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http://www.juntak.org/Email: juntak5@yahoo.com

Advanced-level Tutor on STATISTICS,

FINANCE, ECONOMICS, MATHEMATICS,

ACCOUNTING, NURSING, BIOSTATISTICS,

and BIOINFORMATICS.

I am an advanced Statistics/Finance Tutor

capable of tutoring you University

Graduate-level and Undergraduate-level

Statistics/Finance class that you are

currently taking. I can also provide

Research Consulting Services on your Projects, Assignments, Thesis, Dissertation, and any

business/class Research Publication(s).

I am also very comfortable in conducting

Strategic Management Consulting services

on Corporations and/or business needs.

Also in Asset & Portfolio Management,

Capital Investments, International

Business & Marketing, Business Communication

and Writing, and Accounting & Financial Accounting. Research, Research Methodology, and Research Publications.

I have been teaching and/or tutoring

statistics-related and research methods

at undergraduate and graduate levels for many

fields-of-study, especially Economics/Finance,

Nursing, Sociology, Psychology, Education,

and social sciences majors for several years.

In addition, I help students with designing

and writing analysis and method sections of

their undergraduate and graduate level

thesis/dissertation and editing their

research/term papers.

I use Microsoft Excel and SPPS for statistical

analysis and have basic knowledge of eViews,

Stata, SAS, and Minitab.

However, SPSS is my strongest strength and

most familiar with.

Statistics is not a scary subject as long

as you find the right tutor. I would be

happy to assist you in understanding and

gaining a command of research methods

and statistics.

My Complete Statistics/Finance Tutoring

Info are posted on:

http://www.juntak.org/

Please send to email-address listed on

above URL link for additional information.

My direct email-address is listed on the

www.juntak.org URL link. We can communicate

via telephone, email, and video-conference

via SKYPE.

Statistics is considered a "universal language"

utilized in every field of study (Business,

Management, Economics, Information Technology,

Science, Engineering, Social Sciences,

Mathematics, Education, Sociology, Religion,

Psychology, Operations, Health Administration,

Public Administration, and many other fields

of study).

The main difference lies in the use of

Statistics in the interpretation of

Statistics Outputs that you obtained via

various statistical software.

I can help you on your research work, and

interpret what your statistical outputs

mean, and how to obtain them.

Depending upon where you are in your

research, I can handle all of the

statistical considerations for your

dissertation methods or results chapter.

• I use the latest version of SPSS

software and SAS to perform the

statistical analyses for you.

• I can perform virtually any conventional

statistical analysis that may be needed.

• I offer on-going telephone and email

support to ensure that you understand

all of the statistical methods and tests

used in your dissertation/thesis/project.

• Assist in the statistical analysis for

candidates working on their thesis and

dissertation projects.

• Train individuals and companies in many

different software packages, including

SAS, SPSS, Minitab, Microsoft Excel,

and Eview Econometrics Software.

• Perform statistical analysis and consulting

for clients in the Market Research,

Legal and Healthcare fields.

• Tutor undergraduate and graduate students

in the field of math and statistics.

Some of the more common statistical methods

that I use are listed below:

QM / PQM

T-Test

Paired T-test

Chi-Square Test

ANOVA

ANCOVA

MANOVA

Repeated Measures ANOVA

Factor Analysis

Cluster Analysis

Linear Regression

Logistic Regression

Correlation

Mann-Whitney Test

Kruskal-Wallis Test

Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks Test

McNemar's Test

Friedman's Test

Non-Parametric Tests

Survival Analysis

Econometrics

Time-Series

Forecasting

Linear Programming

Tutor for Math, Finance, Economics, SPSS,

Statistics, and Strategic Management

(Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD levels).

I specialize in serving university-level clients

who are adults, students, professionals, and

military. Furthermore, I am very comfortable

with traditional and non-traditional

individuals with different backgrounds.

I will also be very helpful, and useful to students

who are currently writing-up their Master's

Thesis, or PhD dissertation on their Graduate

studies in School. I can be your proof-reader,

and help you write some portions of your

quantitative-research.

