...I have a lot of experience tutoring kids, and my youth allows me to come up with new ways to keep kids' attention and relate the concepts to them as clearly as possible. I have a degree in Electrical Engineering with experience in multiple disciplines. I have worked in photonics, photovoltaics, circuit design, energy, and MEMS.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...My experience comes from working in the US and Europe for over 20 years. I have successfully helped individuals (students and professionals), small and big companies and non-profit organizations. I have lived part of my childhood in Greece, and completed my middle school education in Athens.
Bethesda, MDView Tutor
I work as a professional economist, where I utilize econometric models and concepts regularly using both STATA and Excel. I have also had extensive coursework in econometrics and used econometrics in research papers in both college and graduate school. I received an A in college-level linear algeb...
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I have also taught Physics and Electrical Engineering courses for both undergraduate and graduate students. These courses involved solving differential equations related to applications in physics and electrical engineering. As an undergraduate student in Electrical Engineering and Physics and as a graduate student, I took courses in mathematical methods for physics and engineering.
Gaithersburg, MDView Tutor
Part of what I do is help students leverage the limitations of the exam to their advantage. This is done because I know how these test questions are created and written as well as some of the limitations put on the questions. For example, the Pythagorean theorem is fair game on the SAT (x^2 + y^2 = z^2), and this can be a computational and time intensive problem.
Washington, DCView Tutor