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A photo of Tiyata who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"... I try to provide my own problems for my students to help them get used to the skill. I also like to help my students think of shortcuts for each skill. I like to show multiple ways to solve the problems so students have a wide range of options to choose from..."

My Education

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

Tutoring Subjects:

Math, Other, SAT, GED and 24 other subjects.
A photo of Cary who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"... While in college at the University of Virginia, I tutored international teaching assistants, 100 and 200-level French students, and 9th grade English students at a local high school. I have also given informal counseling to law school applicants. I am a people person who can put students at ease and give them the confidence to approach their studies in new and creative ways..."

My Education

  • University of Virginia - BA, English
  • Harvard Law School - JD, n/a

Tutoring Subjects:

LSAT, Arithmetic, ACT English, History and 43 other subjects.
A photo of Taylor  who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"...In my free time, I like to write stories so I am always looking for an excuse to help students with their own writing. I love to read, so I also enjoy helping students develop arguments about literature. I believe in encouraging students to take responsibility for their own education..."

My Education

  • Dickinson College - BA, English
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Literature, AP English Literature and Composition, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics and 6 other subjects.
A photo of Steve who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"...Always inquisitive, I find that those topics are so logical and amazing because they can explain everything around us. During college, I was a teaching assistant for General Chemistry and also tutored Physiology. Having taught in classes with several hundred students, I have worked with diverse groups of individuals, each with their own unique ways of learning..."

My Education

  • University of Texas - Austin - BS, BS, Biology Honors & Biochemistry Honors

Tutoring Subjects:

Math, Anatomy, AP Chemistry, Science and 17 other subjects.
A photo of Evelyn who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"...Lastly, I have been studying classical piano for more than fifteen years. I am able to teach Music Theory on any level as well as Music History if needed. My teaching philosophy bases itself on the need for critical thinking..."

My Education

  • University of Pittsburgh - BA, BA, Certificate , Spanish, Music, Latin American Studies

Tutoring Subjects:

English, Spanish, Essay Editing, Music and 6 other subjects.
A photo of Joseph who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"...Since that time, I've written a book and numerous articles and essays on various American writers, and I've worked with hundreds of students on improving their critical reading and writing. As a tutor, I will help you gain confidence, clarity, and organization in your writing and oral communication, while always pushing you to the *why* of your reading and writing. While working on whatever assignments or projects need help, I'll help you develop critical thinking and writing, strong methods for close reading and rereading, different writing and researching strategies, and various tools to help you improve and self-assess your work..."

My Education

  • University of Delaware - BA, English & Women's Studies
  • George Washington University - PhD, English
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

Literature, Grammar and Mechanics, English, Essay Editing and 3 other subjects.
A photo of Kasey who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"As a tutor, I hope to share not only my knowledge but also the love of learning that my teachers instilled in me as a student. I have personally experienced the difference individual attention can have on a student; seeing teachers sit down and explain a subject to someone who is having difficulties is inspiring! In college, I would get excited not just about learning, but about conquering a subject after having a conversation with one of my professors about a class. Individual attention has such an impact because it allows teachers and tutors to personalize a subject and address the unique needs of the student..."

My Education

  • The State University of New York - Geneseo - BA, Political Science

Tutoring Subjects:

Literature, English, Essay Editing, Phonics and 7 other subjects.
A photo of William who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"My first introduction to tutoring was in a year off between high school and college. I tutored SAT prep, a subject that causes ire in the eyes of many a college applicant, but was honestly one of the more "fun" parts of my application. It was great to see how my students could eventually come around to seeing standardized tests as a puzzle, rather than a chore..."

My Education

  • Amherst College - BA, Biochemistry and Biophysics

Tutoring Subjects:

MCAT Verbal Reasoning, Algebra, Science, Physics and 15 other subjects.
A photo of Bryan who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"I currently work as a Budget Analyst for the Social Security Administration. I love my job because the art of Federal budgeting lies in taking complex mathematical analysis and explaining and presenting it in a quick and easily understood manner. I also love teaching and have a wide range of experience tutoring different ages and subject matters. I worked for several years as a private tutor for SAT preparation before branching out to tutor individual subjects..."

My Education

  • Franklin & Marshall College - BA, Government
  • UMBC - MPP, Public Policy

Tutoring Subjects:

Reading, Pre-Calculus, Economics, Accounting and 42 other subjects.
A photo of Marcela who is one of our tutors in Washington DC
"...This was hard because every student had different needs and learned at a different speed, but with time and practice I learned to find a balance between the general and the particular needs. I never imagined myself as a teacher, but I had such a great experience as an Italian AT that in 2012 I designed and led a creative writing workshop (in Spanish) and a choreography workshop in an indigenous village between Venezuela and Brazil. As I said before, languages are essential for understanding the world that we live in, and that is the reason why Spanish, French, and Italian are my favorite subjects to tutor..."

My Education

  • Kenyon College - BA, Political Science, Modern Languages

Tutoring Subjects:

AP Spanish Literature and Culture, Spanish 1, European History, Spanish and 21 other subjects.
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