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A photo of Samantha who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"I recently graduated from Alfred University, where I double majored in philosophy and conflict studies. In pursuing that course of study, I developed strong reading, writing, critical thinking, and reasoning skills. I also learned the value of individual attention both in and outside the classroom..."

My Education

  • Alfred University - BA, Philosophy, Violence and Conflict Studies

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, SAT Verbal, Essay Editing, SAT Math and 8 other subjects.
A photo of Tiyata who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"... I decided I wouldn’t allow anyone else I knew go through the same thing. I began working as a pre-college mentor while at Maryland and it was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. I am a very hands on type of teacher..."

My Education

  • University of Maryland at College Park - BS, Elementary Education
  • McDaniel College - MS, Curriculum and Instruction
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, English, Geometry, Middle School Math and 24 other subjects.
A photo of Alexander who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"...Knowing that I wasn't quite talented enough to get a basketball scholarship, I decided to try the more conventional route to admission- a high GPA, extracurricular involvement, and that ever elusive elite SAT score. Actually, let me rephrase that: despite what you may think now, an elite SAT score is not that elusive. Mastering the SAT is essentially a science, which I will be glad to help you learn..."

My Education

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - BA, Russian Language and Culture
  • University of Maryland at College Park - M.Ed, Elementary Education

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, Test Prep, SAT Critical Reading, SAT Writing and 6 other subjects.
A photo of Lauren who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"... In the future, I hope to work as a Radiologist at a medical school where I can teach medical students and residents how to more effectively diagnose and treat patients. I love teaching students of all levels because learning is a skill that is so important and can be so fun. I think it's important to make learning fun and interactive, so I encourage students to talk through the material as we study, and then we can pause and work on gaps in their understanding. I also enjoy providing example problems and then coaching the student through steps on how to solve them, giving them more and more responsibility to demonstrate that they have mastered the material..."

My Education

  • Brigham Young University - BS, Physiology and Developmental Biology
  • Johns Hopkins Medical School - MD, MD program
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, Pre-Calculus, SAT Mathematics, MCAT Verbal Reasoning and 27 other subjects.
A photo of Maryanne who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"...I moved to Phoenix upon graduation to teach elementary school in a public charter school. Since that time, I have taught fifth grade Math and History, middle school History, and second grade. In May 2013, I graduated from the Mary Lou Fulton College at ASU with a Master of Education in Elementary Education..."

My Education

  • University of Pennsylvania - BA, History
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, AP U.S. Government & Politics, World History, Government and 45 other subjects.
A photo of Kim-Yen who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"I have been a university astronomy teaching assistant for over two years, working with groups of students and individuals in discussions, labs, and office hours for both major and non-major courses; this has given me practice with all levels of students, explaining math, physics, and analytical reasoning as well as sharing study tips and strategies. The part I love most about teaching is that glorious "Aha!" moment when everyone's hard work finally pays off and some elusive concept finally makes sense to a student. Sometimes that moment happens almost instantly; sometimes that moment dawns gradually and requires rounds of analogies, multiple angles of explanations and strategies, or just pages of practice--but I believe that with persistent positive guidance, a student can conquer even their toughest, most intimidating subjects.."

My Education

  • Cornell University - BA, Astronomy
  • University of Maryland - MS, Astronomy

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, SAT Math, Math, Calculus and 15 other subjects.
A photo of Christina who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"I am very enthusiastic about helping you or your child reach your learning goals this year! I am a Masters student at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service, where I study Refugee and Humanitarian Issues. I love English and History, and minored in the former in undergraduate at George Washington University (with a major in International Affairs.) My tutoring style is very flexible: I am always interested in trying new methods of memorization--from mnemonics to interactive games and creative activities--and appreciate that everyone learns differently. I received very high scores on the AP English, US History, European History, World History, and Psychology exams, and attended Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Virginia. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions..."

My Education

  • George Washington University - BA, International Affairs, English Minor
  • Georgetown University - MA, International Security

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, Government, History, Grammar and Mechanics and 23 other subjects.
A photo of Laura who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"I have nearly three years of tutoring experience, predominantly as a Math and Science tutor in most K-12 subjects, SSAT and SAT I & II Prep, as well as in College Level Organic and General Chemistry. Working with students and helping them succeed and overcome challenges is a very rewarding experience. I believe learning can be a fun process, and that hard work, dedication, and inspiration can make a huge difference in a student's life..."

My Education

  • University of California, Santa Barbara - BS, Microbiology
  • Georgetown University - MS, Biotechnology

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, SAT Verbal, Organic Chemistry, Study Skills and Organization and 18 other subjects.
A photo of Camille who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"...I find test anxiety to be a cause for concern for many students and parents, so I like to go over simple breathing and other techniques to combat stress. My past tutoring and teaching experiences include working with elementary-age students in reading, math, and literature arts. I also have experience teaching the Spanish language to children and adults of different ages. My main interests are English composition and English language/literature..."

My Education

  • Hampton University - BS, Business Administration
  • Hampton University - MBA, Business Administration

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, College Essays, Elementary Math, ESL/ELL and 51 other subjects.
A photo of Diane who is one of our SAT tutors in Washington DC
"...In college, I taught English to Spanish speaking immigrants and conducted an introductory Spanish class for interested language beginners. I also served as a peer tutor in social science and language while at Washington and Lee. At Harvard, I worked for both the Extension School and Summer School Writing Center, helping students with coursework writing as well as application materials..."

My Education

  • Washington and Lee - BA, Politics, French, Spanish
  • Harvard University - PhD, Government

Tutoring Subjects:

SAT, SAT Mathematics, Spanish 1, English and 34 other subjects.
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