Statistics is the science that studies the collection, analysis and interpretation of data. Statistics is now used as the basis of many different industries including: economics, geology, medicine,** physics** and many others. The analytical skills you will learn in your **statistics classes **are essential for solving problems. Your **statistics tutor **will help you develop these skills.

**📝 What is the easiest way to learn statistics?**

The best way to learn statistics is with a tutor. Whilst it is possible to learn statistics on your own, it is much easier with the help of a **statistics tutor** who is an expert in private **tuition** and **statistics**. On **FindTutors,** **finding tutors** that teach statistics is easy. We have hundreds of statistics tutors on this page, as well as **maths and physics tutors**, **tutors for maths** and **algebra tutors**.

**💸 How much does a private statistics lesson cost?**

The price of **private tuition** **for statistics **varies depending on the tutor and the level of the lessons. For example, tuition for **university-level statistics **will usually cost more than primary or secondary school statistics lessons. **Private statistics lessons** tend to cost between **£15 and £25 an hour**.

**💻 Where to find private tutors for statistics?**

On **FindTutors,** you can filter **statistics tutors** by level of education: primary school, secondary school and university. Before you **find a tutor**, make sure you know what you are looking for. Do you need a **maths and physics tutor**? Or, do you want a **GCSE maths tutor**? And finally, do you want **online tuition **or **face-to-face tuition**?

**💡 How do statistics classes work?**

**Statistics lessons **are taught according to your level. This is why **private tuition **is so effective, the lessons can be designed for your learning pace. You should let your **statistics tutor **what you need help with so that they can dedicate some time to it in class. In general, **statistics lessons **cover three main pillars: data tables and its variables, descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.