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Lori R. ...She is comfortable teaching biology to both high school and college students. Lori's deep understanding of biology was established through her graduate studies at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution. Her friendly, supportive teaching style was developed while working at the Maryland Science Center and local independent high schools.
16 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, geometry, biology
Baltimore, MD
Nirvan S. ...Not only that, I'm very good at learning new things as necessary; if someone asks me a question about something I don't know, I can usually figure it out pretty quick. In science, I have a strong background in biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics. I'm very well qualified to tutor in these subjects because I really understand them.
31 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, calculus, physics
Baltimore, MD
Louis C. ...At the University of Maryland College Park, my undergraduate degree was in biochemistry, a subject that requires quite a bit of applied organic chemistry knowledge. During my junior year, a professor at the University of Maryland hired me as a teaching assistant for the lecture portion of his Or...
14 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Baltimore, MD
Alpheus B. Easy going tutorial methods that makes learning fun for students. Students will learn using the 'Discovery Method' utilizing; question and answer sessions, free confidential discussions of weaknesses, step-by-step guidelines to problem solving, and directional guidance to find information to discov...
22 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, statistics, geometry
Baltimore, MD
David W. ...I was a Teacher's Assistant for my university's Introduction to Programming in Java course for three and a half years, and ran a local volunteer tutoring service while I was in High School. I firmly believe that there are two requirements for learning: hard work and a reason. Your reason to learn can be anything.
15 Subjects: including SAT math, algebra 1, finance, algebra 2
Baltimore, MD

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