...I took Calculus courses in college as part of the civil engineering degree that I earned. While working as a civil engineer for 33 years, I applied my calculus skills to solve many practical problems. I scored well in the Calculus Section of the PRAXIS II Mathematics Content Knowledge Test and scored 100% on the WyzAnt Algebra II test.
Laurel, MDView Tutor
...I have been a GED teacher for 2 years, a tutor on WyzAnt for 2+ years and have successfully taught students in taking the SAT and GED. I have 6 students taught by me who have earned their GEDs and have raised the scores of 3 students in their SATs. I have been playing chess for most of my life and have been able to teach people on the fly.
Columbia, MDView Tutor
...Prior to attending Harvard Law School, I attended the University of Maryland, where I studied Psychology. At the University of Maryland, I was employed as a tutor for the Athletic Department. This position involved me tutoring the student-athletes on campus in a variety of subjects, including English, Poetry, African American Studies courses, Sociology, and many others.
Crownsville, MDView Tutor
...I entered college with 52 credits from AP exams that I had passed. Because of this, I was able to finish my undergraduate degree in three years. I then entered a one year rigorous Master's program at the College of William and Mary.
Glen Burnie, MDView Tutor
...Once finished with my schooling and requisite tests, I began my teaching career at Colonial Forge High School in Stafford, VA in 2008. For five years, I taught a variety of levels of World History II (Renaissance-present day), AP Microeconomics, and AP Macroeconomics. In 2013, I began working at W.T.
Annandale, VAView Tutor