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"...I have a year experience teaching and tutoring the MCAT and DAT. I also tutor the GRE and SAT. I love teaching and mentoring pre-med students..."

My Education

  • Yale University - BS, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, ACT, MCAT Physical Sciences, Biology and 30 other subjects.
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"As an undergrad at the University of Minnesota, I was a Biochemistry Teaching Assistant. In that position I helped students in a one-on-one basis as well as ran pre-exam review sessions. I worked as a Lab Assistant in a Genetics Lab throughout my undergrad education..."

My Education

  • University of Minnesota - BS, Biochemistry

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Biochemistry, LSAT, IB BIology SL and 15 other subjects.
A photo of Joseph who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"...I am now 23 years old and have a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Maryland and a Physiology and Biophysics Master's degree from Georgetown. I love playing soccer and the guitar, and I enjoy reading. As for the characteristics more relevant to tutoring, I relish the opportunity to learn, and I am excited to help you do the same! I believe that all knowledge gained is worthwhile and that you can never know too much, whether it is crucial to your ambitions or just an interesting fact..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland, College Park - B.S., Biology
  • Georgetown University - M.S., Physiology, Biophysics

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Algebra, AP Biology, Geometry and 17 other subjects.
A photo of Sunny who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"I graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with honors in 2011 and since have taught in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. I have years of experience teaching students of levels Pre-K through 11th grade as well as tutoring people of all other ages. Being a special educator definitely has helped me become more tuned to each person's particular needs, aware of everyone's unique learning styles, and effective at simplifying difficult concepts to step-by-step instructions..."

My Education

  • Johns Hopkins University - BA, Behavioral Biology
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Physical Science, SAT Math, MCAT Social and Behavioral Sciences and 41 other subjects.
A photo of Milenka who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"... During college I became very interested in helping students succeed so I became part of a tutoring program for high school students in which I would help them in Algebra I and II, Geometry and Calculus. I was also a volunteer tutor for incoming freshman students that needed help in science classes, mostly tutoring Biology and Chemistry, but also helping in Anatomy, and Microbiology. My teaching technique is to always stay simple, breaking down the information or problems into small steps so that the student can learn and understand the basics and then build the answer from there. Also I like to keep all the written information organized, color coding, so that objectives are separated and can be easily found for reference in the future..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland - BA, Neurophysiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Languages, English, Algebra and 18 other subjects.
A photo of Danielle who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"Hello! I have two years of experience tutoring undergraduate students in Science, mostly Biology and Chemistry. I love bringing a student out of their shell and having a conversation about the material. I think the best way for anyone to learn is to explain the new information in different ways that relate back to their own life and having a conversation about the material is the easiest way to do that..."

My Education

  • Virginia Commonwealth University - BS, Biology, Chemistry minor

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, SAT, Biology, Social Sciences and 20 other subjects.
A photo of Lauren who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"...Seuss said it best: "you have brains in your head. You have feet in shoes. You can steer yourself in the direction you choose..."

My Education

  • University of Rhode Island - Bachelor of Arts, Writing & Rhetoric

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, SAT Critical Reading, ACT, SAT Writing and 25 other subjects.
A photo of Zachary who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"... During college, I had the chance to work with a number of students, teaching and supporting them as they worked hard toward their goals. Science can be challenging and frustrating, but together I have helped many students have a "light bulb" moment. It's satisfying for me to see, but far more satisfying for them to experience! I have enjoyed working with students from very diverse backgrounds and starting at very different levels..."

My Education

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

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Arithmetic, ACT English, Graduate Test Prep and 22 other subjects.
A photo of Mark who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"...Before this position, I worked in laboratories at the National Cancer Institute and the USDA. My experience uniquely positions me to be an effective tutor in both the Biological Sciences and Writing. I love words and writing and enjoy editing papers to help others improve their work. I am currently published on three papers and have written dozens of private reports. I think people work best when they enjoy their work, so as a tutor I bring a lighthearted attitude and good humor..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland College Park - BS, Biology

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, ACT Writing, IB Theory of Knowledge, ACT Science and 23 other subjects.
A photo of Lauren who is one of our Microbiology tutors in Washington DC
"...The creativity of an artist can be a powerful asset to a teacher. I possesses an artist's creative ability to view the world and its problems in different perspectives, intuitive knack to come up with unexpected ways of looking and understanding new concepts, and flexibility of thought. I can explain a concept from different perspectives often utilizing visuals and the big picture..."

My Education

  • Johns Hopkins University - BS, Neuroscience

Tutoring Subjects:

Microbiology, Trigonometry, English, Organic Chemistry and 14 other subjects.
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