of useful examples and ways of relating what you learn to real-life . I earned my Master of Arts in Psychological Sciences with an emphasis in quantitative psychology and Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I have recently been a teaching assistant for abnormal psychology and psychological testing. I have a particularly strong background in cognitive science, physiological psychology, psychological statistics, and developmental psychology. I have programming skills that I have applied to modelling social behavior, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Just tell me how I can help you.

Algebra
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What should I look for in an algebra tutor?

Raymond F.
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Most people try to choose an experienced, intelligent math tutor, who actually helps you and understands you. When you choose me as your math tutor, you will learn where to even start when presented with a math problem and how to make heads and tails out of the seemingly random numbers, letters, symbols, and words. For over 20 years, I have been helping my students develop that magical mathematical intuition. I like to use non-traditional teaching techniques, visual examples, hands-on methods, and grounding what you learn on what you already know. Tell me what has and has not worked for you. Let me know if nothing has worked for you so far. That happens sometimes. People think differently. That just means we may have to get a little creative and figure out what works for you. When you choose me as your tutor, you will learn from real-life examples. While gaining professional and academic experiences in teaching, mathematics, statistics, computer science, quantitative psychology, research, and data analysis, I have been applying math and statistics to help answer different types of questions in diverse fields. Would you like to know more about how to apply mathematics to the fields of psychology or Spanish? Then, ask me about my published research on those topics. Just tell me how I can help you.

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