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A photo of Jordan who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"... Throughout my education and ever since then, I have helped students in the math and the sciences, whether it be as a tutor or a teaching assistant. I love to motivate and encourage my students to think for themselves, developing their knowledge in their own personal way. Each student has a different way of learning, so finding and using that way is my own goal, even if it means clay models in Chemistry and recitation in Biology..."

My Education

  • Butler University - BS, Biological Sciences
  • Sam Houston State University - MS, Forensic Science

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Genetics, Chemistry, Middle School Math and 16 other subjects.
A photo of Koki who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"I recently moved to D.C. after graduating from Brown University with a B.S. in Chemical Biology. While in college, I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for both introductory and upper-level biochemistry courses, which I truly enjoyed..."

My Education

  • Brown University - BS, Chemical Biology

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Test Prep, Algebra, SAT Verbal and 19 other subjects.
A photo of Christie who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"...For example, having them label a diagram that I have just talked about. Most important -I encourage my students to ask questions, make comments, even disagree with me. I like making math and science come alive for students..."

My Education

  • University of Richmond - BS, Biology
  • University of Tennessee - PhD, Biomedical Sciences

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Science, Pre-Calculus, Arithmetic and 13 other subjects.
A photo of Austin who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"I am an MD/PhD student at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and have recently moved to the Baltimore, MD area. I can help with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, in addition to test preparation for the MCAT. My clients have ranged from high school students enrolled in Physical and Biological Science classes, AP/IB science students, college students majoring in Chemistry and Biology, and post-undergraduate students preparing for the MCAT. While at Duke University, I tutored Introductory Physics, Introductory and Advanced Chemistry, and a wide variety of Biology courses..."

My Education

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

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, MCAT Physical Sciences, Physics, Anatomy and 12 other subjects.
A photo of Jasmine  who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"... After college, I worked as a partner teacher in a second grade classroom, which was by far one of the most fulfilling jobs I have experienced. Working with young minds on this level reminded me of how I first became enamored with Math and Science, which continue to be my favorite subjects overall. I believe all students can excel in any subject when the basics are taught in a way that is fun and on par with individual learning styles..."

My Education

  • Brown University - BA, Human Biology & Africana Studies
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Reading, Science, Math and 23 other subjects.
A photo of Rita who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"Being a tutor is a job not to be taken lightly. It requires passion, dedication, a love of learning and teaching, and also patience. A tutor is someone who is non-judgmental and one who is able to place himself/herself in a student's shoes..."

My Education

  • Grand Valley State University - BS, Pre-medicine
  • Midwestern University - Doctorate, Optometry

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Science, Anatomy, Languages and 6 other subjects.
A photo of Lauren who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"I'm very excited to start tutoring with Varsity Tutors. I graduated from Georgetown University in 2012 with a degree in Human Science, minor in Theology, and Pre-med concentration. In college, I really enjoyed taking Anatomy, Physiology, Molecular Biology, Community Health, and Chemistry courses..."

My Education

  • Georgetown University - BS, Human Science

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, SAT Math, Arithmetic, SAT Mathematics and 31 other subjects.
A photo of David who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"I am a graduate of Yale University, where I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Having a passion for the sciences, I worked in various research positions from studying endangered desert tortoises in the Mojave Desert to studying the population genetics of ornamental fishes of the Amazon. I realized I missed the human connection and pursued medical school at the University of Connecticut; where I've found medicine combines both my love of science and helping others..."

My Education

  • Yale University - BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • University of Connecticut - MD, Medicine

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, SAT Critical Reading, SAT Subject Tests, MCAT Physical Sciences and 28 other subjects.
A photo of Osub who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"I’ve been tutoring since high school, and thoroughly enjoy helping students understand material and become more passionate about learning. I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 where I majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I also worked for two years doing biological research..."

My Education

  • Harvard - BA, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Algebra, Anatomy, Science and 4 other subjects.
A photo of Milenka who is one of our Physiology tutors in Washington DC
"...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. I like to make my tutoring sessions fun so that the student truly becomes interested in the subject and the information sticks in their head, rather than just being a thing that they are forced to do. Since little I aways had a huge passion for the anatomy and physiology of the human body, and I think that if it wasn't for the amazing teachers that I had during high school, I wouldn't have continued my career in this field..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland - BA, Neurophysiology

Tutoring Subjects:

Physiology, Physical Chemistry, Geometry, Elementary Math and 18 other subjects.
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