Finance (Undergraduate, and Graduate Level):

* Corporate Finance,

* International Finance,

* Business Finance, and others.

Statistics (Undergrad and Grad Level):

* Business Statistics,

* Bio-Statistics,

* General/Intermediate/Advanced Statistics,

and others.

* Statistical Softwares: SPSS, SAS, Minitab,

Microsoft Excel, R, eViews.

* BioStatitics

* BioInformatics

* Statistics for Nursing in Medical Fields.

Economics (Undergrad and Grad Level):

* Micro/Macro Economics,

* Managerial Economics,

* Engineering Economics for Engineers,

* Engineering Mathematical Economics,

* Econometrics I, II, and III, and others.

Data analysis

Graphical analysis: time series plots and histograms

Descriptive statistics: moments, quantiles and

frequency tables Central tendency measures:

sample mean, median and mode

Dispersion measures: sample variance, standard

deviation and range

Association measures: linear and rank correlation

Sampling issues: Chebyshev's theorem

Probability theory

Overview of set theory: sample space and events

Relative frequency and event likelihood

Conditional probability: Bayes rule and independence

Random variables: discrete and continuous distributions

Statistical inference

Inference: sample × population moments

Estimation: maximum likelihood × method of moments

Asymptotic results: law of large numbers and

central limit theorem

Hypothesis testing and confidence intervals

The standard linear regression model

Estimation: Assumptions and the geometry of

least squares

Inference: Tests of hypothesis

Asymptotic properties: Assumptions, consistency

and normality

Gauss-Newton regression: Residual analyses

Maximum likelihood: Estimation and testing

Extensions to the standard linear regression model

Estimation and inference under heteroskedasticity: Generalized least squares

Estimation and inference under autocorrelation: Introduction to dynamic models

Endogeneity and mensurement errors: Instrumental variables

Advanced topics (if there is enough time)

Nonlinear least squares

Binomial response models: Probit and Logit

Simulation-based methods: Monte Carlo and bootstrap

Fundamental concepts of statistical inference

Statistical model, decision space and loss function

Optimal decision rules: pure and randomized

Statistical principles: equivariance, invariance and unbiasedness

Sufficient statistics

Dominated family: Radon-Nikodyn theorem and

Halmos-Savage lemma

Conditional expectation and probability:

Halmos-Savage theorem and properties

Neyman-Pearson factorization criterion

Minimal sufficient statistics

Exponential model

Privileged statistic and minimal sufficiency

Random sampling of exponential models

Moments of privileged statistics

Distribution free and complete statistics

Ancillarity principle, complete and disconnected statistics

Basu's theorem and Fisher's lemma

Point estimation

Rao-Blackwell theorem and Lehmann-Scheffé

theorem: UMRU estimators

Invariance and the principle of equivariance:

UMRE estimators

Invariants e maximal invariants: Pitman estimators

Hypothesis testing

Neyman's principle: UMP tests and the

Neyman-Pearson theorem

Least favorable distribution, (L)UMPU tests

and nuisance parameters

Please visit www.juntak.org for information.

I can only tutor in the Hampton Roads area:

* Norfolk,

* Virginia Beach,

* Portsmouth,

* Chesapeake,

* Newport News,

* Hampton,

* Suffolk.

www.juntak.org

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EMAIL: juntak5@yahoo.comPHONE (Hampton Roads, VA): 757-726-7004

WEBSITE: http://www.juntak.org/

#### Preferred Subjects

Calculus 1, Multivariable Calculus, Microeconomics, Math, Math, Macroeconomics, Finance, Economics, Differential Equations, Developmental Algebra, College Algebra, Calculus 3, Calculus 2, AP Macroeconomics, Business Statistics, Business, AP Calculus BC, AP Calculus AB, Probability, Pre-Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Trigonometry, AP Statistics, Applied Mathematics, AP Microeconomics, Statistics, Statistics Graduate Level

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