Award-Winning PSAT Tutors in Washington, DC
Dominique "...For high school, I attended Phillips Exeter Academy. where I pursued my passions in acting, working with children, debate, writing and international affairs. I have continued these passions in college by volunteering with children in Indonesia, participating in my school's debate team, and doing 5 professional internships..."
Samuel "I believe that to be a student not only means to succeed in school but to become a lover of knowledge. This philosophy has guided me since I started tutoring freshman year in college. My strengths lie in reading, writing, and all things humanities..."
Maureen "“If you can reach me then you can teach me” (Allie Mooney). During my tutoring sessions, I strive to create a positive atmosphere by encouraging and praising students for their work produced. This approach has proven to be a success for ensuring that students learn effectively and meet their learning goals..."
Eleanor "I am available to tutor test prep for a variety of standardized tests including the LSAT, SAT, PSAT, and GRE. I have an undergraduate degree in Biology and a law degree focused on environmental law. I have tutored students for the Bar exam, including many who had previously failed, and developed many strategies to help my students gain a better understanding of the materials and the test itself..."
Kira "I am a one-time liberal arts graduate who decided to take my passion for writing and research to law school, like so many others. I currently work as an attorney for the Department of Justice, graduated from Ball State University 13 years ago and went straight to law school at Washington and Lee University right here in Virginia. One of my favorite parts of my current job is interacting with law student interns and paralegals and teaching them about the law..."
Tim "...I also work for Students Consulting for Non-Profits, a team dedicated to improving philanthropic organizations in Baltimore city. In high school, I was heavily involved with policy debate, orchestra, the newspaper, and model UN. I have also traveled abroad on behalf of the U.S..."
Hannah "...In undergrad as a Nutrition major at UNC Chapel Hill, I took took elective courses in Spanish and Biology, along with the Chemistry minor that I was required to complete. My Math background comes from attending a rigorous Science and Math boarding school, the North Carolina School of Science and Math(NCSSM) where I completed 5 courses of college-level mathematics. In graduate school at UNC Chapel Hill and in my professional work, I have found a niche as an editor for written and data-heavy projects, which is a role I thoroughly enjoy..."
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - BS, Nutrition
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - MPH/RD, Public Health Nutrition
Theresa "I graduated from Virginia Tech with a double major in Economics and International Studies and a minor in French. In the past I have taught several ESL classes, and for more than a year I have tutored one-on-one in Test Prep, English, and Economics. My favorite subject to tutor is Economics; I love how it explains people's behavior..."
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - BA, Economics, International Studies
Kristin "...I specialize in Verbal skills, critical reading and writing help. I'd love to tackle general school coursework with you. I'm also here for specialized standardized test prep(SAT/ACT/ISEE) ..."
Sarah "...I have been tutoring math consistently during the school year for the past two years; my work has encompassed both homework coaching and exam review. So much of grade school math is learning to see connections between concepts and build on earlier work. When I help students with math, I guide them towards making connections and ensure that they understand how concepts are interrelated - the Pythagorean theorem and the distance formula, for instance. I believe that the best way to make sure a student remembers a theorem or formula is to teach them how and why it works..."