I am a doctoral candidate in comparative political economy at Indiana University, and have a MS in Applied Statistics as well as a MA in Political Economy from IU and NYU respectively, and a BA in Political Science - International Relations from UPR.
My subjects are Political Science, Social Science in general, Statistics, and Spanish. Of these, I enjoy tutoring Statistics the most as I find it very interesting and have been on the opposite end, from learning it at first with some difficulty, to eventually getting a Masters degree in the subject. I also happen to use statistics in my other subjects such as political economy and political science research in my doctoral degree.
As a teacher, my philosophy is to try to make the topics I teach approachable by making students apply them to their interests. If a student has problems with a concept, I usually will slow down and deconstruct the idea or concept while thinking of how to apply and explain it to something the student is working on or is interested in.
Feel free to contact me for any help you may need in the many subjects I am capable of dealing with.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
Graduate Degree: Indiana University-Bloomington - Master of Science, Statistics