Award-Winning GMAT Tutors in Reston, VA
Robert ...providing individual and group therapy for individuals facing challenges in personal and professional life decisions. I have trained members of the general public ways to write in a style that is clear, concise, and persuasive. When addressing new subject areas, I've worked with people to break down information into manageable pieces and develop a comfort level in communicating these new concepts. I have also helped many people develop proficiency in public speaking.
Eran ...students of all ages (from elementary school to adult) in a wide variety of subjects, including Math (Elementary Math to Calculus), Science (including Physics and Chemistry), test prep (ACT, SAT, GMAT, GRE), and English. My approach is individualized - each student gets a lesson based on his needs, strengths, and weaknesses. I try to find out exactly what a student has difficulty understanding, and I break it down into the simplest ideas possible.
University of Illinois - BA, Liberal Arts
University of Maryland - MA, Philosophy
State Certified Teacher
Priya ...types. I've tutored and taught all age levels, from working with kindergartners on their reading skills to TA'ing graduate students in a statistics course. I'm a huge believer that the key to doing well on exams is confidence. In addition to working on the hard skills, I will help you figure out what your mental blocks are and be your cheerleader to help you believe that you are more than capable of getting where you...
Andrew ...University. I received my BA and MA in English Literature and my PhD in Film Studies. I have also worked as a Grader for the AP English Composition test for 7 years. I am here to aid you in any stage of the writing process--from brainstorming ideas to editing a final paper. I specialize in finding a way to get the brilliant ideas in your head onto the page to make a coherent and complete...
Brandon ...of learning, books, English, history, philosophy, words, and the beauty, logic, and subtleties of language. I am a creative teacher by trade and by nature, and find great satisfaction and joy in bringing out the best in my students. For me, few thrills equal the amazing symmetry, the intense dynamism, of the teacher-student relationship. I appreciate the challenges of teaching, and do not rest until my students "found what they are looking for."
Ebbie I went to college at the University of South Carolina and am now a licensed attorney working on the Hill. I believe that with the right combination of practice and confidence, any student can reach their goals. ... I believe that the most important part of academic success is excitement and enthusiasm to tackle the material. It doesn't develop overnight, but with steady practice a student will be ready to reach their goals.... During a typical first session, I will get to know the student, their baseline level of comfort and knowledge of the given subject, and the goal that they are aiming for.
Nozim ...a co-founder/President of a consulting startup based in Fairfax, VA. He received his B.S. in Finance and Accounting from Rochester Institute of Technology. After four rather progressive years in public sector evaluating and executing high-ticket investment projects in basic materials sector he went on to receive his MBA from the University of Virginia. He leveraged his unique background as he transitioned into corporate role at Swiss based industrial conglomerate with substantial oil and gas interests...
Erin ...have a lot of experience teaching disparate subjects. I have been teaching biology, chemistry, physics, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus to high school and university students for about 12 years. Similarly, have 12 years of experience with the SAT, ACT, and ISEE/SSAT, and about 4 years of experience teaching GRE and GMAT. As far as hobbies go, I enjoy reading science fiction, classic literature, and comic books. Rock-climbing is a big thing for me, as is...
Stanford - Bachelors, Biology
Valentine ...name is Valentine, and I'm a Maryland native who loves good music, dramatic movies, and travel. Another one of my favorite things is working with students from all walks of life; I've been happily tutoring and mentoring for more than four years. I practice student-centered tutoring, which means I like to spend a little more time in the beginning trying out various learning techniques (written, oral, movement-based) to discover which best helps my student succeed.
Pomona College - Bachelors, Politics
Christian I'm a former Math Olympiad - and currently a business executive - who continues to mentor students and office employees, while also volunteering with young people in my community.... As a teacher, one needs to be a careful and patient listener, and always strive to find innovative ways to connect to each student, bearing in mind, each person has their own strength, weaknesses, and methods of learning.... Understand the student's goal (specific grade / score, placement in class, etc.), and remind them to constantly visualize achieving that goal (when the going gets tough).