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Private In-Home and Online Statistics Tutoring in Atlanta, GA

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.

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Are concepts like linear regression or plotting pie charts getting in the way of your success in statistics? If your statistics course is proving difficult for you, Varsity Tutors can help you locate a statistics tutor in Atlanta, Georgia. Your tutor can meet with you at a time and place that works best for your schedule. They can work around your busy agenda to connect with you either online or in person to make tutoring help convenient for you.

Whether you struggle with ratios, delineating median and mode, or relative frequency, a private Atlanta statistics tutor can work with you in a one-on-one environment. You can cover whichever areas you feel you need assistance with and in as much depth as you feel you need to go. Do you simply need a quick review of parameters, but an in-depth explanation of binomial distribution? You can work with your tutor on deciding which areas to cover at a slower pace, which areas to skim over for review, and which areas you feel confident skipping over all together. Unlike your large statistics class, you can feel comfortable stopping your tutor and asking for clarification on a topic. You can ask as many questions as you need to understand the concepts being presented to you, without the fear of slowing down your classmates or being judged negatively by your peers.

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Session Summaries by Statistics Tutors

Statistics Tutoring review by Tienlong in Atlanta, GA
We covered the basics of scatter plots and descriptive statistics today, focusing on fundamental measurements of central tendency and variance. From there, we moved into talking about normal distribution and z-scores, with a focus on how to get them easily on excel. A persistent topic throughout the entire section was what the subject material meant and how to use excel to get answers quickly once figured out.
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Statistics Tutoring review by David in Atlanta, GA
Manipulated data sets in MS Excel. Identified and isolated relevant data fields. Created synthetic variables using sum() and composite functions. Produced summary statistics and histograms with data analysis tab. Created simple and combined bar charts. Normalized cumulative data to density functions. Discussed implications and possible research questions arising from charts.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Neil in Atlanta, GA
Tonight's session focused on the two student's practical application project for their statistics class. We went over each of their projects in turn, and I checked for understanding of core concepts for each project. In addition we made sure that the overall design of the experiments in each case were correct and correctly applied the techniques learned during the class.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Paul in Atlanta, GA
The student had some work on sine, cosine and tangent functions for an assessment on Friday. I made sure to see if he was able to do the work on his own and tried to provide as little guidance as possible. He was setting up the problems on his own and, the only issue I needed to stress to him, was to make sure to round his answers correctly, according to the language in the question. We also worked on angles of elevation and depression and, he also had no trouble setting up and solving those problems. Finally, we worked on identifying special parallelograms in the coordinate plane, using the parallelogram's diagonals. I broke it down to him that it is a two-step process: use the slope formula to see if the diagonals are perpendicular (rhombus), and use the distance formula to see if they are equal (rectangle; if both rhombus and rectangle then it is a square as well).
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Statistics Tutoring review by Amy in Atlanta, GA
The student and I covered the next section of linear regression statistics today, focusing on transformations of non-linear data to obtain a linear trend. We considered power and root transformations, as well as logarithmic transformations on either axis.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Joseph in Atlanta, GA
The student and I reviewed some of his unit on two-sample significance testing and began looking ahead at the next unit on the chi-square distribution. The two-sample material went pretty well, but the student struggled with the chi-square material. Fortunately, we will be able to revisit those concepts over the weekend, still before his class reaches it.
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