Award-Winning PSAT Tutors in Washington, DC
Paul "...I have significant experience as both a one-on-one high school tutor during college and teaching high school students after college. I find that I am always able to make the material simple and relatable for the student that I am tutoring - it is a question of presenting the material in a manner that is easy to understand. In addition, I am very patient, friendly, and easy to talk to..."
Katye "I am an international development professional, working on sustainable development initiatives in Latin America with an international organization. I also have a passion for education and have six years of tutoring experience working with students on subjects ranging from test preparation (PSAT, SAT, SAT II, AP, ACT) to Spanish language to college admissions. I have worked with some of the most well-respected tutoring companies and have achieved tangible results working with students of all levels..."
Princeton University - BA, Art and Archaeology, History of Art
Yonsei University, Graduate School of International Studies - MA, Korean Studies, Korean Political and Economic Development
State Certified Teacher
Monica "I am a Masters student with over 10 years of experience tutoring Middle and High School students in the greater Miami and Broward area. I have a B.A. in English from Brown University. I am also a certified tutor with a specialization in literature, English, Reading, AP/IB, FCAT, ESL, ACT and SAT prep, and college admissions..."
Melanie "...Since graduation, I have worked at a startup and traveled through Europe. For tutoring sessions, I believe customized curriculums focusing on knowledge gap areas are the most effective way to improve scores. Throughout high school and college, I tutored academic subjects and the SAT, and look forward to continue working with students..."
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..."
Melody "I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Bioengineering from Rice University and Johns Hopkins University, respectively. My passion is global health and I'm interested in developing engineering solutions to meet clinical needs in low-resource settings. I enjoy teaching and have worked as a tutor, presentations coach, and design team mentor for high school and college students."
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..."
Rebecca "...I work closely with students to ensure that they not only learn what the right answer is, but why it is right and how to apply that information to other questions. I scored a 36 on the ACT and love to help students unlock the challenges of that exam, as well as the SAT and PSAT. I am fluent in Spanish and have lived and studied in Costa Rica, Chile, and Argentina..."
Kyle "I have worked as a tutor since college, both voluntarily and professionally, with a variety of student types. My students' capabilities ranged from preschoolers learning to read for the first time to undergraduate college students needing help passing various prerequisites for their business degrees and CV letter revisions for job applications. I have my B.S. in Accounting and Writing, which is a unique mix and demonstrates my proficiency in math as well as English..."
Lehigh University - Bachelors, Accounting, Writing
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..."