Exeter Biosciences and Geography Maths and Stats support

Book a 30 min. appointment Online

If you would like to book an appointment online please select a tutor and free time on the calendar. Please only book one appointment at a time.

Appointments are made available on a week to week basis during term time only. Appointments are made available for the following week every Friday afternoon.

Stats help is available to all 3rd year Bioscience and Geography students. First and second year students are asked to speak to their lecturers or Academic tutors for assistance.

Once your appointment is booked, your tutor will be notified of your booking and will be in touch to let you know where your appointment will be held.

If you have any questions we are located in Tremough House, follow the signs to find the ASK offices. Or you can email us at askadmin@fxplus.ac.uk or call us on 01326 370438.

For all enquiries please email askadmin@fxplus.ac.uk

Biosciences and Geography Tutors

  • Adam Flitton

    My research centres around the evolution of behaviours, institutions and other cultural traits conducive to economic development. My background is in human evolutionary psychology and evolutionary medicine. In these fields I have conducted numerous...Find out more & book
  • Ángel V. Jiménez

    “My area of research focuses on the effects of social hierarchies on social learning and the long-term consequences of learning from high social rank individuals. Prior to this, I have studied a master in quantitative and qualitative research...Find out more & book
  • Anika Immer

    My research interests are based mainly around the theme of information exchange and environmental constraints. I have become involved in various projects from neuroethology to macro-ecology. Currently, I am doing my PhD on the ecology of fear in...Find out more & book
  • Beth Preston

    I work on behavioural ecology and evolution, and have worked on analysing behavioural data, population estimate data, and movement data (e.g. from GPS collars). I’m interested in animal behaviour, conservation and ecology and have used both large...Find out more & book
  • Cecily Goodwin

    My PhD research looks at the ecology and conservation of hazel dormice and their woodland habitat, including work on population trends, landscape ecology, spatial analysis and stable isotopes. I have tutored students in statistics for both...Find out more & book
  • Henry Häkkinen

    I work on species distribution models, trying to link climate data to species ranges and then improve on them by including non-climatic factors. I'm interested in range shifts caused by climate change, the process of naturalisation in introduced...Find out more & book
  • Molly Meadows

    "My research focuses on using stable isotopes to compare ecological trends in marine elasmobranchs, both between and within species. I can provide stats help on most basic statistical and R issues, including GLMs, ANOVAS, repeated measures ANOVAs...Find out more & book
  • Ian skicko

    My research focusses on sexual selection in wild systems, testing laboratory results under natural conditions. I didn’t take naturally to statistics but have steadily turned it in to the best part of my research toolkit, so if you feel totally...Find out more & book