Physician Assistant - Math, Econ and Stats Undergrad degrees

Stephanie P.
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Physician Assistant - Math, Econ and Stats Undergrad degrees

Stephanie P.
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I obtained dual Bachelor's degrees in mathematics and economics, with a statistics concentration in my 4 years at Simmons College in Boston, MA. While studying there, I worked as a math department Professors' Assistant. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics, Biostatistics, Linear Algebra, Modern Algebra and Real Analysis. I also tutored at an after school reading...

Math and Econ

Masters

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Statistics
#### Statistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including statistics– a crucial stepping stone for probability, physics, and GRE prep. Statistics are used in almost every career, just some people don’t realize it. Without modeling, predictions and analyzation, a business will not succeed.
Statistics is even seen by many when they watch the weather forecast- the number of variables predicting your weather is mind blowing! I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Elementary Math

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics with concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra I – a crucial stepping stone for Algebra II, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
Algebra II concepts are also seen on college level standardized tests, such as the GRE's. I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics (concentration in statistics), I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra II – a crucial stepping stone for pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Pre-Algebra – a crucial stepping stone for algebra, geometry, trigonometry and precalculus.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Statistics,
#### Statistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including statistics– a crucial stepping stone for probability, physics, and GRE prep. Statistics are used in almost every career, just some people don’t realize it. Without modeling, predictions and analyzation, a business will not succeed.
Statistics is even seen by many when they watch the weather forecast- the number of variables predicting your weather is mind blowing! I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Biology
Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics with concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra I – a crucial stepping stone for Algebra II, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
Algebra II concepts are also seen on college level standardized tests, such as the GRE's. I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics (concentration in statistics), I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra II – a crucial stepping stone for pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Biostatistics,
#### Biostatistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including biostatistics. I obtained an A- in this course and tutored peers who were in the same class. Since college, I've worked as a Data Analyst and have been taking science courses towards a Master’s program, to become a Physicians’ Assistant. I excel in mathematics and sciences, which has allowed my understanding of biostatics to flourish. I understand concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Pre-Algebra – a crucial stepping stone for algebra, geometry, trigonometry and precalculus.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Probability,
#### Probability

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics with a concentration in statistics. I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including probability – a crucial stepping stone for statistics and physics.
Probability is generally Algebra II concepts applied to predicting outcomes. I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Statistics
#### Statistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including statistics– a crucial stepping stone for probability, physics, and GRE prep. Statistics are used in almost every career, just some people don’t realize it. Without modeling, predictions and analyzation, a business will not succeed.
Statistics is even seen by many when they watch the weather forecast- the number of variables predicting your weather is mind blowing! I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics with concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra I – a crucial stepping stone for Algebra II, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
Algebra II concepts are also seen on college level standardized tests, such as the GRE's. I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics (concentration in statistics), I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Algebra II – a crucial stepping stone for pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and physics.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including Pre-Algebra – a crucial stepping stone for algebra, geometry, trigonometry and precalculus.
I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Statistics,
#### Statistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including statistics– a crucial stepping stone for probability, physics, and GRE prep. Statistics are used in almost every career, just some people don’t realize it. Without modeling, predictions and analyzation, a business will not succeed.
Statistics is even seen by many when they watch the weather forecast- the number of variables predicting your weather is mind blowing! I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Biology
Nursing
#### Nursing

In Dec 2019, I'll become nationally certified as a Physician Assistant. I completed my didactic year Dec 2018, studying modules of most common disorders. I've completed clinical rotations in Family Medicine (x2), Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine (ICU x2), and General Surgery. Throughout my PA school studies, I've studied with my classmates, working together to understand and analyze History & Presentation, Review of Systems, Physical Exams, Assessment, and Plans for patients of all ages. Thus far, I've maintained a 4.0.

Anatomy,
#### Anatomy

I've been tutoring for years and also a student for years. I've taken anatomy and physiology as an undergrad student, and I recently took it as a graduate student as part of a Physician Assistant Masters of Science studies program. We were lucky enough to work with a cadaver patient.

Biostatistics,
#### Biostatistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including biostatistics. I obtained an A- in this course and tutored peers who were in the same class. Since college, I've worked as a Data Analyst and have been taking science courses towards a Master’s program, to become a Physicians’ Assistant. I excel in mathematics and sciences, which has allowed my understanding of biostatics to flourish. I understand concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Nursing,
#### Nursing

In Dec 2019, I'll become nationally certified as a Physician Assistant. I completed my didactic year Dec 2018, studying modules of most common disorders. I've completed clinical rotations in Family Medicine (x2), Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine (ICU x2), and General Surgery. Throughout my PA school studies, I've studied with my classmates, working together to understand and analyze History & Presentation, Review of Systems, Physical Exams, Assessment, and Plans for patients of all ages. Thus far, I've maintained a 4.0.

Pharmacology,
#### Pharmacology

I'm currently studying towards becoming a Physician Assistant where I'll be prescribing medications to patients all throughout my workdays. I got an A in my pharmacology course in the spring of 2018. Starting in January 2019, I'll be actively working with physicians to diagnose and treat patients.

Physiology,
#### Physiology

I've been a tutor for years and also a student for years. I've taken anatomy and physiology as an undergraduate student and more recently as a graduate student of a Physician Assistant Master's of Science studies program. I was able to study the human body with a cadaver patient.

Biology
Statistics,
#### Statistics

While obtaining dual Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and economics, with a concentration in statistics, I worked as a teachers’ assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including statistics– a crucial stepping stone for probability, physics, and GRE prep. Statistics are used in almost every career, just some people don’t realize it. Without modeling, predictions and analyzation, a business will not succeed.
Statistics is even seen by many when they watch the weather forecast- the number of variables predicting your weather is mind blowing! I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem – I use these different methods to connect with students’ unique learning styles.

Biology
Stephanie has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering **9 questions** submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

## Tutor

Stephanie is patient and kind. She’s very knowledgeable. I’m definitely meeting with her again. I would highly recommend her. She is able to adapt to your learning style easily and fast.

Bre, 1 lesson with Stephanie

## Great Statistics Tutor!

I was having a lot of trouble with statistics and she has helped me so much. She is so knowledgeable in the area and has taught me easy ways to remember how to do problems. She walks me through each problem we do to make sure I understand how to come up with the correct answer. Highly recommended!

Carly, 3 lessons with Stephanie

## Very effective

Stephanie did a great job helping identify an alternative studying method. She is very willing to help and we will work together again.

Elpida, 1 lesson with Stephanie

## Great!!!!

Stephanie was great!! She returned messages promptly. She worked with my 14 y/o son and help him to gain a better understanding of his work.

Eileen, 5 lessons with Stephanie