Award-Winning ACT Writing Tutors in Washington, DC
Barbara "... I'm spending my time in DC as an intern in the health policy and advocacy field and I'm looking forward to helping lots of students meet their academic goals! I have experience tutoring at all levels, from elementary school through college, and in a wide variety of subjects, from biology and math to reading and writing. I'm relaxed and fun but also efficient and organized. I believe that every student is unique and that I can work with each student to find what works best for them..."
Andrea "...Since graduation, I have been attending the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, preparing to specialize in pediatrics. Throughout college and medical school, I tutored and taught both younger students and peers. I also have experience with curriculum development at the high school and graduate school levels, including a published, peer-reviewed medical school curriculum..."
Julie "...in Museum Studies. My undergraduate degree is from Denison University, where I majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. While pursuing my Master's degree, I spent a lot of time working at many of the area's museums learning about collections, exhibits and successful strategies for engaging and educating visitors! Biology is one of my passions, and I would love to be able to help students grow their understanding and excitement for the subject in a one-on-one, individualized setting. I am able to tutor a variety of Biology subjects as well as test preparation in Reading, Writing, English and Science..."
Hannah "...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. In graduate school at UNC Chapel Hill and in my professional work, I have found a niche as an editor for written and data-heavy projects, which is a role I thoroughly enjoy..."
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - BS, Nutrition
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - MPH/RD, Public Health Nutrition
LaToya "...Once ownership happens, it becomes easier to engage and ask questions that lead to understanding. I graduated from Georgetown University in May 2012 with a degree in Government and English. I have taught middle and high school students in DC and South Africa, as well as tutored undergraduate students at Georgetown. I believe everyone has the necessary tools to be successful in the classroom..."
Caroline "...One on one practice tests give students a chance to ask questions and understand the fundamentals while gaining familiarity with the layout of the tests themselves. My strongest SAT and ACT sections were the Verbal and Writing sections, and I continued to foster my language skills by taking Professional Writing classes while at Virginia Tech. In my free time, I love to watch ice hockey and play with my cat Auri (named after a character from my favorite book The Name of the Wind)..."
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - BS, Microbiology
Dwayne "...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. It was a very rewarding experience watching these students ultimately get into the college of their choice..."
Sarah "...In undergrad, I worked as a course assistant for a French language and culture course, teaching select topics in class, creating curriculum, and holding office hours for a small class of 6 students. I also have worked as a statistics tutor for my college and a French tutor for my high school. Furthermore, I have extensive proofreading and editing experience as I have worked as a proofreader for a court reporter, as a departmental assistant editing academic papers for professors and as a pro bono editor of many college essays and cover letters for friends and family..."
Baldwin-Wallace University - BA, French, International Studies, Communication Studies (triple major)
Georgetown University - MS, MPP, International Affairs and Public Policy (dual degree)
Nobuko "...The classes were usually comprised of 10 or 12 students. Finally, my most recent teaching experience was during my study abroad term last fall in Dakar, Senegal. I volunteered for the Center of Handicapped Persons, and I worked with mentally and physically disabled school age Senegalese students..."
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..."