Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Washington, DC
ManHua "...After graduation, I plan on taking a gap year to further gain research experience before pursing graduate school for a PhD in Neuroscience. Outside of academia, I play as handler for the GMU Women's Ultimate Frisbee team and enjoy crafting and DIY. I tutor a variety of science and math subjects but I am most passionate about biology and neuroscience..."
Christie "... I think that is really important because it is very hard for a visual learner to learn from just listening. I also engage the student in learning. For example, having them label a diagram that I have just talked about..."
Scott "...I will also sometimes administer a practice test with the actual number of questions and the time limit they are given to mimic the conditions of the actual test. For subject matter lessons, I ask my students to provide me with a copy of their syllabus or something similar so that I can get an idea of what the class entails. From this, I am able to tell the student what they need to read and complete for each week so that they can stay on schedule..."
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - BS, Psychology
University of Baltimore - MS, Applied Psychology
Linus "I do not fit in stereotypical academic categories. I was a humanities focused liberal arts major, a graduate of the Great Books program at St. John's College. But there I rediscovered a love of math and science which has led me to pursue Physics..."
St. John's College - BA, Liberal Arts
University of Maryland - BS, Physics
Brooke "...For me, tutoring is an opportunity to help an individual knock down barriers standing in their way. I believe a tutor that connects with their student, creates a comfortable environment and demonstrates patience sets the stage for successful outcomes. My goal is not to replicate a classroom, but rather to create a space specific to the individual where they can tackle subjects that have challenged them and build confidence that is lasting..."
Lakashia "...I have over fifteen years of tutoring. I have been tutoring since high school. I love it when my student have the."aha" moment, then they will truly connect with the material.I love to cook, sing and run..."
New Jersey Institute of Technology - BS, Engineering
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - MPH, Public Health
Jorjetta "...I received my Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry with a focus in medicine . I have extensive experience tutoring college students and elementary, middle, and high school children. In addition, I have tutored in after school science programs for schools in areas below the poverty line..."
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..."
Jacqueline "...In my undergrad work I student taught and all of my electives were education based. This led to a passion for higher education and I now work in an Admission Office. I began volunteer tutoring younger students in high school and have loved it every since..."
Matt "I am a graduate of Dickinson College with a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. I currently work as Research Specialist in a Traumatic Brain Injury Research lab at the University of Pennsylvania and plan to remain there until attending Medical School in the Fall of 2014. In my spare time I enjoy swimming, golfing, skiing and most other outdoor activities..."