Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Washington, DC
Akash "...I take a personalized approach with each student and each subject to best suit the student's strengths as a learner. My passion for teaching is apparent right away. I think it is easy for my students to stay engaged and focused..."
University of Marlyand - BS, Neurobiology/Physiology
Gerard "...During my time at Florida State, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for the FSU Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. I spent my time teaching for the Organic Chemistry Laboratory course, as it is my favorite subject. I also have worked tutoring pre-medical and pre-pharmacy students in all of the prerequisite science courses for their respective school. I have found that the best way to tutor a student is to address each students needs and gain an understanding of their unique thought process; nobody solves a problem the exact same way..."
Florida State University - B.S., Chemistry and Biochemistry
Lindsay "...I was a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a coed service fraternity. I also cofounded and was President of our campus's chapter of STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition. After graduating I moved to Los Angeles and worked full-time as a Development Associate in the Major Gifts division of a national peace lobby while also working part-time as an in-home private tutor to students of underperforming schools in the city..."
Ohio University - BA, International Studies
State Certified Teacher
Timothy "...Upon my graduation I served as a student-teacher at a local high school, St. Joseph's Prep in Philadelphia, where I aided freshmen students with Physical Science material. There I also tutored students in Biology and even served as the Mathletes coach, helping the school's Mathletes with problems ranging from logarithms and exponents to topics in pre-calculus..."
Georgetown University - BS, Chemistry
Daphne "I graduated from Drexel University with a degree in Biology and two minors in Spanish and International Area Studies. I am currently working at the NIH. I have experience tutoring college, high school, and middle school students..."
Drexel University - BS, Biological Sciences
Tegan "...Last fall, I was a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University, teaching the freshman only seminar "The Human Microbiome". This course was a modified version of the course I taught as a Dean's Teaching Fellow. I have also been a teaching assistant for various other courses, including Biochemistry, the freshman only lab course Phage Hunters, and others..."
Smith College - BA, Biochemistry
Johns Hopkins University - PhD, Biology
Steven "After graduating from UNC, I began working in an ultrasound research lab developing new ways to image blood flow using ultrasound, eventually earning a Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering. 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..."
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - BS, Biomedical Engineering
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - MS, Biomedical Engineering
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
Nathan "...Later I went on to teach chemistry part-time at the highly-rated HB-Woodlawn public school program in the Washington DC area. I have always enjoyed working with all varieties and skill levels of students, and am a strong believer in adapting a flexible and engaging teaching style. In additional to teaching I am passionate about science and science education, in general..."
Hampshire College - BA, Chemistry
University of Chicago - MS, Chemistry
Craig "... Furthermore, I have learned that every student has a unique style of learning. My tutoring philosophy embodies this notion and I strive to tailor my lessons to fit each student’s academic strengths. Having been successful in my academic career, I have learned exactly what it takes to achieve great test scores and high grades..."
Wake Forest University - BS, Mathematical-Economics