Award-Winning ACT Math Tutors in Washington, DC
Justin "My areas of strength are largely in Math and Science. I completed my Master's in Chemistry at NYU and my Bachelors at Vanderbilt University where I studied Chemistry and took Math through Differential Equations. I have tutoring experience in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Most of my students have been college students in need of help with General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry..."
Monica "My name is Monica, and I recently graduated from University of California – Berkeley with a B.A. in public health. I have tutored a wide range of elementary to high school students in several subjects, and so I understand every student has their own style of learning. As a tutor, I will do my best to provide a supporting environment and create lesson plans that will assist with the students understanding of the materials..."
Li "...As a result of my love of learning, I also love being able to teach others the things that I have learned. I have taught high school biology, chemistry and physical science and have tutored in SAT Math prep there as well. My favorite moments of teaching were marked by students saying "I get it" -- especially after a long struggle to understand but everything finally makes sense and the light bulb just turned on..."
UCLA - Bachelors, Microbiology, Immunlogy & Molecular Genetics
UCLA - Masters, Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics
Laura "...Then, before attending college I spent 6 months teaching English in Peru. Last year, as a sophomore in college, I was a TA for the Spanish Department, responsible for creating and executing my own lesson plans for two one-hour classes per week for Spanish 102, grading homework and designing my own quizzes. I also tutored occasionally through our on-campus tutoring program..."
Dwayne "My name is Dwayne Brown and I am a graduate student at Howard University pursuing a PhD in Pharmacology. I have years of experience tutoring middle and High school students in the areas of Math, English, Biology and Chemistry. My most rewarding experience was working with a program called Brooklyn College Now program geared at preparing high school students for college..."
Carla "...I am a part time para-educator at an Elementary School in Silver Spring and I also work at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), in Bethesda, MD. My tutoring experience began while I was obtaining my undergraduate degree. I tutored fourth grade mathematics and first grade reading..."
University of Maryland-College Park - Bachelors, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Johns Hopkins University - Current Grad Student, Special Education
Craig "...While I always enjoyed tutoring undergraduate students, I found great satisfaction in teaching Math to struggling teenagers. From my experiences, I learned that anyone can tackle basic mathematical ideas if they are given proper patience and instruction. Furthermore, I have learned that every student has a unique style of learning..."
Katye "...With patience, diligence, and a deep understanding of my students' needs, I have helped my students raise their scores up to 200 points on each of the Critical Reading and Writing sections of the SAT test. Students I have tutored and counseled have gone on to receive admissions offers from the University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, UVA, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, Boston College, NYU, UCLA, William and Mary, Amherst, Williams, Emory, University of Maryland at College Park - among others. After living in several cities both in the U.S. and abroad, I recently relocated to the Atlanta area..."
Princeton University - BA, Art and Archaeology, History of Art
Yonsei University, Graduate School of International Studies - MA, Korean Studies, Korean Political and Economic Development
State Certified Teacher
Emily "...During the process of earning my graduate degree in chemistry and my undergraduate degree in biochemistry (Mt. Holyoke College), I have had the opportunity to both teach classes and tutor individuals. For me, working with students was one of the most enjoyable parts of graduate school, which is why I’m continuing to tutor even as I branch out into other areas of interest..."
Kira "I am a one-time liberal arts graduate who decided to take my passion for writing and research to law school, like so many others. I currently work as an attorney for the Department of Justice, graduated from Ball State University 13 years ago and went straight to law school at Washington and Lee University right here in Virginia. One of my favorite parts of my current job is interacting with law student interns and paralegals and teaching them about the law..."