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Yu L. ...I have had almost a decade of tutoring experience in a variety of subjects and I've improved their grades by an average of a letter grade. My talent is taking apart complicated systems and breaking it down into easy-to-explain, simple parts. I enjoy tutoring and working with students, and from experience I understand that different students have different needs.
24 Subjects: including biochemistry, physical science, biostatistics, reading
Potomac, MD
Esther O. ...I have degrees in Molecular Biology and Bio-chemistry. I am passionate about teaching, a career I have enjoyed for over 15 years now with awards and recognition of excellence and dedication. 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.
5 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biostatistics
Bladensburg, 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
Daniel Z. ...I have a graduate degree in plant evolutionary biology, but I am comfortable tutoring high school and college-level general biology. Also, if you are interested in learning about botany (basics of plant identification, for example), let me know! I am not a certified Spanish teacher, but that is...
13 Subjects: including botany, photography, genetics, ecology
Washington, DC
Dr. Scott S. ...Doctorate in psychology, 2004. Lincensed in DC, MD, VA since 2006. Assessment doesn't have to be a mystery.
1 Subject: psychology
Washington, DC

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