...Experience: Private Tutor: 1300+ hours, mostly with math students within the MCPS math curriculum including 2.0. Physics Teaching Assistant: 5 years, undergrad and grad level. Adjunct Professor: Precalculus I + II (MA 143, MA 153), College Algebra (MA 141) Calculus I + II (MA 181, MA 182) Currently scheduled to teach Fundamentals of Physics in the spring of 2016.
Rockville, MDView Tutor
...My goal is to make biochemistry a fun and enjoyable experience. For more info on how I approach biochemistry, see Oly's feedback on my feedback page. I was a competitive swimmer for 16 years, swimming on a team from the age of 6 all the way through 4 years of NCAA in college.
Derwood, MDView Tutor
...I try to explain concepts using down-to-earth terms and examples with visual aids whenever possible. My goal is to make the individual topics not only easy to understand but also intuitive to the point that my students can do more complex problems without much more effort. My specialty is in math, but I tutor science and economics as well and provide standardized test preparation.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
I have a B.S. in physics, math, and music and graduated summa cum laude from North Dakota State University. I was an in-class learning assistant in introductory physics classrooms where I helped teach and lead peer-to-peer discussion groups. As a part of that position, I have also held office hours and study sessions.
Hyattsville, MDView Tutor
...I like to first focus on understanding the concepts. Too often, students understand the mechanics of solving the problems but not the physical laws (like Newton's laws) behind them. Once the student has a solid foundation, it's time to do problems - lots of them.
Fairfax, VAView Tutor