Award-Winning SAT Tutors in Prince George's County, MD
Kira "... 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. I do not get to do that often enough though, and so I thought of tutoring as a great way to be able to teach more students..."
Bryann "...Since middle school, I have been tutoring my peers in subjects as varied as Spanish, Economics, French, Mathematics, Statistics, and Finance. My students have come from various backgrounds, from middle school in suburban New Jersey to graduate school at Harvard. I have a deep love of learning and sharing my learning strategies with a diverse pool of students with an eye toward tangible success..."
Richa "...I have about two years of experience as a tutor at my university's writing center. I like to understand the students' needs and interests. It will allow the student to have their say and stay interested in the session. I majored in International Studies and have a minor in Economics..."
Luca "I am a graduate of Seton Hall University where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies with a second major in Theology. I am currently enrolled in an MA/PhD program in Philosophy at The Catholic University of America. Since sophomore year of high school, I have tutored students in Latin and Italian and more recently also in helping students prepare for the SAT and GRE..."
Julia "...I have a strong science background, having earned a 4.0 in my major, and am able to help with all ranges of Biology, Chemistry, and Organic chemistry. I am also available for SAT prep, college entrance essays, and other writing and editing needs. During my college career, I tutored both high school and college-age students..."
Mahak "...Testing a wide variety of skills, these exams can be a daunting task to take on. I believe test prep is a valuable tool that can greatly improve a student's score. I personally took both the SAT and ACT in high school as well as three SAT subject tests..."
Marie-Urlima "... I received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) in 2008 and a M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) in 2011. I have experience tutoring a wide range of educational levels, from 1st grade to undergraduate, covering courses ranging from reading and elementary math to physics for engineers and Calculus III..."
University of Maryland Baltimore County - BS, Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland College Park - MS, Materials Science and Engineering
Michelle "...At Duke, I majored in Public Policy Studies and also completed the Elementary Teacher Preparation Program. I am deeply interested in education and teaching in policy, in pedagogy, and in practice. I have taught and tutored in a variety of settings, including a German Kindergarten, a primary school in India, and in schools in North Carolina, California, and Washington, DC..."
Seth "...I studied International Relations as an undergrad at Connecticut College, and I am currently working towards a Master of Arts in Teaching to be a high school social studies teacher. I tutored peers in college in subjects like US History and political science, and I have worked with basic reading and math skills with New American elementary students in Vermont. During my junior year of college, I spent several months in Cuba, where I tutored both elementary school students and adults in English..."
Connecticut College - Bachelors, International Relations
Towson University - Current Grad Student, Master's of Arts in Teaching- Secondary Social Studies
Nisma "I graduated from Reed College with a BA in Economics last May. I just graduated from Yale University with an MA in International Development Economics. Since graduating I worked in Communications for Mercy Corps, mostly writing for their blog..."