...I have been playing chess for most of my life and have been able to teach people on the fly. I am an active participant on gameknot.com which I have been playing for over 5 years. I just tutored my first student in chess and it went quite smoothly!
Columbia, MDView Tutor
...I am a mother of two and have 10 years experience tutoring children of all ages. I have lots of patience and love working with kids. Nothing makes me sadder than hearing "I hate math".
Rockville, MDView Tutor
Hello I am Serge Nameni, B.S. in Mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park (Class of May 2009). I've been teaching math/physics/chemistry to students since 2006. I am naturally curious and enjoy explaining things that I have learned about. I was always good at math, from elementary through college.
Washington, DCView Tutor
I have spent the past year settling in having moved from London, England having joined my family including 3 grandchildren. I am now ready to start work again! I have taught math since 1990 both in schools and at home. (Before that I taught PE) I was an assistant headteacher (vice principal) in a school for 11-16 year olds.
Bowie, MDView Tutor
...While some struggle to highlight the key topics and importance of trig, physics is actually a very useful tool for explaining the concepts that is not taken advantage of enough in math courses. Differential Equations was the first mathematics course I completed in college. The course was challenging, but very useful for my studies in physics.
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