Award-Winning SAT Tutors in Washington, DC
Danielle "Hello! I have two years of experience tutoring undergraduate students in Science, mostly Biology and Chemistry. I love bringing a student out of their shell and having a conversation about the material. I think the best way for anyone to learn is to explain the new information in different ways that relate back to their own life and having a conversation about the material is the easiest way to do that..."
Melody "... Some of my other favorite pastimes are reading, watching movies, and spending time with my friends. I have tutored high school students in the past, and have focused on the sciences. However, I find that I can relate to and communicate with students of all ages, and am capable of teaching more than just the sciences..."
Halle "...I have a passion for languages and really enjoy reading and writing. Thus, my favorite subjects are in the humanities field, however, the majority of my tutoring experience has been in teaching Mathematics. Additionally, I have competed in Model United Nations debate since high school, and am continuing with the activity at Georgetown..."
Stephanie "I tutored my first student almost ten years ago, and I enjoy working with all age brackets! My specialties are Math and Writing, but I have experience in just about everything.."
Erin "...I have been tutoring all through High School and College in an extremely wide range of subjects in Math. From Algebra I to higher level college Math, I am always excited to help students learn to love the Math they are studying and gain confidence in their abilities. I would hope that, in addition to getting the right answer, my students would learn how to arrive at the answer and fully grasp the concept behind it..."
Dane "...I have tutored students before for SAT prep and have experience with teaching anatomy. I also taught tennis for five years which is where I gained most of my skills in teaching. I really enjoy teaching and I find it extremely rewarding. I love working with students to help them grasp new concepts..."
stetson university - Current Grad Student, biochemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Current Grad Student, MD
Maryanne "...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..."
Hannah "...Nearly a decade later, I have experience working with students age 8 to 45, mostly in Science, Math and Spanish. 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..."
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - BS, Nutrition
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - MPH/RD, Public Health Nutrition
Mike "...Mathematical coursework includes Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus II, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations, and Statistics for Engineering Majors. Additionally, my Mechanical Engineering coursework has required the consistent use of multivariable calculus and complex algebraic analysis. I have found that my skills have grown extensively through these courses, as I apply my mathematical knowledge each and every day of my studies..."
The Johns Hopkins University - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering
Michelle "...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. I have tutored 4th graders in Math and Reading and followed one English Language Learner through 1st and 2nd grade..."