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A photo of Zachary who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"...I've also bungy jumped on three continents and have plans to do the remaining three (does Antarctica even count?!) in the next few years. Perhaps most of all, I enjoy getting to know new and interesting people. If we can work together to help get closer to your goals, even better..."

My Education

  • State University of New York Geneseo - BS, Biology
  • Uniformed Services University - MD/PhD, Medicine and Microbiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, MCAT Social and Behavioral Sciences, MCAT, Biology and 22 other subjects.
A photo of Suresh Kevin who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"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..."

My Education

  • Grinnell College - BA, Biological Chemistry
  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - MD, Medicine

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, ACT Math, Organic Chemistry, MCAT Social and Behavioral Sciences and 24 other subjects.
A photo of Jennifer who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... I turned my love of science into a successful research career that has taken me into the worlds of Chemistry, Medicine, Biology, and Physics. However, my day is never complete until I can share my knowledge with fellow students and scientists. In my experience, the best way to teach math and science is to show students real world examples they can appreciate at any age..."

My Education

  • University of Pennsylvania - BA, Physics

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, SAT Math, Graduate Test Prep, Geometry and 17 other subjects.
A photo of Steven who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... My work in the lab required a lot of Math and Physics knowledge for processing ultrasound signals and writing software to display images, plus a little bit of Chemistry and Biology for understanding what was happening as we took images. During my time at UNC I also had the opportunity to work with Habitat for Humanity, both building homes and tutoring the children who lived in the neighborhoods we were working in. It was incredibly rewarding to work with the same students for multiple years and watch them develop, both as students and people..."

My Education

  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - BS, Biomedical Engineering
  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - MS, Biomedical Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Calculus 2, Algebra 2, GRE and 17 other subjects.
A photo of Zhong who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"I've been tutoring math and science for the last ten years. I really like this job because I enjoy working with kids, and I also love to talk about my interests. This is a great job. My hours are flexible, and I can re-arrange times to fit your needs (for example, if there's a test on Tuesday, I could come on Monday instead of the scheduled time)..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland - BS, Math

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Summer, SAT Mathematics, Elementary Math and 24 other subjects.
A photo of Joubert who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"...I want the students to understand the rationale behind the question. Yes, the student may get a specific question right, but what about other problems? Will the student have the skill set to solve other problems. To aid the student in learning, I draw in examples from other disciplines or my own experience when I learned the topic and what helped me in my own understanding..."

My Education

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Chemical Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Elementary Math and 20 other subjects.
A photo of Craig who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"...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. From my experiences, I learned that anyone can tackle basic mathematical ideas if they are given proper patience and instruction..."

My Education

  • Wake Forest University - BS, Mathematical-Economics

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, Finite Mathematics, Physics and 34 other subjects.
A photo of Milenka who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... Since little I aways had a huge passion for the anatomy and physiology of the human body, and I think that if it wasn't for the amazing teachers that I had during high school, I wouldn't have continued my career in this field. That is why I believe that teachers are a huge part of a student's career path, and from my part, I would like to influence student in a positive manner, to become lovers of what they are interested in, even if they are having a hard time learning the subject. In my free time, I like to play volleyball and do Tae Kwon Do. I love watching Dexter, Breaking Bad, Investigation Discovery and HGTV..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland - BA, Neurophysiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Algebra, Microbiology, Algebra 2 and 18 other subjects.

My Education

  • UC Merced - BS, Bioengineering
  • Johns Hopkins University - MS, Biomedical Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Geometry, Competition Math, Finite Mathematics and 48 other subjects.
A photo of Lauren who is one of our Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... When teaching others, you must be able to teach the way you think to arrive at that understanding or answer. Learning how to think and digest new knowledge is what I can teach in addition to knowledge. While science satisfies my inquisitive nature, providing answers and knowledge, art feeds my creative seed and occupies my free time. The creativity of an artist can be a powerful asset to a teacher..."

My Education

  • Johns Hopkins University - BS, Neuroscience

Tutoring Subjects:

Chemistry, Algebra, Math, Anatomy and 14 other subjects.
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