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Amy L. ...I played in high school and in college. I am patient and can help with dribbling, passing, and shooting. I love to cook and baking in particular, I can make cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and other treats.
32 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
Rockville, MD
Esther O. ...I have also been scoring AP biology each year consistently since 2004 for the College Board, an exercise I thoroughly enjoy and look forward to each year. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you reach potentials and achieve success and excellence.I took Biostatistics at both undergrad...
5 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biostatistics
Bladensburg, MD
Dr. Tina B. ...With extensive educational and experienced teaching backgrounds, I can help you or your child. Having taught in the public schools and tutored for over 11 years in mainstreamed classrooms and individually with students having special needs, my use of research-based information and a goal-oriented plan of action ensures positive results! I LOVE ANIMALS!
64 Subjects: including physical science, sociology, organic chemistry, philosophy
Brandywine, MD
Ashley S. I enjoy teaching others in a manner that is suitable to their learning style so that they may grasp difficult concepts in a way the individual understands. I have taught in a university setting as a laboratory teaching assistant or discussion leader for 5 years. My expertise is mostly in general chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and algebra as it is applied to the sciences.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 1
Silver Spring, MD
Camron K. ...I graduated from Juniata College with a B.S. in Biology. My upper level coursework included a course in Comparative Anatomy. This course also had a laboratory component and provided me with both academic and hands on experience in the similarities and differences between the anatomical structures and systems of mammals, osteichtyes, testudines, and aves.
20 Subjects: including biology, calculus, chemistry, precalculus
Silver Spring, MD

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