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Haley A. ...Throughout my college experience, I was a double major (math and political science) and varsity athlete with extracurricular activities and a part-time job. I learned that the best way to juggle everything successfully was to stay organized and study efficiently. Now I work hard to make sure that every one of my students can do the same.
20 Subjects: including English, reading, calculus, writing
Silver Spring, MD
Lisa V. ...I am in the Meyerhoff Scholars program as a Biochemistry major. I have tutored in high school before. I tutored students that needed help with algebra or pre- algebra, geometry,and chemistry.
2 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra
Greenbelt, MD
Rodica U. ...Then I decided to take a break to raise my children. During that time I often volunteered in schools and enjoyed being in the classroom, sharing with students, helping them learn. I decided to change careers and become a teacher, playing thus an active role in students' development and doing something that I truly enjoy.
1 Subject: Romanian
Chevy Chase, MD
Teddy O. ...Got Shakespeare problems? I used to, till I found SCANSION!!! (now in regular or large economy size)I've been an au pair (with homework help), taught people of all ages to dance, sing, improve their speaking and singing voices and put on plays. My first job after college was directing "Junior Theater", a program sponsored by the Ann Arbor public schools.
19 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, public speaking
Washington, DC
Charles M. ...Each time the student came to an item he/she did not understand, we would stop while I explained. Then I had the student explain it back to me. Prior to becoming a trainer I worked for sixteen years in financial services as a stock and bond broker and later as a Vice President.
9 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Washington, DC

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