Award-Winning ACT Science Tutors in Washington, DC
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..."
Kevin "I love helping anyone gain a better understanding in any subject in a way that makes sense to them, building upon a strong background so that he or she can tackle any type of problem in that subject. I'm originally from west Texas, where the schools are not the best, so I can easily understand and empathize with any type of course or school difficulty. I come from a fairly large family, having eight brothers and sisters, and because so, I feel I always do my best to put others ahead of myself and can get along with a wide range of different personalities..."
Eric "I am currently a medical student and research fellow in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and know first-hand what it takes to excel educationally. 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..."
University of California-Santa Barbara - BS, Biochemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
State Certified Teacher
Steven "... If chosen to be your child's tutor I will work as hard as I can to ensure that your child makes significant improvements. I tutor in a variety of subjects including Math, English, SAT and GRE test prep. I have tutored for several different companies, including some that work in low-income neighborhoods..."
Craig "I am a recent graduate of Wake Forest University where I received my Bachelor of Science in Mathematical-Economics. I began tutoring Economics through my university’s tutoring center, but soon branched out to local junior high and high schools where I focused on tutoring Math. While I always enjoyed tutoring undergraduate students, I found great satisfaction in teaching Math to struggling teenagers..."
Arianna "... I assisted in marketing, sales, and operations management. I truly missed teaching and inspiring students; therefore, I began to teach some riding lessons again as well as help tutor students. While I enjoy tutoring many subjects, I am most passionate about tutoring science and more specifically biology and chemistry..."
Kira "... One of my favorite parts of my current job is interacting with law student interns and paralegals and teaching them about the law. 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..."
Cary " I am a recent Harvard Law graduate who just moved to D.C. Currently, I am taking some time off before starting a job at a law firm. While in college at the University of Virginia, I tutored international teaching assistants, 100 and 200-level French students, and 9th grade English students at a local high school..."
Lyndia "I am a graduate student of International Affairs, who loves Math and French and helping students understand their coursework. I am a great tutor because if a student does not understand something, I take the time and go over the subject again and try to explain it in a way that he/she will understand. I do not try to rush through the subject..."
Jessica "I graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor's degree in psychology. 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..."
Georgetown Universtiy - BA, Psychology