One of Top 100 Wyzant Tutors of 2015 As a former chemist for the Justice Department, the U.S. Air Force, Biospherics, and AT&T as well as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Drew University, I would very much enjoy tutoring any student having difficulty with the concepts in their chemistry, including AP ...
Bowie, MDView Tutor
...It's also just as important to learn the language of mathematics, so we are prepared to communicate the higher, more abstract concepts in algebra. Java was the first programming language I really got involved in. I feel it's currently my strongest language, and it's also the language I use for most of my personal programming projects.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I don't make any extra work for students (unless requested), as I find most of them bogged down already. I simply help students understand what they are currently working on in school and then fill in the gaps in their knowledge. When a student doesn't understand something, I go back to what they do understand and build on that.
Frederick, MDView Tutor
...I took Precalculus in high school and received an A. I also took several Calculus courses in college. I have been tutoring students in Precalculus for over 15 years.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...My mother was a math teacher, and inspired me to excel in all of my courses. My tutoring approach emphasizes real-world examples and visualization techniques to help students relate to problems. My formal training is in Electrical Engineering, with an earlier major in mechanical engineering.
Annapolis, MDView Tutor