Award-Winning Organic Chemistry Tutors in Washington, DC
Justin "... Most of my students have been college students in need of help with General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. My teaching style centers on explaining concepts and making students think there way through problems. I find many students are unsure of exactly how to study for Math exams and I believe I provide good instruction for how students may best prepare in their personal study time..."
Vanderbilt University - BS, Chemistry
New York University - MS, Chemistry
Kevin "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..."
Grinnell College - BA, Biological Chemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Rachael "...I love the arts. 3. I love learning. I began my undergraduate career at University of Maryland, Baltimore County unsure of where to target my future. With my love of science and art, it seemed only logically to begin by majoring in both! Throughout the years my focus shifted and now I am pursuing a career in the theatre arts industry, but my passion for science has never faded. As my coursework leaned more significantly towards the arts, I found tutoring to be a sharp connection to the sciences..."
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - BA, Theatre Design and Production
Jennifer "... 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. By the end of our tutoring sessions, I don't want my students to know rote material; I try to make sure they are able to tell me why it is important and how to teach the material right back to me..."
University of Pennsylvania - BA, Physics
Matt "I am a graduate of Dickinson College with a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. I currently work as Research Specialist in a Traumatic Brain Injury Research lab at the University of Pennsylvania and plan to remain there until attending Medical School in the Fall of 2014. In my spare time I enjoy swimming, golfing, skiing and most other outdoor activities..."
Dickinson College - BS, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology
Cheryl "... I also taught a biology laboratory at UW-L and would tutor college students in my spare time. I adore teaching biology and other science topics and love when people get as excited about the material as I do. My teaching style is highly adaptable to the needs of the student..."
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse - BS, Biomedical Science- Chemistry
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse - MS, Celluar and Molecular Biology
Conklin "... My area of interest is Genetics, and I hope to eventually receive my PhD in Bioinformatics. I believe that learning is all about asking questions. The most important skill we can develop as students and people is to realize the things that we do not know and find ways to ask questions about them. Whatever these things are, they are most certainly different for everyone, and challenging them and tackling them head on is a sure fire way to grow intellectually..."
University of Chicago - BA, Biology
Steve "I am a graduate of The University of Texas – Austin with Bachelor of Science with degrees in both Biology and Biochemistry. Now, I am currently in the MD/PhD program at Johns Hopkins, where I plan to combine both my clinical and basic science interests particularly in cancer. Ever since I can remember, my favorite subjects to learn as well as teach were the Biological and Physical Sciences..."
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, BS, Biology Honors & Biochemistry Honors
Gene Patrick "...During my undergrad years, I tutored people in Introduction to Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. While an undergraduate, I volunteered in a tutoring program called Tutorial Project, where I tutored a 3rd grader in Math and ELA, and then eventually oversaw the tutoring of 5-6 students. In the summer of 2012, I worked for the Center For Talented Youth as a Teaching Assistant for Fast-Paced High School Chemistry..."
Johns Hopkins University - BA, Chemistry
Alfred "...I am currently a prospective 2015 medical student. While I am proficient in a range of related subjects, I am most passionate about biology (both micro and macro) and Chemistry. Communication is also important in my life..."
VCU - BS, Biology; minors: French and Chemistry