Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Washington, DC
Gloria "...I love helping others learn and enjoy math at their pace, using whatever methods that most suit them. I try to incorporate my counseling psychology background to foster the most optimal environment for growth. It's more important that you "get it" conceptually than memorizing formulas. I have experience in tutoring math (ranging from elementary math up to the GRE Quantitative section), as well as ESL during my year in Seoul, South Korea. In the free time that I have, I love running, riding my bike, exploring different food finds, and catching up with friends..."
Osub "I’ve been tutoring since high school, and thoroughly enjoy helping students understand material and become more passionate about learning. I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 where I majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I also worked for two years doing biological research..."
Javier "...For me, this was the ultimate compliment in that I was indeed making a difference. In my spare time, I enjoy learning new practical skills. As of late, I am learning on how to be a better cook (which my wife seems to enjoy)..."
Dilbagh "I am a recent graduate from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, and I plan on applying to medical school. Throughout high school and college, Math, Chemistry, and Physics were always my favorite subjects. In high school, I would help tutor Chemistry and Physics for my teachers, and I continued to be involved in tutoring my peers throughout my undergraduate education..."
James "I am going to be attending the Georgia Institute of Technology for a bachelor of science in computer engineering (ranked 6th in the nation). In high school I have completed up through Multivariable Calculus and have tutored a multitude of students in math and science for service hours for honors societies such as Mu Alpha Theta and Science National Honors Society. I want to teach students to be problem solvers, and mathematically literate, able to apply concepts learned to a variety of problems..."
Ashley "...My love of exploring other cultures has led to me to linguistic and historical study and travel in Spain, Italy, and Israel. Learning from others inspires my own enthusiasm for teaching, and I strive to help students at all levels maximize their potential and enjoy learning. I am a creative educator with a strong work ethic, innovative study strategies, and extensive tutoring experience..."
Alexander "...I feel this allows the student to behave more comfortably, and in turn, get more out of the material that they are learning. This strategy has worked especially well in the Baltimore City Prison. I do recognize that each student is an individual and may have different ways of learning material..."
Koki "I recently moved to D.C. after graduating from Brown University with a B.S. in Chemical Biology. While in college, I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for both introductory and upper-level biochemistry courses, which I truly enjoyed..."
Bethany "... I am currently working to complete my Teaching English as a Foreign Language certification through the University of Toronto. I am an excellent tutor because I am friendly, encouraging, and patient, and I have a passion for teaching high school students. I have first-hand knowledge of the rigor of AP courses, and I understand the stress that accompanies the PSAT and SAT exams..."
Michelle "...My students have ranged from elementary school up through seniors in college. I tutored for the upper division mathematics center at my university, while attending college, as well as through a program called Upward Bound. Upward Bound is a program dedicated to low income or first generation college students prepare for college..."