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Washington, DCView Tutor
...I have 4 years' experience tutoring in undergraduate finance and algebra, and my work has furthered my personal education in many aspects of finance, economics, mathematics, and relationship management. In my spare time I am an avid runner and enjoy playing basketball. My tutoring style is tailored to fit the needs of the student.
Chevy Chase, MDView Tutor
...I try to make my sessions as engaging as possible, using games, real world examples, and mnemonics to help my students learn. I have found that these strategies really help students retain, and more importantly, understand concepts. Feel free to message me with any questions or concerns.
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I also took four advanced math courses in College. I have been tutoring students in Trigonometry for over 15 years. I have a PhD in chemistry from the University of Virginia and worked as a synthetic organic chemist.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...I teach the ABeka phonics charts to kindergarten and first and second grade students. I teach the sounds of the letters of the alphabet as well as blends, digraphs, and diphthongs using workbooks, games, and flash cards. The student and I work as a team to overcome the difficulties and reach new goals.
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