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Ruth S. ...Although each individual learns differently and faces a wide variety of challenges when tackling a new subject, basic time management and study skills help the student to overcome those challenges one step at a time. Many students are struggling because they are overwhelmed by increasing amounts...
30 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, ESL/ESOL
Falls Church, VA
Seyed Kaveh M. ...Also it is very important to encourage the student by letting them know how much they know instead of pointing out their weaknesses. I have helped, on more than one occasion, students who were struggling badly in their math courses but in the end they got a very well deserved grade. It is my hope to be able to help more students achieve high grades in their math courses.
27 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Chevy Chase, MD
Leah C. ...I have tutored Algebra II both in-person and online. I have a strong interest in the life sciences and earned a minor in Biology from Loyola College. I majored in Engineering in college, so Calculus was something I used on a daily basis for 4 years.
31 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Columbia, MD
Josh D. ...Finally, I have a wealth of experience in working with youth through mentoring programs, as well as international education in Southeast Asia. I have a passion for working with students ranging from middle school through university. I try to make sessions as enjoyable as possible, especially since I am in my mid-twenties and can distinctly remember being in your shoes not too long ago!
29 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, GRE
Washington, DC
Loren L. ...I have presented lectures in diverse settings on a great variation of topics. My minor for my Bachelor of Arts is in Sociology. My Master's Degree in Criminology had an emphasis in Sociology as evidenced by 12 credits or four graduate level courses to include two Sociological Theory classes.
19 Subjects: including statistics, reading, public speaking, elementary (k-6th)
Arlington, VA

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