Private Tutors for Statistics

We introduce Statistics tutors for GCSE, A Level, IB and beyond.

We introduce expert private tutors for Statistics at all key academic levels. All of the tutors we work with have a thorough knowledge of the main exam boards and outstanding level of experience providing Statistics tuition. With their help, even the most complex statistical methods will be easy for your child to understand – from bar charts and scatter graphs to more difficult chi square tests and regression analyses. Every tutor we introduce will also be matched to your child’s personality and requirements, as part of our truly bespoke service.

To find the right Statistics tutor for your child, please contact one of our tuition consultants or use our online enquiry form further down this page.

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Please contact one of our tuition consultants to find a Statistics tutor matched to your child’s learning style and academic requirements.

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Meet A Typical Statistics Tutor


Nicolas is a dedicated Statistics specialist. After completing a Bachelors degree in Statistics, Computing, Operational Research and Economics at UCL, he accomplished a Masters degree in Finance at Imperial College Business School. He is now working towards a PhD in Statistical Science at University College London. Nicolas has years of experience teaching Statistical and Quantitative Methods to students of all levels. As well as working on exam preparation for IB and A Level students, he has flourished in a lecturing and teaching assistant role for undergraduate students.

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If you are searching for a Statistics tutor for your child, please use our online enquiry form. One of our tuition consultants will reply to you shortly.

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