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"...My teaching style is to keep the material simple, breaking down complex problems into small steps so students can learn throughout the process. I can help make good students into excellent students that gain admission to top universities with outstanding test scores. Over my time teaching and tutoring, I have found I truly love to help students succeed in any way possible. This usually includes learning the course material and also learning about stress management techniques, time management, and test-taking strategies..."

My Education

  • Duke University - BS, Majors in Chemistry & Biology
  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - MD & PhD, Student

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, MCAT Social and Behavioral Sciences, Anatomy, Physics and 12 other subjects.
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"...My past tutoring positions have also allowed me to work with a wide variety of ages and even given me the opportunity to work in various countries across Central and South America. Regardless of where I was working, the age of my students, or the subject matter, I have always enjoyed going through the learning process in a fun and creative manner. One of the ways I have accomplished this is by complementing my expertise with an abundant amount of support and encouragement..."

My Education

  • University of Virginia - BA, English

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Essay Editing, Arithmetic, Chemistry and 26 other subjects.
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"...I am most comfortable tutoring Biology as it is my true academic passion. I understand how frustrating it can be when difficult subjects such as science do not come easy. It gives me the greatest sense of accomplishment when I start tutoring a student who feels lost and by the end of our sessions, not only do they know the information, but they truly enjoy learning about science. It is easy to get confused in the world of scientific language, which is why I try to simplify the information as much as possible..."

My Education

  • Monmouth University - BS, Biology with a Concentration in Molecular Cell Physiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, AP Biology, Math, Algebra and 9 other subjects.
A photo of Steven who is one of our Physical Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"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..."

My Education

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

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Science, Middle School Math, Chemistry and 17 other subjects.
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"...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. I have also found this to be fun, helping to maintain the attention of the student in the subject. I am a very energetic and passionate person, who believes that learning doesn't have to be boring..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland - BA, Neurophysiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Science, Middle School Math, Algebra and 18 other subjects.
A photo of Emily who is one of our Physical Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... My approach to science and math is that it should be, and truly can be, a lot of fun. I try to relate problems to real life situations and make sure the student understands basic concepts before moving on. I am especially passionate about tutoring these subjects to help my students enjoy them as well..."

My Education

  • Northwestern University - BS, Chemistry, Voice Performance
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, ACT Science, Test Prep, Arithmetic and 25 other subjects.
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"... 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..."

My Education

  • Wake Forest University - BS, Mathematical-Economics

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, ACT Science, Physics, SAT and 34 other subjects.
A photo of Jonathan who is one of our Physical Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"... My undergraduate education was at Virginia Tech, where I earned a BS in Chemical Engineering and a BA in Chemistry. I specialize in the maths and sciences, drawing from real-world, practical examples to keep course lessons interesting. Through teaching undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon University, I realized that many students who find mathematical and scientific concepts difficult are actually searching for a more intuitive understanding..."

My Education

  • Virginia Tech - BS, BA, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry
  • Carnegie Mellon - PhD, Chemical Engineering (Bioengineering emphasis)

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pre-Algebra, IB Chemistry SL and 42 other subjects.
A photo of Elliott who is one of our Physical Chemistry tutors in Washington DC
"I am a recent college graduate from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). While I have tutored in quite a few varied subjects, my personal favorite subject to tutor is math, from Algebra 1 all the way through Multivariable Calculus! Where some people may see math as boring or frustrating, I've always found it to be fun and very practical. I also tutor various subjects in Chemistry, from General Chemistry to Organic and Physical Chemistry. I have experience in tutoring for the quantitative reasoning portion of the GRE as well. I started tutoring back in my junior year of college, and I have never looked back..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County - B.S., Chemical Engineering

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Graduate Test Prep, Pre-Calculus, GRE Quantitative and 11 other subjects.
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"...I have extensive experience tutoring college students and elementary, middle, and high school children. In addition, I have tutored in after school science programs for schools in areas below the poverty line. Also, I have extensive experience in medical research where I further sharpened my science skills..."

My Education

  • Mercer University - BS, Biology, Chemistry

Tutoring Subjects:

Physical Chemistry, Genetics, MCAT Verbal Reasoning, MCAT Social and Behavioral Sciences and 33 other subjects.
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