Award-Winning SAT Verbal Tutors in Washington, DC
Koki "...after graduating from Brown University with a B.S. in Chemical Biology. While in college, I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for both introductory and upper-level biochemistry courses, which I truly enjoyed. By using the insights I have gained through my experience as a teaching assistant, I would love to help students out by facilitating their learning process..."
Adam "...In high school I tutored some younger students in math and in SAT prep, and in college I did a little private tutoring for the LSAT. I most enjoy tutoring in reading comprehension for the SATs and LSAT and believe I have some techniques that can help anyone improve their scores. In my spare time I enjoy playing pickup basketball games and some video games..."
Juliana "...After school, I moved to China and taught ESL to all ages as a teacher and private tutor. My classes were always designed to maximize variety and engagement so that students could not only have fun but also practice using the skills they needed. When I worked as a news editor at a radio station in China, it was my job to coach reporters on their writing and grammar..."
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..."
Bryann "...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. During the week, I research economics and public policy..."
Matthew "...Studying across cultures provides insight into our common humanity, and likewise, exploring different eras in history makes it clear that many timeless themes unite people of all eras. Historians the use physical sciences, economics, linguistics, literature and other subject areas to analyze various aspects of civilization. Each era and region has a particular charm..."
George Mason Univeristy - BA, History
Timothy "...As an older brother, former babysitter, and camp counselor, I have always enjoyed working with children of all ages. It was my own youthful fascination with the natural world which led me to study science - the kid in me is what helps me connect with children. I place an emphasis on giving each child the tools they need to figure things out for themselves, especially for math and hard sciences such as chemistry. When students learn the correct way to approach problems, they learn not only their subject, but they learn "how to learn"..."
Tiyata "... As one of the first members of my family to earn a college degree, I had very few mentors and went about the process blindly. 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..."
Julie "...in Museum Studies. My undergraduate degree is from Denison University, where I majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. While pursuing my Master's degree, I spent a lot of time working at many of the area's museums learning about collections, exhibits and successful strategies for engaging and educating visitors! Biology is one of my passions, and I would love to be able to help students grow their understanding and excitement for the subject in a one-on-one, individualized setting. I am able to tutor a variety of Biology subjects as well as test preparation in Reading, Writing, English and Science..."
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..."