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Radim D. ...Moreover, I have a comparative and international appreciation of the field, which allows me to see it in a wider context. As an educator, I teach introductory political science courses, and through my Editorships, have worked primarily with students of political science and international relations. It is a field I am perhaps the most comfortable with in terms of its substance.
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Arlington, VA
David S. ...I am thoroughly familiar with the hardships of academia and studying methods. I have had 30 credits in math, and 6 graduate credits in statistics. One valuable graduate class I took was problem solving in mathematics education.
15 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
Bethesda, MD
Sarah A. ...I look forward to working with students and helping them excel. I love tutoring because I get to help students and show them what they are capable of. Can't wait to start!
7 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, algebra 2
Washington, DC
Frank S. ...While working full time, I earned an MBA from George Washington University, with an emphasis in Human Resources Management. I have been married almost 44 years. My wife is a naturalized US citizen who is originally from Paris, France.
4 Subjects: including writing, ESL/ESOL, world history, American history
Washington, DC
Fuad S. Whether you are a new Arabic learner, experienced student, a traveler or business executive headed to the Arab world, or a heritage speaker looking to practice conversation or reading, I can help. I am a native speaker of Arabic offering private tutoring sessions in the Washington DC Metro area and...
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Washington, DC

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