Award-Winning ACT Reading Tutors in Washington, DC
Samuel "I believe that to be a student not only means to succeed in school but to become a lover of knowledge. This philosophy has guided me since I started tutoring freshman year in college. My strengths lie in reading, writing, and all things humanities..."
Jessica "... I am now a student at University of Maryland School of Medicine and hope to go into the field of psychiatry. I have a variety of teaching experience that ranges from teaching GED material to incarcerated men and youth, to individual test prep for high school students, to teaching prep classes for matriculating medical students. I am available to teach a variety of subjects but I am most passionate about math, science, and test prep..."
Georgetown Universtiy - BA, Psychology
Andrew "...As a tutor, I will be able to work with you across a broad range of topics. In terms of hobbies and interests, I enjoy discovering new music and collecting records. In the past, I have even hosted my own radio show..."
Hannah "...Nearly a decade later, I have experience working with students age 8 to 45, mostly in Science, Math and Spanish. In undergrad as a Nutrition major at UNC Chapel Hill, I took took elective courses in Spanish and Biology, along with the Chemistry minor that I was required to complete. My Math background comes from attending a rigorous Science and Math boarding school, the North Carolina School of Science and Math(NCSSM) where I completed 5 courses of college-level mathematics..."
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - BS, Nutrition
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - MPH/RD, Public Health Nutrition
Kira "... I do not get to do that often enough though, and so I thought of tutoring as a great way to be able to teach more students. I excel at Writing, Literature, Grammar, and History, and I use to be pretty mean at Math and Geometry and have been reacquainting myself with those subjects over the past few months as I do not get a lot of Math practice as a lawyer! My own learning accomplishments were always assisted by one on one interactions, and I know so many students can benefit by individualized attention. I hope to teach by example, to provide clear and simple explanations for complex concepts, and to be able to review and give advice as quickly and thoroughly as possible..."
Eric "...I have extensive experience tutoring, teaching, and mentoring students for over five years. I taught summer school algebra for two consecutive summers, and taught high school chemistry full-time for two years in Los Angeles, CA. I also received my secondary teaching credential from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA..."
University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Biochemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
State Certified Teacher
Sarah "...I am currently in my 3rd and final year of graduate school at Georgetown University, pursuing two Master's degrees, one in International Affairs and one in Public Policy. Professionally, I have worked for federal and municipal government, as well as various NGOs. I have lived and worked in multiple cities around the world, including Chicago, Cleveland, Paris, France, Pristina, Kosovo and Washington, D.C..."
Baldwin-Wallace University - BA, French, International Studies, Communication Studies (triple major)
Georgetown University - MS, MPP, International Affairs and Public Policy (dual degree)
Sean "...This is in addition to my Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience (with a pre-medical focus) and minor in Sociocultural Anthropology, both of which were earned at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (Class of 2009). Throughout all of this, I have accumulated a great amount of research experience within the realm of molecular biology and data-driven neuroscience. Currently, I am tackling the arduous process of applying to medical school. I've tutored in various modes: as a tutor in math, reading, and writing for young inner-city children, as an SAT instructor, and as an educational volunteer at St..."
Caroline "...I have firsthand experience with genetic modification of bacteria and other interesting biological techniques, as well as interesting stories and facts from professors of Ecology, Immunology, and other biological fields. It’s my belief that students learn most if the material is made relevant and interesting and they are encouraged to ask questions. Additionally, I enjoy standardized tests and helping students to prepare for the SAT and ACT..."
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - BS, Microbiology
Emily "...While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about English, Literature, and History. In my experience helping struggling students prepare for Standardized Tests, we always seem to have the most fun (with remarkable advancements) prepping for the Critical Reading and Writing portions of the exams. I am a firm proponent of education, believing it to be absolutely necessary for an improved quality of life, and I try to impart this appreciation to all of my students..."