Looking for a kind, knowledgable, and down-to-earth tutor who is dedicated to your success? Then you’ve come to the right place! I offer tutoring services in specific areas based on my knowledge and expertise. Keep scrolling down for a list of my service offerings.

Why choose me?

I’m experienced
I have 6+ years of experience teaching hundreds of undergraduate students. I’ve spent countless hours working closely with students through discussion sessions, office hours, and one-on-one personalized tutoring sessions.
I can relate
I have a confession to make. I used to struggle with college level studies myself and now I’m a PhD candidate at a major university. I can meet you where you’re at because I’ve been there before – whether you’re struggling to grasp concepts or doing well but still need that little bit of extra assistance to truly shine.
I won’t break the bank
I offer competitive pricing because I believe a quality education shouldn’t be out of reach. Tuition costs are already high enough! Split the fee with others – groups are welcome at no additional cost. Make tutoring even more affordable by getting your friends or classmates involved.
I’m accessible
Stuck on just one little thing and can’t wait til we meet again? So long as you’re my client, you can email me with your questions and I’ll get back to you with help as soon as possible.
Service Offerings

Various Economics/Social Science ElectivesContact for Availability & Quote

Introductory Statistics/Statistical Inference $30/hour
Principles of Micro/Macroeconomics $30/hour
Intermediate Microeconomics  (sorry not offering Intermed. Macro at this time) $35/hour
Math for Economists $35/hour
Econ Probability + Statistical Inference $35/hour
Math for Economists $35/hour
Principles of Econometrics $40/hour
Academic Paper Writing Help for Economics/Social Sciences Contact for Availability & Quote
Academic Proofreading Starting at $3/page

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Academic Editing Starting at $6/page

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