Award-Winning Tutors in Washington, DC
Brian I am an attorney with a background in finance and economics and an interest in history and political science. Throughout my academic career, I worked with a variety of students and enjoyed helping them master subject matter and prepare for tests. I look forward to helping students in the greater Washington area.
Rufus ...I am an active CPA (Certified Public Accountant) candidate who has successfully passed all four sections of the uniform CPA exam. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Accounting and other business related subjects. I have excelled in financial accounting, intermediate accounting, advanced accounting, tax accounting, accounting information systems, auditing, and government and not for profit accounting. In my experience with helping struggling students, I believe that I have...
Timothy I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in '11 after which I spent 6 months in South Korea teaching English to middle and elementary students. Currently, I am a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County primarily doing research but also tutoring undergraduates.
Johns Hopkins University - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland-Baltimore County - Current Grad Student, Mechanical Engineering
Sarah My motivation for teaching and tutoring is to help each individual child reach their own maximum potential. I worked as a teacher for seven years and have recently started my doctoral program in Special Education at George Washington University.
Tirsit ...subjects focused on the life sciences particularly biochemistry, molecular biology, cellular biology, and evolutionary biology. These are my favorite subjects because I have a passion for experiencing nature, and I believe that studying the life sciences helps to attain a better understanding of nature and our experiences. I am passionate about helping students as a tutor because I believe that students should be encouraged to flourish academically based on their own learning styles instead of...
Madhuri ...extra practice, giving lessons, enrichment or preparing for quizzes. I am an M.S in Mathematics and specialized in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus AB and BC, Finite Mathematics, Differential Equations, SAT and ACT test prep. My approach towards tutoring is customized learning as I try to figure out the weak points of the student and work on those points in a way to make them feel interest in the topic, like applying...
Government college for women India - Bachelors, Math ,Physics ,Chemistry
Government College for Women India - Masters, Mathematics
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. I am a hard science geek who loves to read, and I want to help students learn to love all subjects and succeed at them too.
St. John's College - BA, Liberal Arts
University of Maryland - BS, Physics
Rachel ...every bit a part of the independent learning process. It's cliche, but I do believe there are no questions that should not be asked, and that the unexamined life is not worth living. To me, the quest for knowledge reigns supreme, and the wisdom (along with good grades on assignments and exams at school) are icing on the cake and indicative of a successful inquiry process. Aiding my students in their quest for knowledge and...
Bard College - BA, Environmental studies; Russian & Eurasian Studies
Monterey Institute of International Studies - MA; MBA, MA-International Environmental Policy; MBA- International Business Administration
Maureen ...fields and teaching. The two must go hand-in-hand to improve technology education for all. My research and teaching interests have been fostered by many years of working at Oracle Corporation. At Oracle, I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to provide teaching seminars on various areas information technology, database design and management. As a graduate student at Capella University, I mentored young girls by showing them the career possibilities of engineers and scientists. My...
Aaron ...Math is my passion, though. I know, however, that math is not always a favorite of others. I'm good at making math understandable, in breaking it down to a simple form so that it's easier to comprehend. But teaching isn't about just teaching a subject. It's about connecting, about relating to the individual. So I strive to connect with my students on a personal level. When I'm not in the classroom, I'm probably spending time...
University of Nebraska - Lincoln - BS, Elementary Education
State Certified Teacher